8 Responses to “old-fashioned blueberry muffins and the naptime chef cookbook”

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  1. Those blueberry muffins look incredible! Biscuit-like sounds wonderful to me and I just love those rocky domes.

  2. Rachael

    Just made these with grapefruit zest…fluffy and fresh!

  3. Marta

    I made this yesterday and they turned out delicious! maybe a little bit too unsweetened, I dont know if they were supposed to be like that or if something went wrong with the measurements (since I had to convert everything to gramms). Anyways I added white chocolate topping on some and lemon topping on others and they were perfect!
    Thanks a lot for your recipe!

  4. Sabrina

    Oh my God just made these muffins they are FANTASTIC!!! a tiny bit more sugar only because I have a sweet tooth! but these are to die for thank you so much my parents will be happy when they get home!!!!

  5. Monica

    Can I make these with frozen – defrosted blueberries?

  6. Karen Taylor

    Thanks so much for a great recipe! Since blueberries are not in season (nor are frozen ones available in Bolivia where I live) I made them this morning with peaches, adding a bit of ginger and cinnamon- WONDERFUL!! Thanks for a basic recipe that can be adjusted to the seasons so well!

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