Mad about Blueberry Muffins

Blueberry Muffins

I’m on some sort of “breakfast food” roll at the moment. These were made using my favourite blueberry muffin recipe. In an attempt to make a more healthful version, I tried these with wholemeal flour once, but ended up with really dense muffins. So this time, I stuck to the original tried-and-tested version.

             Blueberry Muffins

I like these muffins best fresh out of the oven because of their crusty tops and moist insides. But the best thing about them is that they are still fluffy and moist after 3 days, even if stored in a not-so-air-tight container - that is if they make it to the 3 day mark. :D

17 Responses to “Mad about Blueberry Muffins”

  1. pofun Says:

    ooh i love the way the blueberry oozes out of the crust =)
    were they fresh berries?

  2. rachel Says:

    great looking muffins! look that those high domes!

  3. small cookie Says:

    Karen, I love the dome on these lovelies.

  4. Karen Says:

    Pofun: Yes, I used fresh blueberries.

    Rachael & Edith: Thanks! That they rise so nicely is another reason why I love these muffins. :)

  5. tommy Says:

    These ones look perfect! I usually get ugly muffins. I use half-and-half for a bit of wholewheat goodness, and a bit of the fluffiness of the white. Don’t really mind slightly denser muffins, for the sake of health.

  6. Aunt HN Says:

    Hi Karen,

    The blueberry muffins are really mouth watering! Would like to order 2 dozens of them for National Day Celebration in August. Will confirm the exact day soon. What other flavours do you have?

  7. Karen Says:

    Tommy: Thanks! I’ve also tried half-and-half previously, but they were still too dense for my liking.

    Auntie HN: Thanks! You could also consider the cranberry with chocolate chunks muffins. They can be found under the Muffins category on the right side of this page.

  8. Vief Says:

    Hmmmm! I just fell in love with this blog, everything looks soooo delicious!

  9. Ian Says:

    Hi, those muffins look lovely!
    Could you send me the recipe please?
    I would to try baking some sometime.

    Thanks!

  10. Karen Says:

    Hi
    Could you please forward me your recipe for the blueberry muffins.
    Kind Regards
    Karen

  11. Tracie Says:

    Hi, Did you know that your blueberry muffin pics are being used commercially by Southern Living magazine in their flash banner promos for subscriptions to their magazine - “Tip to keep blueberries from sinking to the bottom”…the exact picture. Just as an fyi to you. You may see here - right side of the page:
    http://www.myhomeideas.com/idea-houses/favorite-ideas/california-cottage-10000001841329/

  12. Karen Says:

    Hello Tracie,

    Thank you very much for letting me know about the use of my photograph on Southern Living. I will send them an email to let them know that they need to ask for my permission first!

  13. Junie Says:

    Hi Karen

    I have seen so many pictures of muffin from the website, but yours is the best.. it looks so tempting to eat them.

    I have recently picking up baking muffins, would like to try yours. Could you forward the blueberry & cholocate recipes to me?

    Thanks

  14. Leya Says:

    These look amazing! I am have been looking for a recipe for some time now. Can you please send me yours?

    Thanks!!

  15. Tian Says:

    Hi Karen,

    I’ve tried many muffin recipes but can never achieve a nice dome top like the ones we get at cafes here. The only time that worked was when using a cake recipe. would be really great if you could share this recipe. Thanks in advance.

  16. Cat Stone Says:

    I’m dying to try out your blueberry and orange chocolate muffins… could please send me the recipe… my kids won’t eat banana muffins anymore unless they are yours :-)

  17. Rhubarb Recipes Says:

    Just came across your site…these are amazing muffins…and equally amazing photography…I shall add this site to my favourites…thanks for sharing!

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