These are moiste'st' and 'tender'est' muffins, I have made till date. I prefer these since they are not v sweet, so I make them with less sweet! Skip the egg and you have Eggless Blueberry Muffins, with no major changes to the recipe.

Make sure you make extra batch for your neighbors. I have to say that they will know anyway. How ? Start baking and 10 mins into the oven, the smell that engulfs the house is heavenly!Bet,it would bring the others to your place soon :-)

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  • Yields: Around 9-12 muffins
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 tbsp baking powder
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1/4 tsp Nutmeg
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 egg ( skip to make an eggless version )
  • 3/4 cup milk ( + 1/4 cup if skipping egg )
  • 3 tbsp Vegetable Oil ( make it into 5 tbsp if skipping egg )
  • 2 tsp cinnamon powder
  • 2 tbsp granulated sugar for sprinkling
  • 2/3 cup blueberries ( defrosted if frozen)

Preheat Oven 375F. Grease muffin pan with PAM Spray/Butter.Mix all the ingredients except Blueberries and granulated sugar till smooth.


Add the berries,stir well

3. and spoon the mixture into the cups,filling them 2/3rds full. I wanted small ones for some kids so filled only half of them. Bake them till a skewer inserted in the center comes out clean. This takes approx 20-30 min depending on your oven.

Let the muffins cool in the cups and then place them on a wire rack to cool further. You can later lightly warm them when serving.

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By Natalie on Aug 1, 2013

Lovely and moist and didnt taste 'different' at all. I used soy milk, frozen blueberries and added 1/4 cup of dairy free choc drops. Also put them in the smallest patty pans and baked for 15 mins. I expect that they will be a hit at my daughters birthday party!


By Nancy on Oct 3, 2014

Another great addition to blueberry muffins is the zest of a lemon, about a tsp to start (adding more in the future if you desire a more lemony taste). I also add cinnamon to my blueberry muffins.

By MS on Apr 8, 2014

Hi Dk is there a special reason you have for not lining the muffin pans and pouring the batter directly into the pan?

By Ida on Jan 29, 2013

i tried this and was a success!yummy!thank!

By grandma21 on Jan 26, 2013

My grandsons birthday is on Sunday, his request is bluberry muffins, instead of husband is allergic to eggs and I have tried other substutions that didn't taste very good, so I am anxious to try these today. Can the recipe be doubled?

By sugarsugarcraver on Jan 20, 2013

Making them now :-D is it ok if I used spelt flour instead? hope it is :-|

By Krithika on Apr 16, 2011

Hi, i made this today. The blueberries started bleeding in about 20 minutes but the muffins were not done yet. so had to leave it for another 10 mins, by which time lot of blueberry juice oozed out. wat cud ve been the reason? Thanks!!

By viji on Jul 27, 2010

hi, i want to confirm is that 1 tbsp baking powder or 1 tsp baking powder? 1tbsp seem to be large quantity..

By Hema on Feb 18, 2010

I made these Blueberry muffins this morning and it came out really well. Thanks for the recipe :-D

By Kalai on Jan 28, 2008

Man, I looooooooooove blueberry muffins. Never tried with cinnamon, though. Sounds great! So, where do you live? I'll be dropping by for some muffins! Just kidding, don't worry. ;)

By Laavanya on Jan 28, 2008

They look so cute and perfect DK! How i wish you were my neighbour.

By Lisa on Jan 28, 2008

Blueberries are one of my very favorite treats. I like the addition of cinnamon in this beautiful recipes. I also like that you can include the egg or skip it without altering the recipe.

By Anamika:The Sugarcrafter on Jan 28, 2008

hi dk
blueberry and cinnamon must have given a delectable flavour and the aroma must have pervaded everywhere. will try one of these days.
Thanks for passing by...

By TBC on Jan 27, 2008

Gorgeous looking muffins! I especially like the blueberry part.:)

By Sagari on Jan 27, 2008

those are one yummy looking muffins divya

By Asha on Jan 27, 2008

Eat your muffins and have fun dear dear D!:D

By Vcuisine on Jan 26, 2008

They are cute Divya. Viji

By Red Chillies on Jan 26, 2008

Perfect! Bookmarked. I love muffins and cakes with my tea and that too eggless one. Thanks DK

By Rajitha on Jan 26, 2008

only probblem is..i may eat the whole batch! looks great

By Dhivya on Jan 26, 2008

hey these muffins looks great...its yummy...keep doing ur great work and thanks for dropping by

By Happy cook on Jan 26, 2008

Oh wish i ws you neighbour. Then for sure i would have got a chance to taste these delicious muffins.

By bindiya on Jan 26, 2008

Dhivya what divine muffins!,thanks for such a cool entry!!

By Siri on Jan 25, 2008

Wish I was there with u Dhivi , when u were making these yummo muffins..

Now that I am commenting on each n every post of urs.. I am running out of words da.. If I just say "YummO" or "Awesome".. blah blah.. U will feel bad. hehehe.. right?..;)

~ Siri

By Richa on Jan 25, 2008

if skipping the egg, no other substitute is reqd? wow!

By Jeena on Jan 25, 2008

These look lovely DK. I like my sweets not overly sweet just like you. :-)

By Mansi Desai on Jan 25, 2008

nice one DK! and thanks for reminding me about BIndiya's event:) will wait for your swiss roll:)

By Pooja on Jan 25, 2008

your comment on my blog bring me here.
you have nice blog here, keep the good work going on .
you also can participate in the event , you still have tomorrow left to send the entry if u wish to be a part of it.
btw, that video is my fav too, i loved it too much. Stay tuned...