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Thread: To Die For Blueberry Muffins --with video link

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    To Die For Blueberry Muffins --with video link

    I made these last night and must say, they are --by far--the best blueberry muffins I've ever had. Seriously, and I've had a lot. I was generous with the blueberries.

    There's a hint in the video of how to keep muffins from burning. Good to know!

    https://www.allrecipes.com/video/265...entType=Recipe

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    Going to have to make these, my husband loves Blueberry muffins.

    Thanks for the recipe!
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    Thanks zozee for posting, I have looked at this very recipe and wondered if it turned out the way it looks. I'll give it a try.

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    I printed this recipe and will make it for our breakfast as soon as I finish with the Quilting Board. Thank you.

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    My oven runs 25 degrees hot so I baked at 375 . It took my muffins I think 22-23 minutes to be done.

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    Sounds good! Only thing I would add is- toss the blueberries in flour before adding to batter. It will keep them from sinking

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    Thank you for the recipe. My granddaughters love blueberry muffins and this recipe looks so yummy

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    I right clicked to save the post since I have a husband and a maltipoo that loves BB muffins.

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    Do you think I could use frozen berries....and would this recipe work with other fruits? I have apkg. of frozen blackberries too.Don't know why I bought them...must have been a sale haha!

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    For those who do not have the patience to wait a video out, here's the link to the recipe ....
    https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/68...src=VD_Summary
    Look delicious!



    Does anyone have a recipe they would share for .....

    Lemon Cornmeal Blueberry Muffins?

    It's my all time favourite .... though I have lost the recipe.
    It may have been a Weight Watchers recipe. And maybe not!
    Thanks!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by deeleigh View Post
    Do you think I could use frozen berries....and would this recipe work with other fruits? I have apkg. of frozen blackberries too.Don't know why I bought them...must have been a sale haha!
    Yes indeed ... it shouldn't be a problem.
    Just add them straight from the freezer and do not make any changes to your recipe.
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    I took a gourmet cooking class years ago and the secret ingredient for any type of fruit or vanilla muffins was to use melted quality vanilla ice cream in place of the milk. I love muffins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Onebyone View Post
    I took a gourmet cooking class years ago and the secret ingredient for any type of fruit or vanilla muffins was to use melted quality vanilla ice cream in place of the milk. I love muffins.
    Yum!!! I love vanilla ice cream, so this is a great reason to keep it stocked. LOL

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    OK, four thumbs up! 1 from my Mom, my husband, my sister and me.

    I had no blueberries so chopped up fresh strawberries small and added a cup. They were fantastic. Even better the next day.

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    Four thumbs up, I am not surprised a bit! This recipe is as close to perfect as Iíve ever experienced. Normally I try a baking recipe as written first , then tweak it the next time. This one wonít get a single tweak! Except maybe trying other berries . I used big, juicy, fresh blueberries but Inalso love strawberries and blackberries.

    Quote Originally Posted by Watson View Post
    OK, four thumbs up! 1 from my Mom, my husband, my sister and me.

    I had no blueberries so chopped up fresh strawberries small and added a cup. They were fantastic. Even better the next day.

    Watson
    Last edited by zozee; 03-19-2019 at 12:47 PM.

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    QuiltE hit the nail on the head. Don't thaw the blueberries if you use frozen. I did and I drained and rinsed them. I ended up with purple batter, no crumb topping and flat muffins. They don't look real good but they taste great.

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