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The oven is preheated to 200C. The muffin tray is lined with oil and flour or the special papers are placed.

Flour, salt, baking soda and sugar mix well. Separately, beat the eggs well, add the melted butter, milk, lemon peel and vanilla essence. Make a small fountain in the middle of the flour mixture and incorporate the liquids, but not with the mixer, but with a metal spoon. Try to mix as little as possible, no matter if they remain small lumps. At the end, add the blueberries, stirring with the spoon from the bottom up, as wide as possible.

In the pan, the forms should be filled in about 3 quarters. Keep the tray in the oven for about 30 minutes, until the muffins pass the test with the toothpick. Remove from the pan after cooling.

Ingredients for chocolate cream:

For the countertop, mix eggs with water and then put on high heat for a minute. Add the vanilla sugar mixed with the sugar and mix for a minute.

Remove from the heat and add the flour mixed with cocoa and baking powder, mix and then put the melted and cooled butter. Mix well and pour the dough into a tray lined with paper. Bake for 20 minutes.

Heat the liquid cream and pour it over the broken chocolate pieces. After it has melted, let it cool, then beat it until you get a cream.

For the foam, beat the whipped cream with the sugar, add the crushed blueberries and pass through a sieve, mix and keep cold.

The baked and cooled top is placed in a tray and greased with blueberry jam. Then pour the chocolate cream. Allow to cool a bit and then add the cold blueberry foam. Prepare the decorative gelatin and pour it after it has cooled. Let cool for 6 hours. Cut and bring to the table with whipped cream on top, candy decorations and orange slices.

Blueberry muffins

For breakfast, nothing delights me more than enjoying something sweet with a coffee or even a cup of aromatic tea. And because I was diligent in the summer, I also have delicious fruit in the freezer, so I can indulge in something good every week.
Blueberry muffins: sounds perfect for a beautiful winter Saturday.

For 12 pieces we need:
& # 8211 2 eggs
& # 8211 5 tablespoons sugar
& # 8211 10 tablespoons flour
& # 8211 1/2 cup milk
& # 8211 1/2 cup oil
& # 8211 1 teaspoon baking powder
& # 8211 a salt knife tip
& # 8211 1 sachet of vanilla sugar
& # 8211 a handful of blueberries
Mix whole eggs with a pinch of salt until light in color and foam. Add the sugar and vanilla sugar and mix for a few more minutes (2-3), then pour the milk and oil, mixing after each one.
At the end, incorporate the flour mixed with the baking powder, mixing on the lowest step or mixing with a spatula.
Place the paper baskets in the muffin tray and fill each with about three quarters.
We put some of the blueberries in the flour and place them on top, we put the rest of the blueberries (the ones given in the flour remain on top) and we put them in the preheated oven at 175 degrees for 25-30 minutes. We check with a toothpick if they are ripe.
Remove from the oven, let it cool a bit and dust with powdered sugar.

Yogurt creams with blueberry muffins

Discover how to make delicious muffins with Thermomix. They're made with yogurt cream and blueberries, come on. it has nothing to do with the naturalness so healthy that they are made and with what you can often find in your own store, made in an industrial way. Cheer up

  • Alicia tomero
  • Cuisine: American
  • Recipe type: breakfast
  • Calories: 380
  • Gates: 7
  • Preparation time: 15M
  • Cooking time: 45M
  • Total time: 1H


  • 180g sugar
  • 150g butter at room temperature
  • 225g flour
  • 150g natural yogurt
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon and a half baking powder
  • A little salt
  • A teaspoon of concentrated vanilla
  • 180g of natural or dried blueberries
  • Special granulated sugar for decorating pastries, is optional, otherwise you can use regular sugar or icing sugar


We place the dry ingredients in the Thermomix glass, which we choose flour, sugar, salt and baking powder. We will spray all the ingredients together like a sieve, we program 30 seconds at speed 10. Reserve in a separate bowl.

Without cleaning the glass we add yogurt, butter, eggs and vanilla. programmer 30 seconds at speed 4.

add Dried ingredients which I had booked. programmer 30 seconds at speed 4. The mixing time is long enough, but if you need to add a little more mixture, another 30 seconds can be programmed. We add the blueberries and give them a few rows with our hand in the glass, so that they can be whole.

seated capsule of muffins inside special forms of baking muffins. Fill the capsules without reaching the top, because after baking the dough will rise. In my case I added a special sugar that is bought granulated to decorate desserts, if you do not find this type of sugar you can always add the normal one for life or if you prefer it once baked and cold you can sprinkle with icing sugar. We put it in the oven, with heat up and down, and let it cook around 30 minutes. The cooking time will depend on the type of oven. To know if they are finished, we will insert a kind of needle or something sharp into the dough, if it comes out clean, it will be ready. If you think they are not made and are very cooked on top, you can place a piece of aluminum foil to cover all the muffins to protect them. When you have finished this recipe, you will be surprised at how tender they came out.

