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Monday, 26 May 2014

Blueberries Almond Muffin

When Jessie of Jessie-CookingMoments posted her Raspberries Blueberries Muffins weeks ago, not only the ingredients that captivated me but after reading her opening 1st paragraph, I just had a laugh and I know this muffin must be real good that the Hippomama's grandma keep coming back asking more for this muffins.

I always love blueberries and almond meal in my bakes and if I have all the ingredients in my fridge, I will not hesitate to bake this immediately.

And guess what, at this post, this is already my 2nd bake for this delicious muffins;  only thing is I only have blueberries in my fridge, so no raspberries in it.  As I have baked Blueberries Muffin before, and I do not want to confused with the same title of Blueberries Muffin, so I named this as Blueberries Almond Muffin instead.




Blueberry Almond Muffins 
Recipe Source & text copy from Jessie-CookingMoments with changes 

Ingredients 
150g Low Gluten Flour, sifted
140g Unsalted Butter, room temperature
120g Caster Sugar
60g Cream (35% Fat)
40g Almond Meal
4g Baking Powder
1g Salt
2 Eggs (about 60g each)
2tbsp Fresh Milk
120g Frozen Blueberries, lightly thawed
Fine Zest of 1 Lemon 

Method:
1. Mix flour, almond meal, baking powder & salt in a clean bowl.
2. Preheat oven to 160C. Line muffin pan with cupcake liners.
3. Beat butter & sugar until light & fluffy. Add eggs, one at a time. Add cream & lemon zest. 
    Mix well.
4. Add flour mixture & milk. Mix well on each addition.
5. Fold in the blueberries.
6. Spoon the muffin mixture into the cupcake liners until 80% full.
7. Bake for about 30 minutes.


Well, needless for me to say, as this is my 2nd baked in a row, these muffins are really yummy and delicious.  But if you are not into cakes that are creamy and buttery in texture, I don't know if you will like it ...  well, I really do absolutely crazily LOVE IT!!  Because the texture is something like my top favourite cake ~ Tish Boyle's Plainly Perfect Pound Cake

Thank you Jessie.







20 comments:

  1. neither can i resist blueberries and almond meal! plus texture like TB's pound cake? that's ultra bonus! bookmarked for sure

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  2. Hi Mel! I definitely love cakes that are creamy and buttery which means that I must bake these muffins!

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  3. Heading to the kitchen now! I know this will taste totally fabulicious! Just like how gorgeous it looks! I might have to replace the cream with milk.. am loathe to open a whole carton of cream for it.. fingers crossed it'll work and taste just as good ^^

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  4. I have never tried baking with almond meal, reading about how good it is from you, i think i must give it a try soon :)

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  5. The fragrance of almond meal, butter and cream ... can't resist. Think I could have 3 muffins at 1 go ! Yummy!

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  6. Mel, I also bookmarked this recipe when I saw Jessie posted it. Your muffins looks delicious to me too. Nice shots especially the first photo :-)

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  7. I love berries in my bakes too. These muffins look really good, bookmarked! :D

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  8. This is a beautiful blueberry almond muffin and it can be very healthy! We are going to serve this as a Memorial Day treat for our dieting group tonight. The blueberries are beautiful and they cause great weight loss, this is a healthy muffin with those blueberries. Click my name to see.

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  9. You and Jessie both also love this muffin, the taste must be very suit both of you.

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  10. hi mel, these muffins already sound like a delicious treat and you know, i actually hv intention baking that tish boyle's pound cake..was just looking at that recipe few days ago!

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  11. They look and sound very good!

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  12. Hi Mel,
    Have seen this at Jessie's and this looks wonderful! And I do agree with you on Tish Boyle's pound cake, it is yummy! I am a fan of Tish Boyle and love her bakes!

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  13. Hi Mel,
    This muffins look pretty! I bet they are yummy too!
    I love almond meal in my bakes too. Would like to try this one day.
    mui

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  14. Hi Mel,

    I'm the sure that the addition of almond meal in these muffins must be making them very moist. I love to try this recipe too :D

    Zoe

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  15. I love blueberries muffins. These look really great because of the almond meal which makes it more nutritious and flavourful.

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  16. Ha you reminded me that I have a punnet of blueberries sitting in my fridge. Lovely muffins

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  17. Hi Mel,

    How many muffins can you make with this recipe?

    Thank you
    Ling

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    1. Hi Ling
      My muffin size is standard size and this recipe yields about 12.

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