Tuesday

Fabulous Blueberry Streusel Muffins



Of all the Blueberry Muffin recipes I have tried this is my all-time favorite.
I discovered the recipe back in 1995 in "The Taste of Home" magazine.
I haven't made them in a while, but warm from the oven they were the perfect treat on Christmas morning. :)



Be ready for lots of compliments if you make them. They always receive rave reviews when I make them, and they don't last long~ everybody loves these muffins.



You can use fresh or frozen berries (don't thaw); this time I used fresh, and if they are available that is what I prefer.



The only change I made this time was to bake the muffins in individual crumb cake pans. Similar to muffin top baking pans they are a bit deeper and wider. There are also paper crumbcake pans like THESE.

Of course you can use any size muffin pans you like ~ but do try them, they are seriously good.


If you would like a printable copy of the recipe you can find it on the OUaP recipe blog by clicking HERE.

If you try them, I hope you love them as much as we do.





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28 comments:

  1. I wish I had kept my muffin top pan..Now I am the only muffin top:)They look yummy Mary~

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  2. They look so yummy, I have used all the blueberries in the freezer so I will have to save this until they come in again.

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  3. Wow! Beautiful muffins. If they go quickly, you know you've got a winner!! When blueberries are in I will give them a try.

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  4. Wow! Those look splendid! I am looking for a winner blueberry muffin recipe! I may just have to make this! I'll be sure to post about it and do a link to your blog if you don't mind. :o) Have a peaceful New Years!
    Fondly,
    Lara

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  5. These look delicious, I will try these for New Years Day. Your creamed spinach looks pretty appealing to me too, especially with the addition of P cheese and in those pretty gratin dishes, Happy New Year, Kathy.

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  6. Oh Mari! These sound sooooo yummy. I'm bookmarking them right now!!

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  7. Well, the gorgeous photos makes me want to make up a batch in a hurry!

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  8. Gorgeous!
    I want one...save me one OK?
    Happy New Year sweetie!
    L~xo

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  9. Oh Mari, I wish I had been at your Christmas breakfast table! I will try these...I have friends that love anything blueberry (I do too) and often come for brunch.

    Thanks and Happy New Year, Mari!

    Diane

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  10. I love blueberry muffins. I have my favorite recipe that my Mom always used to make, but next time I make them I'll top them with the streusel! Happy New Year, Mari... I can't wait to hear what the 'special announcement' is!

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  11. So pretty - and I love that they have a streusel topping.

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  12. Ooh, more muffin top and less muffin. These look great!

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  13. Nothing like muffins to make you feel warm and welcomed...I must get myself a muffin to pan too!:) happy new year!

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  14. Thank you so much for your comments.

    I think it's because I'm an extra-layer-of-flavor kind of person that makes me favor these moist, streusel topped muffins.

    The muffin body is not too sweet but the streusel topping adds the texture and sweetness that elevates these to KEEPER status.

    Again, thank you so much for taking the time to comment! :)

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  15. Mari, these are beautiful! Now that I see them in the muffin top pan, I think I need that pan; perfect for these struesel muffins. Bluberry muffins are a fav.

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  16. I am always looking for good muffin recipes, thank you. Clarice

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  17. Mari, nothing like a warm muffin filled with blueberries and a sweet strussel topping. Every recipe from "The Taste of Home" is amazing ~ thanks for posting this great recipe.

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  18. OOH They would be perfect for breakfast on New Years day too. I love that you baked them in the crumb cake pans instead of muffin cups.

    Wishing you all the best in the New Year Mary.

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  19. I love blueberry muffins and can't wait to give these a try. I wish I could lick the computer screen!!

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  20. Delicious-looking!

    Happy New Year!

    Paz

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  21. I just made what I thought were the best blueberry muffins ever (browned butter blueberry muffins on my blog). Now I need to try this recipe to compare! I think blueberry muffins might be my husband's favorite food ever though, so he won't complain too much :)

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  22. They sure look awesome, Happy New Year to you.

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  23. I love muffins with steusel toppings!

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  24. Mari, these look amazing! Your photos are soooo beautiful! Thanks for a year of delightful posts, food and photos! Happy New Year, my friend!
    Hugs,
    Susan

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  25. Wow, these look wonderful. Gotta get one of those pans. Very appealing photos.

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  26. I love these muffins! Thanks for the wonderful recipe.

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