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"This is one of the best muffins. They melt in your mouth and my son just loves them."
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2 1/2 teaspoons
I tried this one because there were not any reviews on it yet, plus the ingredients sounded so good. I followed everything as stated except I used low fat vanilla yogurt because it was all I had, and I added extra blueberries. I made them for my husband this morning and sent some with him to his buddy's house. He told me that one said, "What in the world did she put in these? Because I think she added some heaven". And I gave some to my brother & sister-in-law, and they said that they were the best blueberry muffins they had ever had too. So, I would say that this is a keeper :)
Bland flavor even with extra blueberries. I tried to stay with the recipe, but the batter was so thick as others have stated that I ended up adding an extra few tbsp of yogurt until the consistency was right. Also after adding the 1 cup of blueberries it seemed like it was lacking blueberries, so I added an extra 1/2 cup. Maybe my fresh blueberries were just big and fat so 1 cup wasn't enough. They cooked up nicely at 375, but were done in about 17 minutes instead of the 20 recommended. I think I might try with the brown sugar as others have suggested or just try another recipe altogether.
Added notes after eating a few more...
The blandness comes from the muffins not being sweet enough. Funny because when I was putting the 1/4 c of sugar I did a double check thinking was was such a minimal amount for muffins. Will try again with more sugar.
I made these this morning because I had some peach yogurt to use up. They turned out great! I used all brown sugar in mine.
I took the advice of using only brown sugar. I also used strawberry light-and-fit yogurt and substituted vanilla for the almond extract. The muffins were moist and delicious. Everyone enjoyed the muffins.
I substituted I/2 white suger and 1/2 brown suger..skipped the streusal and made 1/2 the batter into bread..lower temp. To 350°...and cook for 30-50 min..I doubled the recipe to get this much batter..very delish..
I will definitely be making this again!
This was my first time ever making blueberry muffins. I decided this one cuz I love the strusel topping. These turned out moist and delicious. They're not overly sweet, the strusel adds a crunchy sweet bit. I followed it directly. I used a mixture of vanilla, strawberry, raspberry and blueberry yogurt (I had cups for lunches not a tub) and I added extra berries. I didn't realize the batter was so thick so I just added extra yogurt to lose it but it also just kept the extra moisture in. I'd recommend this to anyone.
Made a first batch this morning. I used all brown sugar per one review. They are great! Gave away the first batch and made another double batch this afternoon. I used crushed walnuts in one batch, and added 2tbsp raspberry jam to another batch. All great! Moist and just sweet enough. Love the small amt of sugar. Keep for sure.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Blueberry Streusel Muffins
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 110
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