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Eggless Blueberry Yogurt Muffins: super easy, delicious, and family favorite recipe of moist and eggless blueberry muffins using yogurt that’s bursting with berry flavor.
Come summers and these muffins are my favorite go-to breakfast or snack. Bursting with berry flavors and extremely soft and spongy.
They go extremely well with fresh coffee, tea, lemonade, or just a glass of water. And the best part – Make them once and they can last in the fridge for up to 2-3 days or unless gone 🙂
The ingredients are simple and easily found in any home (check the recipe card below for exact ingredients and process):
For our convenience, I always divide the steps into two main categories:
Mixing Dry Ingredients:
Sieve together flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt together.
Mixing Wet Ingredients with Dry:
We coat all the blueberries with 3 tbsp of flour and keep them aside (This helps blueberries to hold shape while baking and not become all watery).
Now, whisk together sugar, oil, yogurt and vinegar together for 2 minutes.
Add the dry ingredients slowly and fold the mixture together to incorporate air and even mixing. (don’t over-mix as that results in runny batter or tight muffins).
Add in the floured blueberry and fold everything slowly.
Transfer to a muffin pan and bake for 20 minutes at 375F.
Remove and insert a toothpick in the center of any muffin to check for doneness.
Let this cool and serve fresh.
The muffins go very well with hot beverages or plain lemonade or even lemon teas.
You can add a streusel to the muffins if you like them and bake accordingly.
You can even add some ‘poppy seeds’ or almonds to it while making the batter.
You can even add 2-3 tbsp of ‘cornmeal’ for that extra texture and taste.
Can even add whisked ‘cream cheese + sugar’ on top before baking.
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