Craving warm blueberry muffins straight out of the oven? It's easier than you think! We have loads of quick and simple recipes for classic blueberry muffins - what weekend mornings are meant for.
A moist and tender blueberry muffin made with oats and flour. These are lower in fat, too. They last long, but you can also freeze them.
For the health-conscious breakfast eater, this is a great substitute for fattier counterparts. You can use plain flour in place of the wholemeal flour if desired. Other fruits can be substituted as well!
Blueberries are native to North America, and we have fond memories picking them in the wild high in the Appalachian Mountains. The season is as ephemeral as summer itself – you’ll usually only find them fresh in late July – but luckily they freeze well. Since the blueberries explode when cooking, frozen berries (as well as tinned berries) are entirely fine to use, although you won’t get the same intense bursts of caramelised juice that you get when you make them with fresh berries.
Thrown together using spare ingredients I had in the cupboard and freezer! Turned out really well and is now one of our favourites. Moist, yummy breakfast muffins made with wholemeal flour. Low-fat, no added salt, and I use Splenda® granulated sweetener in place of sugar! Great when you want to curb that sweetie craving, and ready in about half an hour (including the washing up! LOL)
These low-fat muffins are so easy to make and absolutely delicious!
Moist and tender polenta muffins sweetened with blueberries. These muffins, made with both flour and cornmeal, aren't too sweet. Perfect for a weekend morning treat, or breakfast on the run.
Really easy, really tasty blueberry muffins and I hope you'll enjoy them as much as we do. Quick and easy to make!
These muffins are moist, tender and very fruity. Blueberries are baked in a batter made with spelt flour. Enjoy for afternoon tea, elevenses or as a snack.
This was the beginning of my Muffin baking. I changed the recipe to suit my tastes and the ingredients I had and they turned out much better than the original recipe.
These tasty muffins are moist, tender and incredibly light. The recipe is also very versatile - you can add anything to these muffins, such as chocolate chips, nuts, raisins and other fresh/frozen fruit.