Cook Lemon Cranberry Ice Cream

Preparation time


  • 4 egg yolks
  • 200 gr powdered sugar
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • peel and juice from 2 organic lemons
  • 100 gr butter
  • 300 gr Greek yogurt
  • 300 ml whipped cream
  • 200 gr afne

Method of preparation

Put the yolks in a bowl and mix them with a pinch of salt, sugar and soft butter and mix until smooth. Add the grated lemon peel as finely as possible and the juice from 2 lemons suitable for large and necessarily organic. Transfer the bowl to the steam bath and stir intensely until a cream forms, like a pudding.

We pass the lemon cream through a sieve, to make sure that it is very fine and we leave it to cool, covered with a fresh foil, placed in contact with the cream.

Meanwhile, drain the yogurt in a very thick sieve, wash the blueberries and let them drain and mix the cream for the cream until it becomes creamy.

When the lemon cream has cooled, add the yogurt and mix well. Then gradually add the whipped cream. Stir gently to keep the cream aerated, then incorporate the well drained blueberries.

Put the composition for Lemon Ice Cream with blueberries in a saucepan with a lid and put it in the freezer for 3-4 hours.

Before serving the ice cream, we leave it at room temperature for 10-15 minutes, then we can portion it and serve it with great appetite, together with our loved ones.

See the recipe for lemon ice cream with blueberries, in pictures, accessing the photo gallery above!

Morning and blueberry muffins

I would wake you up every morning with a cup of hot coffee, brought to the tips by the bed, wondering for the thousandth time if it should be sweeter or bitterer.

I would gather the remnants of the evening and in the dim light I would think of imagined happiness. In silence & # 8230

I would learn to make scrambled eggs and bruschettas. Of those for which I made my way to the market and bargained for three basil leaves and garden tomatoes. Of those I don't know how to do, but about which I secretly read in a book I took from the antique shop.

I would pick up your shirt from the floor and cover it in it, I would spend my morning between bowls and flour powder, wrapping hot muffins in powdered sugar.

Cause & # 8230darling & # 8230 life is sweet! And the mornings are made for dreaming & # 8230

Crispy blueberry muffins

We are slowly preparing for the beginning of school, today with a recipe for crispy blueberry muffins, ideal for the school package for the little ones. If the school package is appetizing and attractive enough for the little ones, the less temptation will be to want sweets and pastries from the store next to the school or the vending machine.

In addition, blueberries are in high season, I bought them at a very ok price from Lidl and I also put them in the freezer for the winter, when I use them for smoothies, cakes and, of course, these crispy blueberry muffins. If you do not have a special muffin tray is no problem, you can use individual disposable cups made of cardboard or aluminum, in which the muffins bake perfectly!

Ingredients for 12 pieces

Preparation time 45 minutes, medium difficulty
For muffins:

  • 300g faina Castello
  • 10g baking powder Pakmaya
  • 5g baking soda
  • a pinch of salt
  • 120g Pilos butter, melted and cooled
  • 200g sugar Castello
  • 2 eggs husband
  • 250ml milk beaten Pilos
  • 10ml vanilla essence Castello
  • 250g blueberries

For crispy topping:

  • 50g sugar Castello
  • 15g faina Castello
  • 15g melted Pilos butter
  • a cinnamon powder Mikado

Preheat the oven to 220 ° and prepare 12 muffin tins. In a bowl, mix the flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. In another bowl, mix the butter, sugar and vanilla. Then add eggs and whipped milk and mix until incorporated. Pour the liquid mixture over the flour mixture and mix with a spatula, only until we have a well-bound composition, without exaggerating with the mixture. The more we mix, the more we activate the gluten in the flour and the composition becomes denser and denser. By default, muffins will no longer be as fluffy. Add the blueberries and mix lightly with a spatula.

For the crispy topping, we mix all the ingredients until we have a composition similar to the texture with a large breadcrumbs. Fill the muffin tins so that they are full, then sprinkle the crispy topping over each one. Bake for 5 minutes at 220 °, then lower the temperature to 180 ° and continue to bake crispy blueberry muffins for 30-35 minutes or until you pass the toothpick test and the topping is nicely browned and crispy.

