This was a horrible recipe. I am a very experienced baker and I followed this recipe EXACTLY, but the topping sunk into the batter and the muffins looked awful. I have made much better streusel topped muffins before and I definitely won't be trying this one again.
AWESOME !!! Worked Great !
I make a good blueberry muffin but I like trying other recipes for something different or better yet to find the ultimate recipe..I used some frozen berries (2cups) that I picked in my front yard last year..I did not use the 2tblsp sugar on them but did use some flour to coat,so they would separate... I added 1 tblsp of my dried lemon jest in the batter. As I don/t waste peel from oranges or lemons,I dry it on a cookie sheet on low in the oven and store in a sealed container,never have to buy zest...Then I always have it on hand for recipes like this one,that ask for it..I had the egg and 2%milk at room temp..WoW!!!These were great..I really like the topping..I will definitely be making these again..I wrap muffins individually in a sandwich bag then place in a big ziploc to freeze and then I can take one whenever and zap in the microwave 1 minute..Thank U for another great recipe!!
I didn't take note of doubling in separate batches...I changed the number of muffins and used the recipe that came up...I didn't have lemon zest so I put in 1 teaspoon of lemon juice, I only had two cups of blueberries and added less sugar to those. I didn't add the streusel topping but these were the best darn muffins ever!! tyvm for the recipe!
as usual an excellent recipe from this chef..made these just as called for first time and then added a lg. banana crushed & chopped walnuts to batter for second batch..both were excellent..Thanks
I made these with fresh blueberries without the topping. WOW! No more box muffins for me. I used regular muffin tins and got 15 muffins.
These muffins are great, I used strawberries instead and I loved them. I didn't add cinamon to the topping but it was still grate. I regreat I didn't add more topping to my muffins, next time I'll do it. I served them with some strawberry cheese cream made with 8 ounces of cream chesse, 1/2 C. sugar and some strawberries. Beautiful!!! Thanks for the recipe.
I made these with fresh strawberries. Word of caution, do not chop the strawberries in the food processor. They get to mushy. The second time I made them (2x's in the same evening), I prepared the berries by hand. The results were much better. Also, the sugar causes the juice to be released from the berries which makes the batter to thin. I did not add the additional 2 tablespoons of sugar second time around. I did use 1/2 sugar and 1/2 Splenda as well as regular milk when making. The almond extract called for 1/2 to 1 teaspoon and to be safe I used 3/4 teaspoon which was perfect for me. Thanks Kitten:)
Another winning recipe by KITTENCAL! these are so good. I made them in regular muffin tins, and I made these with frozen cranberries instead of blueberries. They really rose nice and high. These are the best muffins!, thank you!!