Blueberry Muffins {a pinterest recipe}

Yesterday I posted a picture of blueberry muffins on Instagram and a few people asked for the recipe, so I thought I would share it today. I take pictures all the time…sometimes for blog posts, but usually just out of habit! I took several of the girls helping me make the muffins, which works out for a random recipe post today.

I’ve been aiming at making one new recipe each week for a while now. Some weeks it happens. Some weeks it doesn’t. Typically, I just pick a recipe off my Pinterest food board. Several months ago, I tried a Blueberry Muffin with streusel topping recipe. It was DELICIOUS and I’ve been making these muffins since.

3.16muffins-013.16muffins-023.16muffins-03I wasn’t planning on writing a post, so I don’t have pictures of the process. I do have pictures of goofy girls licking the batter. Whoop, whoop for fresh eggs! Let’s be honest…I was a batter licker and cookie dough eater before I had chickens.3.16muffins-043.16muffins-05My streusel topping is extra chunky because little girls made it. These muffins are so, so good. Fresh, juicy blueberries spilling out. The streusel topping. The moist texture (the recipe calls for yogurt, I use plain Greek yogurt). Seriously, so good. So not healthy, but so good.  3.16muffins-063.16muffins-07I am never good at blog series, but I think I might try every now and then to share a few Pinterest recipes I make and like. I’ve tried some really great ones and some that we weren’t fans of.

If you didn’t catch the link above, you can get the recipe from the original baker OMG Chocolate Desserts by clicking here.


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  • Katie - These look delish! I’m going to have to try them! I’m trying to add a new recipe a week too… I haven’t stuck with it so far, but it’s a goal. 😛

  • Byron - I ate whole bowls of raw cookie dough throughout college and my “after college” years! it was my favorite snack. I had to stop when each bite began to noticeably add inches to my waist.

    The muffins look good but I’m more of a chocolate on chocolate fan. Call me if you make some major chocolate goodies (no nuts!)! Tell the girls I get a spoon! LoL!

  • Shalee - Your muffins look WAY better than the original recipe. Those girls should go into business!

  • Samantha - These look so so good! I would like to see more recipe posts occasionally, too 🙂
    Thanks for sharing!

  • Brady - Those look soooooo good. I’m a sucker for blueberry muffins! On a side note (and I’m just sharing because it seems like I’ve seen this tip on TV at LEAST six times in the last few days and had never heard of it before then), did you know that if you toss your blueberries (or chocolate chips or raspberries or whatever) in flour before you put them in your batter, that keeps them from sinking to the bottom? It actually works! And if you could just ship some of those delicious muffins up to Wichita, that would be great 😉

  • AshleyAnn - Brady – this recipe tells you to do that! I do it every time, but didn’t know why! Thank you!

  • Charlotte Buckle - Wow! These look incredible! I am definitely trying these out after I devour my current batch of banana muffins, haha!

    Thanks so much for sharing!

    Take care,
    C |

  • Debbie C - Ohhhh these look amazingly good! I am on an elimination diet–wheat! Gluten!–and the pictures are killing me. You have some talented bakers for sure!