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These are amazing with a little vanilla extract and sugar and cinnamon sprinkled on top before baking. I also use real milk instead of soy milk and self-rising flour. They turn out light and fluffy every time!

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jtroyer January 17, 2009

I loved these! I can't wait to make them again! I did thin the batter out a little with soy milk, just so I could pour it into my muffin pan easier and I used a little less salt, just shy of a teaspoon, since someone said they were a tad salty. They turned out exactly how I wanted though. I am very happy. They taste great and the amount of blueberries is amazing. I will be making these from now on! Thanks for the recipe!

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faun July 19, 2009

I made these with my three year old. He is allergic to milk and eggs so we have a hard time finding treats for him. He loves them!

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wherethedarknessmeetsthelight June 28, 2008

AWESOME!!!! I did use Unsweetened Almond milk instead of Soy milk and it turned out great. I also used fresh blueberries. I was very impressed! My husband even enjoyed these and wants me to make them again! Definitely will make again! ?

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Theresehattox June 25, 2015

I LOVE this recipe! The first time I made the blueberry muffins with 1 cup soy milk (the batter was a bit thick) and fresh blueberries. I also sprinkled cinnamon and sugar on the top before baking to add a sweet, crunchy top. The second time I used this recipe I used one cup soy milk again, and replaced the blueberries with chocolate chips! I also added a splash of vanilla extract. After finding this recipe, I'll be making muffins so much more!

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Anonymous April 14, 2015

I made these for my daughter with Egg allergies.. They turned out WONDERFUL! And everyone in the family gobbled them down!! Thanks for sharing.

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Christy D. January 22, 2015

Good fast way to wip up a healthy dessert. I used spring water instead of soymilk, and organic whole wheat flour added a sprinkling of cinnamon. Very pleased with the outcome I baked the bread in a stock pot instead of a muffin. There was no need to oil the pot because the bread baked up perfectly and didn't stick. This recipe makes around 5 to 10 pie slice bread depending on the pie size.

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Majida H. April 02, 2014

I got 9 good sized muffins from this recipe. They bake up tall and fluffy and perfectly brown. They look like bakeshop muffins for sure. They're a tad bit dense for me opposed to everyone that got super light and fluffy muffins, maybe I stirred the batter to much. All the same I'll most likely be baking these again! I love how quick they are to throw together, and only one bowl!

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Nikoma March 11, 2011

This recipe is fabulous! So simple and quick to mix together. I love that it's vegan too, even though I eat everything, every once in a while I don't have eggs on hand, and it's much easier to measure oil than butter. Thanks!

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delicatefade May 10, 2010

These muffins are great! They are light and airy, which actually surprised me. I replaced 1/2 c flour with whole wheat flour, used only 1/2 tsp salt, added about 2 Tbs of orange juice (to offset the bitterness of ww flour), and had to add a bit more milk to loosen the batter. I did use 1% milk, as we aren't avoiding dairy. The amount of blueberries is perfect! Thanks for sharing a great recipe!

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GertieGirl April 24, 2010
Very Simple Blueberry Muffins