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Too-Easy Blueberry Muffins

Blueberry muffins that you can make in minutes!

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Posted by Cindy289 • 6h ago • Report
I just cooked these and all I could taste was the oil.. I don't know what went wrong but I followed the instructions
Posted by Megsie21 • 22d ago • Report
These are quick and easy. Everyone loves them, they never last in my house!
Posted by Jess434 • 16w ago • Report
Made these on a whim and they turned out amazing! Crispy tops and soft, fluffy inside, better then anything you could buy. I only added half the blueberries as that was all I had on hand, but followed the rest of the recipe as it is written. Perfect!
Posted by Jo595 • 16w ago • Report
Cooked these tonight with the kid, oops she misread the ingredients and we put in 1 cup of oil... Added a bit more flour and they turned out okay. Looking forward to trying again with the correct measurements!
Posted by Carole3 • 33w ago • Report
Does anyone know the brand of patty pans Donna is using in this video, I have tried several stores, and cannot find anything resembling them, they look a much better quality than the normal fluted paper ones??
Posted by Helen210 • 44w ago • Report
After watching the video I noticed that the mixture when Donna Hay was making them was very thick so I am guessing that the mixture has to be thick and doesn't need to be diluted. Also after she put all the dry ingredients in the bowl she made a Well in the middle of the dry ingredients and added all the wet ingredients and slowly mixed all the ingedients together and last of all put the frozen blueberries and mixed a bit and then put them in the muffin tin. When they came out of the oven they looked amazing.
Posted by Therese10 • 51w ago • Report
I now make these with low GI sugar (Logicane) and the boys love them! it gives them a more rustic texture than caster sugar and are arguably healthier. They disappear very quickly after I make them! my son, who has always been a lazy breakfast eater, now even has them on his walk to school :) You think the mix is going to be too thick, but they turn out perfectly!
Posted by Kiki • 1y ago • Report
Delicious !!!
I made them with a mix of cherries, blueberries & cranberries! Though, I had to add more milk as the mixture was too thick., They came up fluffy!
Posted by • 1y ago • Report
Amazing muffins...
Posted by • 1y ago • Report
THANK YOU, I just made them and finally the berries did not sink to the bottum and they taste delicious! Dough is verry thick when you mix all the ingredients together, but the result is marvelous!
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