At the end we would have some delicious muffins, very fluffy and full of blueberries inside and with a crispy and fragrant crust, with a subtle cinnamon flavor. They are delicious as soon as they are taken out of the oven, but they keep very well in the fridge for a few days: let the muffins cool to room temperature, then put them in a hermetically sealed casserole or in a zippered bag and keep them at refrigerator. These muffins can also be frozen, and before consumption we put them in the microwave or in the classic oven until they are hot. May you have the best and let's start the new school year together well!

Ingredients Muffins with chocolate

  • 220 grams of chocolate with 70% cocoa (or which you like, that's what I used, for a taste as intense as possible)
  • 120 grams of butter with 80% fat
  • 80 grams of flour
  • 100 grams of sugar
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 4 whole eggs

Preparation of chocolate muffins

1. Turn on the oven and set it at 180 degrees Celsius.

2 . To prepare these delicious muffins, the broken chocolate and butter are put in a saucepan in a bain-marie (in another slightly larger pan with boiling water) to melt together (picture 1). If you choose a larger bowl in which to melt the butter and chocolate, you will be able to prepare the whole recipe in it, you will not have to transfer the contents to something else, as I did in step 2.

3. As soon as the butter and chocolate have melted (they must be liquid, they must not get hot and in no case boil), mix with the mixer at medium speed to cool a little (2-3 minutes).

4. Dry muffin ingredients mix separately flour, salt and sugar. Add all at once over the melted chocolate composition (picture 2). Mix until well blended.

5. Add 1 egg at a time, mixing after each one (picture 3).

6. Add the vanilla extract and beat on high speed for 10-20 seconds, until you get a lighter, creamy composition. The muffin dough is ready!

7. In the muffin tray prepared with individual paper baskets (or greased with butter and lined with cocoa powder) divide the composition evenly (picture 4).


8. Place in the preheated oven at 180 ° C, the baking time varying depending on preferences:

  • if you want muffins with a creamy-liquid inside, bake for 9-10 minutes
  • if you want muffins with a creamy but stable inside, which no longer flows, bake for 11-12 minutes
  • in 12 minutes it's already a sacrilege: P, everything that is more special about the texture of these muffins will be lost, so keep an eye on them! The inside should be like a cake, the middle as creamy as possible (picture 5).

Remove our baked muffins from the pan and let them cool sideways. They can be tasted from warm to completely cold, powdered with a little powdered sugar, with different toppings, with ice cream, etc.

I don't know how they are the next day, they never lasted that long :)). Good appetite!

Blueberry muffins

These Americans are great! Their recipes are popular all over the world, I don't think there is a food blogger who hasn't tried an American tipc recipe, such as cheesecake or pancakes, at least once. I'm right? Some adapt them to their needs, taste or their mood. I don't really change the original recipes, I leave them as they are, I probably just add a little extra flavor, in this case the grated lemon peel.

Blueberry muffins are a basic recipe, they can also be made with blackberries, raspberries or cherries. Any juicy, sour summer fruit works great! Mine are full of sour blueberries, which & # 8220exploded & # 8221 nicely in the oven and colored my muffins.

For me, usually the weekend mornings are longer and I like to be lazy in bed, but not on an empty stomach. And these muffins are great! Not that I made them and they should be praised, but it's really a successful recipe! Scented with lemon, sour blueberries and extremely fluffy. Only good to enjoy with a good coffee! Of all the sweets recipes, muffins are the easiest to prepare, even a child can prepare them without problems. Only one rule must be observed: do not mix the composition too much, that is not at all! Just enough to incorporate the flour into the wet mixture. No more. Otherwise you are free to put the composition in the most colorful muffin papers and what fruits you want. Make the most of the summer and the fruits it offers us!

Summer evenings are cool, then it's the ideal time to bake muffins. That way the mornings will be much sweeter! I enjoy cooking!

Brownie with blueberries and lemon cream

I couldn't pass the blueberry season without including them in a few dessert recipes, including the Brownie recipe with blueberries and lemon cream.

It is a recipe for blackberry with chocolate (brownie) in dough and many blueberries, which I matched with a delicious cream with an intense lemon flavor.

We like this kind of cake in which we combine the brownie top with various creams.

As for the fruits in the cake tops, such as blueberries in this case, they behave perfectly and give flavor and appearance to the cakes.

I tried to portion the cake with a circular ring to have a special look, like a turret.

And the cream was placed differently in this form, in the sense that it covered the entire surface.

Lemon cream is among our favorites, because we like the sweet-sour taste. And the lemon flavor is the freshest.

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(5 points / total votes: 57)

maria 10 years ago - 23 September 2008 10:30

Re: Blueberry muffins

what do you say can be done with other fruits?

