Blueberry Muffins Recipe

Its been sometime since my rooms are filled with the fresh baking aroma. Both, my hubby & myself, love it. It also brings me a nostalgic feeling.

Back home in Kerala our neighbor had a bakery. They used to make buns, bread, laddus etc at the borma (industry jargon for kitchen) behind their house. Our kitchen was closer to their borma. They made bread usually during evening time, just after I reached home from school. The moment I get this smell, I used to run to our compound wall, I even remember jumping the wall at times :) … talk about being hungry!

The activities @ the borma always fascinated me, the way they put the dough into the big oven and the way the crispy golden colored bread popped out spreading the heavenly baked aroma.

Now coming back to blueberry muffins, I had it only after coming to Bahrain and it was love @ first bite :)  I always wanted to try this but couldn't find blueberry. So when I saw it in the frozen section recently, I grabbed quite a few bags, that my husband wondered whether am into blueberry hoarding business ;)

This recipe gives you a very moist muffin.

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19 thoughts on “Blueberry Muffins Recipe”

  1. Hi Maria, I keep coming back to your lovely blog. Tried the blueberry muffins…and they are fantastic! Thanks for sharing such lovely recipes..they are clear and most are simple as well..Thanks! Much appreciated.

  2. Hi Maria,

    Love ur recipes. They’re so simple and very precise.

    I tried making blueberry muffins at home. Even after baking it for 40-45 minutes, they turned out very rubbery. And unlike the muffins shown above, mine was blue in color. What could be the reason for it being rubbery and how can I avoid it being completely blue. Kindly let me know. I want to make it again.

  3. Hi Maria..I have been a silent visitor to your beautiful blog with all these yummy recipes…I really want to try the blueberry muffins..but have a small doubt…how do i use the frozen berries in this recipe..i know you have mentioned to use it directly..but at the cost of sounding dumb:) i still want to clarify my doubt…do i have to rinse the frozen berries under as to get off the extra ice and then roll it in the flour before adding it to the batter? or do i just roll the frozen berries coated in ice with the flour and fold into the batter….If you are smiling at this point..i don’t blame u:) plz do reply back to me..and once again Congratulations on this wonderful blog….oh and btw! did i mention that i live in bahrain too..:)

    • Hi Shiney,

      Great to know that you visit this space, thank you!

      I didnt rinse the berries, I just used it directly.  Yes, I rolled the berries in ice with the flour and folded into the batter. Hope it’s clear now. I do hope you get to try them soon and like it too…I also had similar doubts when I baked with frozen berries for the first time :)

      Btw, where are you put up in Bahrain?

      Happy baking!


  4. Hi,
    Made these muffins the other day. They came out real soft and moist except that there was a little too much pulli of bleberries..I made them with fresh bluberries maybe I should try frozen ones. anyways it was yummy and thnx a lot for the post…

  5. Hi.. Thanks a lot for this wonderful recipe.. I just made my batch and it turned out too good.. very moist and full of flavour :) I just got the top a little bit crisp.. any idea?

    • Hi Ujwal

      Thanks a lot dear :) sorry for the delayed reply, I was on vacation, thats why.

      Muffin top being crisp, hhmm I dont have much idea about it :(


  6. Hi Maria,
    Tried out the recipe. The muffins tasted so good and moist.Thank you very much for the lovely recipe.You defenitely lending a helping hand for all the beginners in cooking.

  7. Rachel, please try with dried berries and let me know.

    Thanks sheela aunty. I will try to post my pic, but first let me get a good pic :)

    Yes divs, i’ve started eating some fruits finally. You inaugurate your muffin tin with this ;)

  8. yummy! keep up the good work maria!
    have a suggestion- how about posting a picture of the wonderful person behind these creations?


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