WOW! I made these muffins with a few additions. I tripled the recipe (for a large family function) and used 4 cups of berries; an even mixture of blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. Once the batter was all mixed, I filled the muffin cups 1/3 full and put a dip in the middle which I filled with a teaspoon of cranberry cherry pie filling. Then, I put another 1/3 over the pie filling making sure to seal the filling in the batter. I only doubled the crumb topping and still found it to be too much. Next time I'll only make one recipe of the topping. These muffins are absolutely scrumptious!!! If you've ever tried Tim Horton's fruit explosion muffins (my all-time favorite muffin) these are very comparable. MMMM, incredible! Next time I think I'll try a similar version with apples, apricots, blueberries, and blueberry pie filling. I didn't have to adjust temperature or bake time, they turned out perfect. Making sure the filling is sealed in the batter is very important, otherwise the muffins will sink into the filling (only one of the muffins did this thankfully).
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WOW! I made these muffins with a few additions. I tripled the recipe (for a large family...