Foothills Blackberry Muffins

I called these Foothills muffins, because they remind me of muffins from a great breakfast place in the foothills of a small town near me. The yogurt makes them really moist. You could substitute another berry if you wanted to. Delicious!

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  • Mix flour, sugar, and baking powder in a large bowl.
  • Add the berries and toss to coat them.
  • In a smaller bowl,whisk together milk, oil, egg, and yogurt.
  • Stir into dry ingredients, just until moistened.
  • Divide evenly into a jumbo muffin pan, lightly greased.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 20- 25 minutes, or until they test done.
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"I called these Foothills muffins, because they remind me of muffins from a great breakfast place in the foothills of a small town near me. The yogurt makes them really moist. You could substitute another berry if you wanted to. Delicious!"
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  1. Ceezie
    I am not sure what happened ... I was expect a great muffin and that isn't what I got. I didn't care for the taste and they molded very quickly ... I would suggest refridgerating any leftover muffins. Sorry I won't be making these again
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  2. LoriLou
    Loved this recipe! Thanks! They are moist, not too sweet, very tasty and easy. Got 7 1/2 jumbo muffins and due to high altitude, had to bake them a bit longer. Used vanilla yogurt and blueberries, as blackberries are practically unknown here. Will be using this recipe often! Thanks again.
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  3. ratherbeswimmin
    I have been saving a package of fresh-frozen blackberries that we picked this summer just for this recipe. They turned out even better than I was imagining they would. You are right, the texture is very moist. The mornings are getting cool so I enjoyed mine with a mug of hot chocolate. YUMMY!! Thanks leannr.
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  4. Sassy Sandra
    I used blueberries instead of blackberries, and it worked great. I also used non-fat buttermilk instead of the the milk it called for. Very nice with a with some fresh fruit for breakfast. I will make these again!
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  5. Sassy Sandra
    I used blueberries instead of blackberries, and it worked great. I also used non-fat buttermilk instead of the the milk it called for. Very nice with a with some fresh fruit for breakfast. I will make these again!
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