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Twice the milk makes a fantastic blueberry cake! I accidentally used twice as much milk, so I poured it into a pan and baked for 20 min, hoping for the best. Out came the most delicious blueberry cake I've ever had.

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caneelbay July 02, 2010

These are very good and quite unique. Not really a muffin. By utilizing the creaming method then alternating the flour and milk they are really a yellow cup cake with blueberries.

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Steve_G September 09, 2003

Oh my....heaven! These mildly sweet and moist muffins are better than the ones that are sold at the local coffee store! You should have heard us ooohhing and aahhhing while we ate these this morning for breakfast. I baked the muffins for 25 minutes and the only thing that I did differently is that I topped the muffins with a generous sprinkle of sugar in the raw. This is the best recipe that I've tried so far from Recipezaar!

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beckas February 23, 2003

I made a half recipe because I didn't have the full amount of blueberries that was called for. I also used another chef's recommendation for a struesel topping - * 1/4 cup all-purpose flour * 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon * 1/4 cup firmly packed light brown sugar * 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, slightly softened. The muffins were very good.

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Marie Nixon July 18, 2010

I have made this recipe so many times I can't even count. I always halve the recipe and the muffins turn out perfect! I agree with the others who say they taste more like a blueberry cupcake instead of a muffin, but, hey, I'm not complaining. :) I have also used chocolate chips instead of blueberries and those are great as well, in fact my sons like the chocolate chip muffins better.

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michelles3boys August 09, 2010

This was a very good recipe. If using frozen blueberries, make sure they are thawed!

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Momma Splan April 05, 2011

I made these a few days ago, 5 stars doesn't seem like enough. The batter was very thick but the results were pretty near to being awesome. I would suggest using frozen berries, otherswise they smashed up and the results weren't as good. Great recipe thanks.

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Chef Paladin January 17, 2009

I totally suck at baking, but with this recipe I'm a rock star! Thanks for sharing this so even someone as inept at baking as I can finally turn out a great tasting muffin! My DH and my 5 kids loved them. Yaay!

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Piper Lee April 08, 2011

True it is not the sweetest dessert muffin but you can easily remedy by adding a struesel topping. Instead I was going for a healthier snack hearty muffin for the kids to take to school. I cut the white sugar and used 1/2 cup of light brown and 3/4 of a cup of unsweetened applesauce (sweetened would be just fine) and 1 cup of honey crunch wheat germ. It is yummy and filled with good stuff. If it is too think you can add more milk. I did not and ended up with 22 muffins.

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FromKatesKitchen August 25, 2010

Not only is this recipe super easy, it's super delish! I made the recipe in my Kitchenaid mixer and even used it for the flour on very low speed. I used only 2 cups of blueberries and it was plenty. Instead of nutmeg I used cinnamon and sugar for topping. My recipe made 12 nice size muffins. I filled the tins almost full and it made a nice muffin top on the muffin. The texture was moist and firm. I sprayed the tins with PAM for baking and had no sticking. This is really a great recipe.

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Randi M. June 28, 2009
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