Ioana 10 years ago - September 23, 2008 12:59

Re: Blueberry muffins

Definitely, you can put finely chopped plums, raspberries, blackberries, peaches. you can also use frozen fruits, I often put frozen raspberries

miles 9 years ago - November 17, 2008 10:54 AM

Re: Blueberry muffins

I'm interested in where you buy the paper?

Ioana 9 years ago - November 17, 2008 11:24

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I took it from Cora, but I think you can find it at any supermarket

Jeanina 9 years ago - December 2, 2008 8:20 PM

Re: Blueberry muffins

I have a little question too. I took trays for muffins but I don't have the baking paper that is put in shapes, can I do it without paper? Do the muffins stick to the tray? Or should I try to put some baking paper that I usually use on cakes?

Ioana 9 years ago - 2 December 2008 20:51

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they really stick to the tray, so it's a good idea to put the papers in, otherwise I don't know how to clean the tray. Can't find the muffin papers?

Jeanina 9 years ago - 2 December 2008 21:07

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The small problem is that I'm a bit "locked in the house" after an accident, so my mother is looking, when she has time, so far she hasn't found it. He will insist tomorrow. I hope. And one more thing, I remembered. Can I use blueberry jam? After I find paper, sure

Ioana 9 years ago - December 2, 2008 22:58

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at a supermarket he finds safe, and if he doesn't see them ask for muffin papers or muffins. I didn't see that they were small packages either and the people in the store helped me

you can use jam: put 1/3 paper in the dough then a teaspoon (maybe a little more) of jam and cover again with dough. it will come out well with jam in the middle

Jeanina 9 years ago - December 3, 2008 9:45 PM

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I received paper :-) They came out great. Mersic!

angela 9 years ago - 3 December 2008 23:40

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jeanina what did you suffer? if it's not upset my question!

Ioana 9 years ago - 4 December 2008 16:07

Re: Blueberry muffins

jeanina, I'm glad you liked it, good luck and speedy recovery

Jeanina 9 years ago - 6 December 2008 12:46

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Now I saw the question Angela I had a car accident, that's what happens when you're unlucky, I was a passenger but I was not safe from bad luck, on the contrary, I was the most affected, but I'm very optimistic, I have a little more and I'm recovering, I hope I don't tell you girls that since I tried the blueberry muffin recipe, I make a few servings every day. I also received an "order" from an aunt. She tasted at our place when she was visiting and yesterday she asked me to make her 2 servings because she has guests, so I made her 2 servings and another one for us.

angela 9 years ago - 6 December 2008 13:54

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I'm sorry about the accident you had! Let's hope you come back soon! I wish you a speedy recovery! it seems that you really like to cook, I see that you always do something good and always in large quantities, your family are lucky!

Ioana 9 years ago - December 6, 2008 14:00

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ah, what bad luck, but it also happens with cars from these, it's good that it wasn't very serious and you're recovering, you have to be in shape for the holidays

Ardelean Ancutza 9 years ago - 19 February 2009 19:51

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Ioana, Angela - I couldn't decide which recipe to write to you, I chose this one because it might fit. I found out I have a waffle maker, don't you have a good recipe for fluffy waffles? Thanks

Ioana 9 years ago - 19 February 2009 20:28

Re: Blueberry muffins

I didn't have an appliance and although I have a recipe for Dutch Waffles, I couldn't try the caramel ones. Now Radu told me that his mother had a salting machine, can waffles be made with it? I have to see it and if it still has it and it seems to fit, I bring it to try the recipe.

Ardelean Ancutza 9 years ago - 19 February 2009 20:39

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OK. I'll wait, or you can give me the recipe and I'll try. I got used to failures and successes. If not, I'm waiting for the waffles to appear here.

Ioana 9 years ago - 19 February 2009 20:57

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I'll write it to you tomorrow, I have to translate from cup to gram to make it easier for you

angela 9 years ago - 19 February 2009 21:47

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Ioana - you can't make waffles with the salting machine! but if you make the saltines and you don't bring me to know that you have me on my conscience! I had a device for. salty and I was left without him and God how much I like salty, but I have nothing to do with them!

Ioana 9 years ago - 20 February 2009 11:46

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I'll see on Monday if he still has the device. and I hope he has a recipe

hip, here is the recipe for Dutch waffles (Stroopwafels), from the brown ones, with cinnamon taste and glued in pairs with caramel, they are very good if you dare to make them. anyway, if you go out, they really come to Baia-Mare, I only ate such good waffles in Prague for Christmas, they prepared them on the street in front of me. that's why I kept this recipe with great pleasure.

