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Blueberry Muffins Dangerously Delicious

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I was holding back this Blueberry Muffins recipe for a while. I have been enjoying these moist and dangerously delicious muffins secretly with my family, and have to admit that these muffins are filled with awesomeness!

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I personally have these muffins with a big glass of cold milk. Hubby likes it with coffee, but either way, you just don’t want to stop having one after the other.

Making Heavenly Blueberry Muffins.

When you bake something as good as these divine Blueberry Muffins, your house will smell heavenly, but what about the texture?? In one of the steps I mix blueberries with cornstarch, this step does crazy magic. It makes the parts with blueberries tastes like blueberry pudding. I’m not kidding!

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So imagine this, you bite into a muffin, go through a moist and delicious cake, and then get hit by blueberry pudding like texture. You have no idea what this flavor party is like until you try it.

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Although this is a muffin recipe and usually muffins go dry the next day. This recipe is for muffins that stay moist up to three days if stored in airtight container.

Blueberry muffins recipe.

Don’t just go by what I’m saying here, go to the kitchen make some blueberry muffins!

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, and if you happen to make any of my recipes, please post the picture and mention me in your post, or use this hashtag #Arinacooking. I would love to see your creation.

A confession: These muffins need no glaze. The glaze was  for picture taking purpose only!

6 Comments

  1. These look so cute and delish ♥

  2. Love the tender crumb and blueberry here…another excellent creation, Muna.

  3. These look delicious! I wish buttermilk was available where I live, because then I’d totally do this.

    • Arinacooking

      Hi Camilla, thanks for stopping by, and you can still make these muffins by making homemade buttermilk in a minute. Add two tablespoon white vinegar to 3/4 cup milk leave it aside for one minute or two, then use it as buttermilk. hope this helped 🙂