Easy Blueberry Muffins

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Are you a quick breakfast person? Here is the quickest one if you make it a day before. Just grab one or two Blueberry Muffins and enjoy with a cup of hot milk or coffee! I promise these bakery style muffins will make a wonderful start in the morning. I am so happy to share the recipe for these beauties since these muffins are wonderful! Just try these and thank me later!

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I love muffins more than bundt cakes or breads because I low their individual size. Also, I love to remove the liners when eating. I feel like that small individual thing is a gift for me just without ribbons. Well, I’m not a specialist on muffins, but I have two muffins that nobody can resist: Fluffy Apple Muffins and Moist and chocolaty Chocolate Muffins. I’m sure these blueberry muffins will go to that short list immediately as they are addictively tender and moist with loads of juicy blueberries inside.

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Although it’s the first time I’ve made and tasted blueberry muffins, I got a big success! I can hear you asking how on earth it could be the first time. Blueberry is rare in Turkey and it was impossible to find it in my area until a big süpermarket here where you can find products from abroad, brought frozen packages of it. I thought I found blueberries here when I saw a very similar berry type at bazaar last year and made Blueberry Cheesecake with them. But I realized the difference when I bought a package of frozen blueberries from the market. The fresh ones I bought from bazaar had small seeds, but the frozen ones are seedless although the taste is quite similar.

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The batter of these blueberry muffins are quite thick so that they can hold the generous amount of berries inside. Also, the liners are packed almost full and you get these Jumbo-sized muffins, which gives them a bakery style look.

I saw that many recipes call for a sugar topping on these muffins, but I don’t think they need anything more, they are already perfect as they are. If you like classic blueberry muffins, these are perfect for you!

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Easy Blueberry Muffins
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Tender and moist muffins loaded with blueberries.
  • 2 eggs, at room temperature
  • 1 and ¼ cup sugar
  • 1 cup milk, at room temperature
  • ½ cup olive oil
  • 3 cups flour
  • 3 teaspoons baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla powder
  • 1 and ½ cups blueberries, I used frozen
  1. Preheat oven to 400F or 200C. Place muffin liners in a muffin tin.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk together eggs and sugar until creamy. Mix in milk and olive oil.
  3. In a medium bowl combine flour, baking powder, vanilla powder and salt.
  4. Sift dry ingredients into wet ingredients gradually and mix by hand. Don’t overmix, just mix until the dry ingredients are all gone into the creamy mixture. The batter will be quite thick.
  5. Set a handful of blueberries aside and fold in the rest.
  6. Share the batter into muffin liners filling almost to the top. Top with extra blueberries.
  7. Bake at 400F for 5 min. and reduce it to 375F (190C) and bake for 25 minutes until golden.
Nutrition Information
17 muffins


  1. Melody says

    Instead of using the vanilla powder, is it ok to use vanilla extract?

  2. Tiffany says

    I’d like to make these into mini muffins and was wondering how that would change the baking temps and times.

  3. Kodi says

    Is it necessary to have the milk and eggs at room temperature?

    • says

      Well, the muffins rise better when those are at room temperature. If you don’t have enough time though, just wait the eggs in warm water for 5-10min. And heat milk for 10-20 seconds or until it reaches room temperature. You can test it with your finger.

  4. Lisa says

    These muffins are great! I made them last week with blueberries and this week I tried them with raspberries and white chocolate chunks – both delicious! The base recipe seems vers versatile, I’ll try some more berries and fruit with it.
    The only issue I have is that for me, it seems to yield at least 19 or 20 muffins, otherwise it drips from the sides too much. But hey, more muffins! :)

    • Lisa says

      I’ve made them a few more times since I left this comment and have some in the oven right now. This time, I’m trying apply and cinnamon for a mor autumny version. But my favorite is still raspberries and white chocolate chunks!

      • says

        Thank you Lisa for sharing your experience. Raspberries and white chocolate or apple and cinnamon sound just great to use in these muffins. Isn’t it great to have an ultimate muffin recipe that you can combine with your favorite ingredients and create your own recipe?

  5. Katie says

    These were okay, but I think there is too much flour. Mine could have used more blueberries and less flour.

  6. Sarah says

    Wonderful recipe! How do you store these to keep them fresh? Do you keep them covered? Also, have you ever had success freezing them?

    • says

      Hi Sarah,

      They should be stored covered, otherwse they lose flavor and their fluffiness. I’ve never tried freezing these, but I guess they would be fine.

  7. Kelsey says

    These turned out to be not just thick in the batter but thick in the muffins itself. The flavor is good but the texture is odd

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