1 teaspoon dried yeast
1 teaspoon sugar
220 gr butter
70 gr sugar
a knife tip salt
1 tablespoon cinnamon (in the specific recipe do not put less even if it tempts you)
330 gr flour
2 eggs

Dissolve the yeast in 3 tablespoons of water with 1 teaspoon of sugar and leave in a warm place

Rub the butter until frothy, adding sugar, salt and cinnamon.
Add the yeast, flour and eggs and knead.
Leave in a warm place for 1 hour. it will not grow much.

Heat your waffle form and grease it a little with oil just at the beginning.
Put a ball of dough in the center of the form and bake for only 1 minute, otherwise it will burn.

When each is ready, cut it in half horizontally, grease it with the syrup and cover with the other piece, pressing carefully but firmly. Serve cold.

330 gr brown sugar
220 gr butter
1 teaspoon cinnamon
6 tablespoons honey
1/2 cup ground walnuts (optional)

Put all the ingredients in a bowl and boil until it binds like a very thick syrup. Finally add the walnuts if you want.

Ardelean Ancutza 9 years ago - 20 February 2009 12:00

Re: Blueberry muffins

Thanks, you're pretty. I make them on Monday, on the weekend I planned the dobos cake, we have an anniversary. I will also take pictures, I will try to take them in stages as you do them and if they come out good and good-looking, I will send them to you.
A good day ! Too bad I can't taste anything

Ioana 9 years ago - 20 February 2009 12:04

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oh, you didn't plan your cure very well, how will you resist the cake and the waffles? I'm very curious if these waffles come out

Ardelean Ancutza 9 years ago - 20 February 2009 22:16

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Ioana, I can't resist the temptations and I give up for a while. Tomorrow I go to my mother's, we make the dobos cake, cozonac plus others, so I can't resist not tasting it.

Ioana 9 years ago - 21 February 2009 11:00

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and I must tell you that yesterday I yielded to temptations. I made a quick fry and I thought I would give it to my brother but I didn't refrain from tasting it and from there until I ate a few pieces it wasn't much.

Ardelean Ancutza 9 years ago - 23 February 2009 15:32

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Ioana, did you receive my mail with the Dutch waffles?

Ioana 9 years ago - 23 February 2009 16:16

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yes, but I'm at my mother-in-law's and I can't see the picture on the small computer. I can't wait to watch tonight when I get home

Ioana 9 years ago - 23 February 2009 17:29

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I remembered, do you know what is the best way to eat them?
place them on a hot cup of coffee and tea, the wine cellar will melt easily and the aroma of cinnamon from the waffles will fill the whole room. I hope you don't finish them and try this too

Ardelean Ancutza 9 years ago - 23 February 2009 17:38

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I didn't finish them, calm down (I had 25 hearts), I try breakfast in the morning. If I had eaten the original, I would have known how to make a comparison. but I think that this dough goes well with biscuits, you can spread a thinner sheet, cut it into a round shape and bake it in the oven and then stick two by two with the caramel syrup. Anyway, tell me your opinion about my waffles.

madde 9 years ago - 28 February 2009 18:17

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I will try to make muffins for the first time. I just don't know what to use. whipped milk that I don't have anyway..hehehe or yogurt? I have a thicker Greek yogurt. do I put the same amount? I hope I get good muffins

Ioana 9 years ago - 28 February 2009 18:33

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you can put quiet yogurt, the same amount. spor!

Lucia 9 years ago - 25 May 2009 11:18

Re: Blueberry muffins

Hi, my name is Lucia and today I discovered this wonderful recipe (looking for muffin recipes) for my 9-year-old daughter who drives me crazy with them since the ad from Dr. Otker. Please tell me if I can make them with strawberries (I really like them, and it's still their season). Thank you very much.

Ioana 9 years ago - 25 May 2009 12:24

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you can use sliced ​​strawberries

Daniela 9 years ago - 25 July 2009 19:59

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Hello Ioana and everyone! I also made blueberry muffins today and they were exceptionally good..they were praised by everyone..but I want you to say that I added another 50 gr to each ingredient (flour, sugar, I put more an egg and another 100 ml of yogurt) and surprisingly 36 delicious muffins came out, just adding another 50 grams of ingredients. I don't know how. I didn't expect so much ... they were DELICIOUS anyway. Thanks for the recipe! Aren't you girls?

