Quick Gluten Free Blueberry Muffins are wonderful as part of a healthy and quick breakfast. The recipe can easily be doubled and the muffins can be frozen for later use.
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I love both fresh blueberries and muffins. Often times I will have a muffin and scrambled eggs for breakfast or I will just have a muffin as a mid-day snack. This particular recipe has been in my recipe box for years and is a great gluten free standard muffin recipe. You can simply leave out the blueberries for just a plain muffin or you can substitute the blueberries with fresh Bing cherries, fresh chopped apricots, dried pineapple chunks, etc… just use your imagination!
In addition, feel free to add additional ingredients like Bing cherries, fresh chopped apricots, dried pineapple chunks, and more.
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The mixture will be super dense and super thick and therefore you can be generous filling your muffin tin.
Bake at 350 degrees for 25 – 30 minutes, or until golden brown on top and a toothpick comes out ‘clean’ when inserted into the center of the muffins.
Allow the muffins to cool for 15 minutes, run a table knife around the edges to loosen the muffins from the muffin tin, then gently remove from pan and place on a cooling rack or cutting board. I placed my muffins on a large wooden cutting board with a sheet of waxed paper and allowed them to cool completely before storing them in an airtight container. The muffins freeze well so when you need a quick breakfast, just grab one out of the freezer and heat.
As you know, the presentation of food can be just as important as its taste! Therefore, owning a great set of ceramic dessert plates is a good idea.
I recently purchased a cute set and fell in love with them the moment I saw them.
Another idea is to serve Quick Gluten Free Blueberry Muffins with a pad of butter and/or blueberry jam!
These muffins are absolutely delicious and your taste buds will say, “Thank you!”
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