Blueberry muffins

This blueberry muffin recipe is a great muffin recipe to try at home. This muffins recipe makes 8-10 blueberry muffins and they taste great when nice and warm.

Ingredients – 8 to 10 muffins

  • Plain flour: 250g
  • Baking powder: 1tsp
  • Salt: pinch
  • Butter: 55g
  • Eggs (large): 1
  • Soft light brown sugar: 100g
  • Fresh blueberries: 5/6 per muffin
  • Full fat milk: 225ml

Getting everything ready

  • Line a deep bun tray with large muffin paper cases.
  • Place butter in a saucepan.
  • Break the egg into a clean jug and beat well.
  • Pre-heat oven to 180°C (Gas Mark 4).

Method

  1. Sift flour, baking powder and a pinch of salt into a large clean mixing bowl.
  2. Sift the soft light brown sugar into the bowl and mix together well.
  3. Place the butter over a low heat on the stove to melt.
  4. Make a well in the centre of your dry ingredients and pour in the milk, beaten egg and melted butter.  Using a large dinner fork, lightly mix together to form a type of batter – it does not have to be smooth.
  5. Spoon the mixture into the waiting paper cases in your bun tray and fill to about 2/3 full.
  6. Divide your fresh blueberries between your muffins – have about 5-6 per muffin.
  7. Use a wooden skewer or cocktail stick to gently push the blueberries into each muffin to distribute the blueberries throughout.
  8. Place the blueberry muffins in the centre of your pre-heated oven and bake for about 25 minutes until the blueberry muffins are well risen, light golden in colour and slightly firm to touch.
  9. Remove the blueberry muffins and allow to cool slightly – serve when they are still nice and warm

Cake baking tips

We have put together some great tips on baking cakes, which includes information on skills such as creaming margarine, how to whisk eggs and sugar, use of pastry and the use of yeast.

Watch how to make blueberry muffins

Other great tasting cake recipes

Cake baking tips

Here are some essential cake baking tips. There are many thousands of different cakes and pastries and a great many books telling us how to make them. We show you how to make a few different types of cake to give you a basic knowledge, from which you can make many sorts of cakes in much the same way.

Cream meringues

This recipe for cream meringues is a favourite cake recipe for many. This recipe for meringues makes 8-12 cream meringues for you to enjoy.

Banana cupcakes

This shows how to make a banana cupcake. The bananas on top are made from marzipan and the cupcake mixture contains a small amount of diced banana. The marzipan bananas on the top are almost too nice to eat!

Swiss roll

This sponge cake recipe is for making a swiss roll. This swiss roll recipe is quick to make and is a great cake to serve with friends.

Anzac biscuits recipe

This anzac biscuit recipe makes 8-10 anzac biscuits (cookies). If looking for biscuits recipes, this recipe for anzac biscuits will be great.

Victoria sponge

This sponge cake recipe is for a Victoria sponge cake. This recipe for Victoria sponge is a traditional cake recipe and is great for any occasion.

Strawberry and cream slices

This strawberries dessert is for strawberry and cream slices. This strawberries and cream recipe tastes great at any time of the year.

Buttercream cupcakes

This cupcake reflects the four seasons of the year in terms of the buttercream icing colours used.

Chocolate cake

This cake recipe is for a chocolate cake decorated with flaked almonds. Chocolate cakes make great birthday cakes and this choc cake recipe will fit the bill nicely.

Chocolate truffles

This recipe for chocolate truffles is a great recipe for chocolate. This truffle recipe uses dark rum but could be made with orange juice for children. If you are looking for a recipe for choc truffles, look no further.

One Comment

  1. Hello …I tried this recipe. Came out well.
    I shared the link to your recipe on my blog.

    Pls have a look http://on.fb.me/15hOchU

Comments are closed.