Very yummy muffin. I made it with greek yogurt to up the protein. I make muffins for my husband to take to work for breakfast every morning and this is one of his favorites.
Yogurt Streusel Muffins
rtallerico Posted: 01/15/11
bethanyandtim Posted: 01/14/11
Yum!!! The streusel topping isn't really pinchable, so don't worry about that part. Just pop the bowl in the freezer while you prepare the batter, then sprinkle the streusel on & press it into the muffin batter when the cups are full.
5Melissa7 Posted: 05/23/11
Delicious! I used Splenda rather than sugar. For topping, I chopped almonds and walnuts. Very nice together.
Cazanofa Posted: 10/21/11
it's not too bad
lynnyburg Posted: 01/29/12
I used a cup of Greek non-fat plain yogurt. Still turned out fabulous. The batter is super thick but still turned out well.
txsewrn Posted: 04/25/12
Made exactly as written. Very good muffin. Definitely adding to my personal recipe collection.
CHILDERS1 Posted: 06/20/13
These are absolutely delicious! All my kids love the streusel topping. I use a little less sugar in the muffins but cannot tell the difference. These will be added to our collection.
Emalani Posted: 09/22/13
These have great flavor. I altered a number of things in part to reduce the calories and in part because I didn't have any yogurt. I used 1/2 cup reduced fat sour cream and 1/2 cup applesauce. I reduced the sugar to 1/2 cup. Instead of making the streusel as written, I combined 1/4 cup chopped pecans, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, and 1/3 cup brown sugar and sprinkled that on top (I'm sure it's better with the butter, but this was still good!). I cooked them for 23 minutes. They came out great! I'm sure the texture is different than it's meant to be, maybe a bit denser, but with about 50 calories less per muffin, I'm ok with that. Tasted delicious! Will make again!