These muffins were very moist and delicious. I took them on a girls getaway, the girls all loved them and they traveled very well.
schronica Posted: 03/03/10
tluvgolf Posted: 08/07/10
but this one is better- http://www.cooksillustrated.com/recipes/detail.asp?docid=19363- it takes a cup of blueberry with a teaspoon of sugar in a small pan over medium heat and cooks for about 6 minutes mashing the berries this cools and when the batter is in the muffin pans you swirl a teaspoon of this mixture into each muffin and wow does this ever make the blueberry muffin POP.
NutsinNormal Posted: 01/26/09
These were some delicious muffins! The batter is a lot smoother than a traditional muffin, yielding a more cake-like final product. I had a overnight guest who said "I'm not normally a muffin guy, but these are great!". I will definitely make again...
aholmquist Posted: 03/11/11
Very good blueberry muffins and low in fat, relatively. I will reduce the sugar amount to 3/4 cup next time since a little sweet for me. But definitely will make again!
Princessa Posted: 09/20/10
Easy and delicious! I did use 1/2c white flour and 1/2c whole wheat flour. Next time I'll add more blueberries, just personal preference. Healthy, low calorie snack that's yummy!
brandiu7 Posted: 05/10/09
I made a few changes as my husband has een told to watch his sugars. I used ff plain yogurt instead of buttermilk and real eggs. I used 1/2 sugar and 1/2 splenda and 1/2 whole wheat flour and 1/2 white flour. I also had to use frozen blueberries as frest were jut too expensive. There are no leftovers. They were that good.
CookingCrazy Posted: 07/12/11
To tluvgolf I went to the site you suggested for a better blueberry muffin (cooksillustrated) but you have to become a member to get the recipes. Thanks, but there are too many free recipe sites out there to be bothered with cooks illustrated.
mandapooh Posted: 11/05/11
These were good. I made them with half white and half whole wheat flour, and 2 eggs instead of the egg substitute. Next time I'll skip the topping, the muffins don't need it!