Ioana 9 years ago - 27 July 2009 11:03

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Hi Daniela, I'm glad they came out, the more the better, especially since you were delighted with the result

alina 9 years ago - 18 August 2009 11:01

Re: Blueberry muffins

excuse me)) my mother-in-law came home and I asked but here in america it's double than in romania on the stove but it's nothing I had a lot of composition left because the muffin tins were small and I put the composition in the cherry compote tray cut and a chopped peach. it smelled so good and how good it is I have no words) and my boyfriend praises me better than my mother-in-law> f good recipe and it comes out fff a lot

alina 9 years ago - 18 August 2009 11:02

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now I do and it annoys me that from 20 30 I put it on and it's still ready and it's 21 38..I get nervous) I hit the stove harder now

lore 8 years ago - 19 October 2009 19:20

Re: Blueberry muffins

Super recipe! It's the only one so far (and I've tried about 3 so far !!) that succeeded. Ioana, but for the cocoa muffins, the ones that come out black as embers (McDonald's model), how much cocoa / chocolate should I have?

Ioana 8 years ago - 20 October 2009 12:18

Re: Blueberry muffins

if you want to use this recipe, about 2 tablespoons of cocoa would work. I hope it goes ok.

Mihaela Oprea 8 years ago - 31 January 2010 10:09

Re: Blueberry muffins

Hi Ioana! Please tell me, can I bake them only in paper forms, because I don't have a tray for muffins yet? Thanks!

Ioana 8 years ago - 1 February 2010 11:20

Re: Blueberry muffins

yes, just handle the tray you put in the oven when you put them in the oven.

Mihaela Oprea 8 years ago - 1 February 2010 22:17

Re: Blueberry muffins

Thank you so much Ioana for the advice! I want to tell you that not a day goes by without going to your site to see what goodies you have prepared! I'm not a great teacher in the kitchen, I've been cooking for a while, but what I cooked on your site turned out very good for me! Congratulations!

Mira 8 years ago - 13 February 2010 22:53

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I just finished making the blueberry muffins, but. they didn't turn out great. They grew well, baked but not tasty. One reason would be that the blueberries here have ABSOLUTELY no taste. They are big, they seem a bit double compared to the blueberries you used, they were left at the bottom, although I gave them flour. And what can I say. I'm disappointed with the taste. I think I have to change the fruits, because they have nothing to do with "naturalness". Another downside would be that they did not come off the paper well. I smeared with melted butter, but that's right, only on the bottom of the paper lid. Is there a reason I used dietary yogurt 0% fat and butter as well, semi-skimmed? anyway I will try the recipe again, but with other, tastier fruits.

v 8 years ago - 13 April 2010 12:53

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gina paun 8 years ago - 4 July 2010 10:59

Re: Blueberry muffins

looks, super I hope to do it too.

Jeanina 7 years ago - December 29, 2010 09:57

Re: Blueberry muffins

Hello hello girls!
Since you posted the recipe, I've been doing it when I had time, industrial quantities as usual, but today I reach my record of 10 servings :-) I invite you to "taste" :-)
By the way, sometimes it comes out very soft, don't you know why?
I make them with blueberry jam and it goes on the bottom sometimes.

Lumi 7 years ago - 10 March 2011 09:10

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Can I use strawberries instead of blueberries? Do you have any idea?: D. or I was thinking of buying a berry jam: D.

Ioana 7 years ago - 10 March 2011 14:37

Re: Blueberry muffins

chopped strawberries would be good. you can also find frozen berries. if you thaw them and drain them you can use them.

ancag 7 years ago - 6 May 2011 15:00

Re: Blueberry muffins

Hi, I'm new to drinking, I found this page and I started to make the recipe, but I don't know how many eggs to put and how much yogurt because it doesn't write in the incredibles, maybe you can help me urgently

Ioana 7 years ago - 6 May 2011 15:18

Re: Blueberry muffins

all ingredients are prescribed

SARAH 7 years ago - 24 August 2011 17:31

Re: Blueberry muffins

show but where can I find paper and tray?
can I make them with chocolate too?

Ioana 7 years ago - 24 August 2011 17:58

Re: Blueberry muffins

at the supermarket you can find both

alis 6 years ago - 10 January 2012 11:52

Re: Blueberry muffins

Hello Ioana and Happy Birthday! May 2012 bring you everything you want and continue to delight our taste buds as only you know how to do! I want to make muffins too, for now I only have the paper forms (I understood that it's ok if I put them in a normal tray and not a special muffin tray), and I have some questions (as usual): 1. I can use fruits from cherry compote, pineapple, 2. beaten milk can be replaced by yogurt, 3. would only 2 eggs be enough? 4. You will probably need much less sugar, as the fruits in the compote are sweeter, half maybe? 5. Do you grease the paper forms with a brush? 6. Should I keep the same temp or lower in the oven, considering that I don't have a special tray? I kiss you and thank you!

