"We were camping, and I didn’t have enough milk for my usual blueberry muffin recipe,” recalls Dorothy Ross of Ear Falls, Ontario. “I did have some sour cream and a bit of rhubarb, so I used those. The muffins were awesome, and now I make them often!”
Everyone gets "the blues" now and then. To bring back smiles, I always prescribe delicious blueberries. My husband, Dave, and I grow the berries, and I often share our favorite recipes, such as this one, with customers at our roadside market.—Connie Sanders, Belle River, Prince Edward Island
What a joy to set out a basket of these moist blueberry muffins topped with a super streusel on the brunch buffet. People rave when they taste them for the first time. —Mary Anne McWhirter, Pearland, Texas
Yummy and golden, these muffins are packed with plenty of berries and are a great addition to a brunch menu. But at our house, muffins aren't relegated to mornings - we also enjoy them for supper or for snacks anytime.
-Patricia Throlson, Clear Lake, Minnesota.
These muffins are a recreation from a recipe passed down from my mother-in-law. I made the muffins lighter and used half whole wheat flour to add more fiber. They're a great nutritious way to start your day. —Virginia Sollitt
AT the end of the summer years ago, our family often gathered to pick wild blueberries. Mother canned them and saved them for special pie treats during the holidays. If there were any leftover she made them into these delicious blueberry muffins. —June Morris, Water Mill Long Island, New York
"These bite-size muffins are popular in our family," reports Suzanne Fredette of Littleton, Massachusetts. "They're especially nice for potlucks since they leave enough room on your plate to try all the other dishes."