26 Reviews

These are very tasty muffins,especially with freshly picked blueberries.I used vanilla yogurt and I also used the cereal bran and these turned out just fine.Excellent recipe!

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LuuvBunny August 06, 2006

My 4 year old helped to make these so I expected them to be a little tough with over-stirring, but they still turned out nice and fluffy. I used two cups of blueberries, and a full cup of brown sugar because I used plain yogurt. They were still not overly sweet (also, relying on the 4 year old to pack the sugar), which is just how we like them :)

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Rhizzle July 23, 2014

I have been making these for years. I have a batch in the oven, as a matter of fact! Thanks for the healthier substitutions.

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Chef Garnett MJ November 17, 2013

Muffins turned out great. I used all apple sauce instead of oil, and barley flour instead of white or whole wheat flour. For the blueberries, I used one cup of blueberries and one cup of chopped apple - just because I had half an apple leftover from something else. Thanks for the recipe.

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Meg43265 December 11, 2011

These were quite good. I used whole wheat flour, fresh blueberries, and All Bran Buds cereal and everything turned out just fine. I'm not a bran fan at all but these were good!

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dunebuggy8 January 17, 2011

I did the 1/2 oil/1/2 applesauce way and it was super fluffly and delicious with 1.5 cups of fresh blueberries using whole wheat flour. My muffins turned out so beautiful looking.... huge crispy muffin tops because I filled the muffin cup up so much. These are now my quick breakfast on the go option.

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Eat and be Merry March 28, 2010

Wonderful muffins! They were gone fast!

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chicken403 November 18, 2009

Wonderful recipe! I used the applesauce/oil option, and also used Splenda brown sugar, 1/2 cup. I ended up with 18 regular size muffins plus about 3 muffins worth of batter. Since I was out of muffin pans, and didn't want to wait and bake another batch of only 3, I added a bit of milk and made pancakes! YUMMY! BTW, I figured the calories per muffin, made with applesauce and Splenda, to be right around 160 each. These are pretty hefty muffins ... one plus some fruit makes a great breakfast! Thanks, Dorel!

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FB4082 May 15, 2009

These were awesome! This recipe will be a staple. I made these for breakfast on Saturday morning and it made enough for 12 good size muffins and an entire tray of mini muffins. yay! I had a bunch of friends over on Saturday night and they were suddenly all gone! Thanks for posting a healthier and delicious blueberry muffin recipe! yummmm.

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bliss336 August 06, 2008
Yogurt Blueberry Bran Muffins