Ioana 6 years ago - 10 January 2012 13:54

Re: Blueberry muffins

1. yes, you can use fruit from compote but drained well (leave them in a sieve for a few hours) and then absorbed with napkins so as not to leave water in the dough
2. You can also put yogurt
3. Put 3 eggs in the recipe
4. You can reduce sugar like sweets. for example. to me the pineapple in compote seems very sweet compared to cherries.
5. Yes, I grease the papers with a silicone brush
6. Keep the temperature and baking time. don't fill the papers so much that they don't sag when the muffins grow. if you use quality muffin papers you will have no problem with them even if they grow a lot. the quality papers are stronger (slightly cardboard or waxed, like the baking paper I found at Cora) and you can use them without a tray without emotions

alis 6 years ago - 11 January 2012 20:09

Re: Blueberry muffins

I just took the tray out of the oven and I'm great. I put cherries in the compote (drained perfectly well and sprinkled with a spoonful of starch so as not to leave) + a few dried plums and only 140 gr of sugar (and according to my taste I think it worked even less sugar). Thanks, Ioana!

Laura Aioani 6 years ago - March 17, 2012 5:56 PM

Re: Blueberry muffins

Hi Ioana, if I have one of those individual silicone shapes, do I still have to put baking paper in them? Thanks

Ioana 6 years ago - March 19, 2012 09:36

Re: Blueberry muffins

teoretic nu, ar trebui sa nu se lipeasca daca sunt de calitate. poti face un test cu cateva si daca se lipesc atunci ar trebui unse in prealabil.

Malina acum 6 ani - 20 Martie 2012 14:58

Re: Muffins cu afine

Hello Ioana,
eu am folosit bucati de ciocolata in reteta si nu fructe. am primit multe laude insa au iesit cam ..uscate petru gustul meu .imi poti da o sugestie cum sa le fac mai fragede? sau sa se ''topeasca '' in gura?

Ioana acum 6 ani - 20 Martie 2012 15:01

Re: Muffins cu afine

acestea nu sunt uscate din cauza fructelor, care lasa destul suc. daca vrei cu ciocolata si fragede aceasta este reteta pe care trebuie sa o incerci: [link]

Malina acum 6 ani - 20 Martie 2012 17:58

Re: Muffins cu afine

multumesc ! reteta recomanda chiar era urmatoarea pe lista

bianca acum 6 ani - 10 Mai 2012 19:21

Re: Muffins cu afine

as dori sa stiu daca in loc de unt se poate folosi gandesc ca nu vor iesi asa "uscate" cum zicea Malina

Ioana acum 6 ani - 11 Mai 2012 10:46

Re: Muffins cu afine

mie nu mi-au iesit deloc uscate, mai ales ca afinele lasa suc din belsug. eu zic sa le incerci asa cum sunt si vezi cum ti se par tie.

mihaela acum 5 ani - 26 Septembrie 2012 21:54

Re: Muffins cu afine

am citit toate comentariile,dar ca sa fiu sigura,te rog sa.mi spui,eu am aici numai afine congelate,le decongelez?da?pun si un pic de zahar peste ele? le ""ususc""cu hirtie?! sucul care sigur il vor lasa pot sa.l pun in compozitie sau mai bine nu? sa le trec prin faina.
iti multumesc si stept raspuns

Ioana acum 5 ani - 27 Septembrie 2012 10:35

Re: Muffins cu afine

da, afinele le lasi la decongelat intr-o strecuratoare. sucul nu-l folosesti in aceasta reteta. dupa ce s-au scurs bine, le poti scurge si pe servetele de hartie. nu le dai prin zahar, le pui asa in aluat dupa ce le-ai dat prin faina ca sa nu se scufunde. poti sa nu le amesteci in aluat, ci le pui deasupra aluatului din forme si le apesi un pic.

mihaela acum 5 ani - 27 Septembrie 2012 17:47

Re: Muffins cu afine

multumesc. Ioana. o sa te tin la"" curent""

dora constantin acum 5 ani - 5 Octombrie 2012 20:33

Re: Muffins cu afine

excelente, cred ca le voi face pentru piticul meu si cei ai prietenilor mereu. am folosit sana in loc de lapte batut si au fost ok

Flo acum 5 ani - 25 Octombrie 2012 21:30

Re: Muffins cu afine

Ioana formle din silicon sunt bune?

Omul Lava acum 5 ani - 8 Decembrie 2012 13:50

Re: Muffins cu afine

Ioana, tu ce praf de copt folosesti? Te intreb ca am pus doua lingurite si a fost prea mult. Dar au fost bune.

Mihaela acum 5 ani - 19 Ianuarie 2013 17:52

Re: Muffins cu afine

Astazi am incercat reteta de briose dar cu visine. au iesit foarte bune. Fetitei mele i-au placut foarte mult. Multumesc pentru retetele gustoase.

