12 Reviews

If you make these with fresh blueberries and follow the directions they come out delicious!

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Let's Cook Lisa! February 13, 2009

These were good, though they almost overflowed the muffin cups.

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wife2abadge July 02, 2006

I didn't like the texture of this muffins, they're a bit dry. i used canned blueberry filling. I think the baked muffin has an baking powder taste. Needs more sugar and butter. But the muffins domed nicely, though i think i could taste the baking powder in the muffins

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fawn512 July 25, 2005

I probably did something wrong, but the topping mixed up doughy instead of crumbly. Then after it baked it was more caramelized than crumbly. Otherwise, they were fine.

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s.folsom2 September 12, 2004

Yum!! This recipe is definitely a keeper. I needed to use up some blue- berries; so decided to try this. I was leery about using 4 teaspoons of baking powder; but it turned out just perfect. The struesel topping made it extra special and good Thanks for a great recipe, Stephanie. Mary

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cookwan2b July 17, 2004

yummy muffins! Have made several blueberry muffin recipes over the years...this will be my #1. Made with fresh blueberries, almond extract instead of vanilla, mixed the blueberries in the flour mixture first, filled muffin tins full...made 12 mufffins. Thanks Stephanie C

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Mareee July 08, 2004

These were delicious muffins. DH is not a fan of blueberries but he ate four of these and said he would go buy fresh blueberries for me to bake some more. These are not overly sweet and the topping adds a nice cinnamon crunch. I used a regular cup cake pan and got 18 muffins.

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Luby Luby Luby July 06, 2004

I made mini muffins out of this recipe. I got 30 mini muffins. I like this recipe because there is plenty of streusel topping for the muffins. I put a generous amount on each muffin and I still ended up with left over streusel. You can freeze leftover struesel for another time. One hint I got from another recipe was to mix the blueberries in with the flour mixture to prevent them from sinking to the bottom of the muffin.

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Marie Nixon April 24, 2004

I made these and they were terrific. They came out just like I hoped they would, in fact I surprised that I could make muffins that would taste this good (Thanks To You!!!) I used frozen blueberries, I also added a tablespoon full of sour cream, I made them in muffin/cupcake liner cups, it yielded about 15 muffins. Next time I would like to try fresh blueberries. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe!

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chef FIFI March 13, 2004

I made 6 huge muffins, and they are picture perfect, and absolutely delicious..Thanks for the recipe....

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Irene Dinovitz August 04, 2003
Blueberry Streusel Muffins