4 Reviews

Love how juicy the cherries kept in muffin even after two days. Struesel topping is very nice.Smells drove me crazy while baking. I was looking for a no nuts recipe and to use my cherries and this will be a definite repeater as stores here in northern WI sell cherries in huge sealed bags. Used more than two cherries per muffin, baked for less than 30 minutes. Thanks for recipe. Too bad site does not let user eliminate nuts from search.

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WiGal July 20, 2013

I would like to say I have managed to make good cherry muffins and I appreciate it. I would also say though that with this recipe however it isn't perfect. I would recommend that you do not use baking powder in the crumb topping. This threw me off causing it to to rise too much and having a taste of too much baking powder. I baked some today making adjustments by first not adding baking powder to the crumb topping. I also doubled the ingredients on the muffins but not with the crumb topping as I noticed I would have extra if I doubled the crumb topping. It was guide but I had to figure this out a little bit but I hope this helps anyone who may have ran into the same problem. So with that said I give 4 out of 5 stars.

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tmacyao79 July 09, 2016

A moist delicious muffin. I wouldn't change a thing.

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Cindy S. July 21, 2015

Wow, this is my new "go to" recipe for cherry muffins!! I picked sweet Oregon cherries last week, and needed to find a good recipe, besides pie. I gotta say, this one hit the spot. The sugar crumble slightly caramelized, leaving it a little bit chewy and amazingly delicious!! Thank you for posting it.

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crxsue25 July 21, 2015
Cherry Muffin