Ioana acum 5 ani - 2 Aprilie 2013 19:46

Re: Muffins cu afine

Am facut azi muffins. Sunt extraordinare. Am pus in loc de esenta de vanilie batonel si au iesit delicioase. Multumim frumos pt reteta!

dina acum 5 ani - 3 Mai 2013 16:54

Re: Muffins cu afine

Am ramas frumos satisfacuta,iti multumesc din suflet pentru aceasta receta,chiar au iesit minunat de pufoase.

CrisGabe acum 5 ani - 19 Mai 2013 23:29

Re: Muffins cu afine

foarte tare site'ul tau. inca nu am facut deloc Muffins. dar le vad pe la tine si TV, musai sa incerc si eu. sunt fericita ca te-am gasit.Multumim pt. ceea ce faci si pentru noi. afisandu'le pe acesta pagina a ta..multumim , cu drag Cristina. : *

olga acum 5 ani - 28 Iulie 2013 20:27

Re: Muffins cu afine

Le-am facut pana acum cu gem de diferite feluri, acum am luat affine proaspete (pt.gem) si abia am asteptat sa vad cum sunt dupa reteta originala.
Sunt extraordinare.

Esti minunata, Ioana draga, iar eu iti multumesc din suflet.

Adriana acum 4 ani - 17 Martie 2014 11:04

Re: Muffins cu afine

Nici nu mai stiu de cate ori am facut aceasta reteta.
Ne plac la nebunie!
Multumim, Ioana!

Veronica acum 4 ani - 16 Aprilie 2014 12:25

Re: Muffins cu afine

se poate inlocui laptele batut cu lapte smplu ?

Ioana acum 4 ani - 16 Aprilie 2014 12:37

Re: Muffins cu afine

nu, laptele batut e mai gros decat laptele normal. poti inlocui cu iaurt mai slab.

Natalia acum 3 ani - 5 Octombrie 2014 10:47

Re: Muffins cu afine

Am reusit sa fac briosele cu a fine, au iesit fff bune.Multumesc

Alina acum 3 ani - 24 Ianuarie 2015 03:05

Re: Muffins cu afine

Foarte bune briosele si pufoase. Multumesc, Ioana!

Ana Partas acum un an - 6 Noiembrie 2016 18:57

Re: Muffins cu afine

sunt acum la dieta, dar tot mi-era pofta de muffins. M-am inspirat din reteta ta, si am facut si ceva modificari (am folosit faina de grau integral, am pus mai putin zahar si nu am pus deloc ou). Nu au crescut la mijloc, probabil din cauza lipsei oualelor, dar nu ma deranjeaza. Au fost delicioase!

Mihaela acum un an - 12 Iulie 2017 15:46

Re: Muffins cu afine

Buna, mi-au placut la nebunie aceste muffins si am vrut sa te intreb daca e posibil de facut exact dupa aceasta reteta, dar in varianta de chec? Ar trebui de schimbat doar durata coacerii sau si temperatura?

Ioana acum un an - 13 Iulie 2017 09:18

Re: Muffins cu afine

doar durata, cam spre 45 minute, dar il verifici.

am o reteta foarte buna de chec cu afine, fara praf de copt, aici: [link]

Mihaela acum un an - 14 Iulie 2017 15:37

Re: Muffins cu afine

Thank you! Intradevar arata bine si reteta checului

Ana acum un an - 22 August 2017 11:17

Re: Muffins cu afine

Buna.As dori sa stiu daca in loc de unt pot folosi untura de porc?daca se poate in locui untul si la alte retete cu untura?

Gabi acum 30 minute - 24 Septembrie 2018 13:01

Re: Muffins cu afine

Ioana, am facut recent o reteta de chec din albus in care am pus fructele congelate (nedezghetate, nedate prin faina) si a iesit foarte bine. Crezi ca se aplica si la aceste muffins sau era din pricina compozitiei de bezea care le tinea mai bine?

Ioana acum 17 minute - 24 Septembrie 2018 13:13

Re: Muffins cu afine

depinde mult de compozitie, cu cat e mai usor sau mai lichid, cu atata sunt sanse mari sa se scufunde fructele. de asemenea e prefeabil sa fie date prin faina/amidon fructele care lasa lichid mult (afine, zmeura). cum s-au simtit fructele in checul tau, coapte si gustoase? se mai intampla ca daca fructele nu sunt coapte inainte de congelare sa nu lase asa mult lichid.
in plus, am observat ca murele sau afinele de cultura nu-mi lasa lichid asa mult ca cele de padure.

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