I don’t normally share recipes, every now and then we find something that is just too good to keep to ourselves! I ran into the sweetest lady at the grocery store last week who was behind me in line, after the girls started talking to her & asked her name, we began talking while we waited & somehow got on the topic of her favorite blueberry streusel muffins (I was buying blueberries & cupcake liners, as always). She jotted it down for me, we made them the other morning & they were a huge hit! So while it is just about freezing outside, we are making them again today, eating them warm with maybe just a bit of butter on them & hope you will love them too!!
PS. The muffins are served here in my favorite muffin pan of all time, which is on major sale today with a extra 40% off at Anthro, along with the matching rolling pin & these booties that I have been eyeing forever & got at such a steal this morning! A happy Tuesday, indeed!! 😉
Blueberry Streusel Muffins
2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 tsp. salt
3 tsp. baking powder
2 large eggs
1 cup sugar
1 cup greek yogurt
1/2 cup canola oil
1 tsp vanilla
2 cups blueberries (fresh or frozen/thawed)
1 cup flour
1 cup flour
2/3 cup sugar
1 stick of salted butter (softened)
1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees & line muffin pan with paper liners
2. In a large bowl, mix together flour, baking powder & salt.
3. In another bowl, whisk eggs & sugar together. Add yogurt, oil & vanilla.
4. Add wet ingredients into dry ingredients & combine well.
5. Gently fold blueberries into mixture & set aside.
6. For streusel topping, combine flour, sugar & melted butter, stir with a fork until crumbly.
7. Divide muffin mix into paper liners (2/3 full), sprinkle streusel topping evenly on top of each muffin until it is all used.
8. Bake for approximately 16-18 minutes or until golden brown.37
Brittany Veronee says
My husband is a HUGE chocolate fan. I've been wanting to find a good recipe for something chocolate to make for him. Any suggestions or good recipes?
Rachel Emily says
We are snowed in today and have some blueberries we need to use up so it looks like these will be on the menu 🙂
Does the recipe make a dozen muffins?
Michelle B says
How did you know I've been craving blueberry muffins!?
How many muffins does this recipe make? A dozen?
Sarah Karp says
Yummy! Do you think applesauce could be used instead of oil?
After reading your post I had to make these! They are the prettiest muffins I have ever made and taste amazing! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Looks so yummy!! Can't wait to try.
Stephanie Hansbury says
The muffins look amazing! How many does the recipe make?
Brittney Hjelseth says
I will have to try these! I have a favorite blueberry muffin recipe that I just made last week 🙂 You'll have to try them!
katie snead says
People that can memorize recipes off the top of their head, BLOW MY MIND! The only recipes I can remember include….open can, add a handful, top with cheese…..done! One day I will need to step up my game on this! I think it is mandatory to be a grandma and have these things memorized!
Amanda Klein says
Adorable pan. Anthro for the win! Also, I love that I already have everything on hand to make that recipe 🙂
Erica Snell says
So excited to make these tonight! Heading to the store to get ingredients before a big snow storm so we can cuddle up tomorrow morning and eat them! Thanks so much for sharing!
Sarah Karp says
Looks delicious! Do you think I could substitute apple sauce for the oil?
with love, Emily says
These sound delicious! How many muffins does this recipe make?
So funny! I made blueberry muffins yesterday & was so disappointed with how they turned out. I needed this recipe yesterday! And I think that Anthro muffin tin def makes them so much better too!
Castro Party of 3 says
I always do!
Awesome recipe!!! My hubby and twins approve!! Also, just wanted to mention I didn't have greek yogurt so I used sour cream and it worked great!!
It should be fine to substitute. I do applesauce all the time instead of oil!
Looks amazing, will try this recipe next time I make blueberry muffins. Thanks!
Kari Forsthoefel says
Thanks for the recipe! Made these this morning, also ditched 1/2 the oil for applesauce, and they were delicious! 🙂
Paige Hutt says
I wish I could post a picture of how my muffins turned out! I'm dying of laughter they look so terrible haha! I'm telling myself the recipe isn't high altitude (Colorado) compatible! Even though I'm sure that's not the case!! #iwilltryagain
I'm making them now and it probably makes 18-24 depending on how big you make them.
Great to know! I don't have Greek yogurt on hand, but really want to make these today! Thanks for sharing.
These look great! I just love blueberry's
Laura Carter says
These look amazing! I can't have dairy, but want to try these. Any ideas of what I could sub the yogurt for? Thanks!
Rachel Baran says
We've made these twice now! So yummy & fun to bake with my toddler 🙂 thanks for the recipe.
My family and I agree that these are the BEST blueberry muffins we’ve ever had! We’ll definitely be making them again. Also, I feel like a little fresh lemon juice and zest in the batter would be so good too. But loved the recipe as is, thanks so much for sharing <3 They made 12 regular size muffins for those that asked…