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|Calories510Calories from Fat150|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Barbara Renkenberger 8 days ago
We loved them. Will use smaller blueberries, not big ones, and will add cinnamon. Made 9 muffins and 6 muffin tops. #1 muffin recipe now.
James Wallace 8 days ago
everyone loved them! we made them with Saskatoon (service) berries instead of blueberries
Viktoriia Davis 17 days ago
Very soft and succulent
Duzog Duzog a month ago
Awesome! I as always reduced the quantity of sugar (used 1/4 cup). I used plain greek yogurt. It was easy to make and a hit with my family. I will definitely make it again.
Connie Lukowski 2 months ago
These were awesome. The sour cream makes them moist and yummy. I will decrease the blueberries to one cup next time though.
Judy Fischer 3 months ago
Fantastic texture and flavor
Jessica L. 3 months ago
Fabulous. I added sour cream
Juliet R. 3 months ago
Delicious...my favourite blueberry muffins
Connie H. 3 months ago
I made these and followed the directions completely. And they turned out great! Good and easy recipe. Will definitely make these sgain.
Ivis 4 months ago
A bit to dense for my family’s taste, we like a more fluffy muffin.
Elena P. 4 months ago
I modified a bit the recipe according to what I had in my kitchen. Instead of yogurt I put coconut milk, flour was half coconut flour - half all purpose, used raw cane sugar only. Also added vanilla. Turner out perfect indeed. Lemon zest adds that special flavor too.
Deb 5 months ago
Delicious! Just the right amount of sweetness.
Hi 5 months ago
They were light and fluffy - not too sweet which is how I like them. I will try this recipe with chocolate chips instead of the blueberries and see how they turn out
Bee B. 6 months ago
I have made this several times already. This is my go to blueberry muffin recipe. So much better than Starbucks and Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf muffins.
Thorpe 6 months ago
The texture of the muffin was soft and fluffy but I would add a bit more sugar and more blueberries.
TRIGGER18 6 months ago
excellent 👍, used sour cream.
Scott 6 months ago
I have made these numerous times in the last few months and they have turned out fantastic! They are very easy to make, to me they are a bit better using frozen blueberries. I have also added one banana along with the blueberries on one occasion, and that was excellent as well. Can’t go wrong with this recipe!
England79 7 months ago
They looked ugly but tasted delicious! I would absolutely make this again.
Kiwi Fruit 8 months ago
They were ok. All my family loved them. I didn’t so much but I don’t really like blueberries......
Alan B. 8 months ago
These tasted great! Thanks.
Merihan Maged 8 months ago
Amazing, everyone loved them.
Yummly User 8 months ago
awesome. My husband loves them.
Testa 9 months ago
These were the perfect blueberry muffins receipe. Don’t be afraid that the battery is like cookie dough like she says. The blueberries hold up they don’t float down and it’s still light and fluffy. Thank you for this and sharing with all of us.
Carly L. 9 months ago
Perfectly moist and tasty with the lemon zest
Jacob Hundt 10 months ago
Delightful. Used orange rather than lemon zest
Biggs a year ago
I had to make it as salt free as possible so it was a little lacking in flavor but still good I think I’ll add some cinnamon to the batter next time to spice it up a bit I used sour cream and was really impressed I wouldn’t add quite so many blue berries next time
Karin Z. a year ago
Great! But I doubled it and used 3 cups blueberries, 1/2 cup sunflower oil, half wheat and half white flour, half Greek plain yogurt and half rice milk and only 3/4 cup sugar I wouldn’t change a thing. Hubby said they were perfect!
Jennie R. a year ago
Excellent!!! I doubled the recipe and made big muffins!!
Mash Monday M. a year ago
Quirky but good Text
Viktoria Wunder a year ago
Ok, but the texture is not as thick as I‘d hoped (seeing the pictures of the recipe‘s final product). You might have to add some flour and, as I was using yoghurt, try to do them with sour cream.