Blueberry Muffins, bakery style with sugar and oats.

Blueberry Muffins, Better Than A Bakery

One of my biggest regrets in life are all of the years I spent thinking I didn’t like blueberries. For years I would avoid them and pick them out of anything they were in. It’s a tragedy to think of all the years I could have been eating these better than a bakery blueberry muffins. I would know, considering I run one, and you can find out more about that here .

These are a game changer.

They have a perfect balance of being sweet, but not so sweet that they are really just a cupcake. They are filled with giant bursts of roasted blueberries, and topped with crunchy crystal sugar and rolled oats (optional). Everyone who eats one says that they are the best blueberry muffins that they have ever tasted. You will be absolutely obsessed with them.

Blueberry Muffins, bakery style with sugar and oats.

What Makes them So amazing?

Honestly, the amazing thing about these is that they are a perfect balance of such simple ingredients. There is nothing inherently “special” inside of them. No top secret, expensive ingredients. Just a blend of simple things done incredibly well.

Let’s Break it down.

  • Cake Flour- Gets airier and rises higher than All Purpose flour.
  • Granulated Sugar- Provides our sweetness.
  • Baking Powder- Gives these blueberry muffins incredible rise and domed tops.
  • Salt- Keeps our batter moist and enhances the natural flavors.
  • Oil- Our moisture and fat aspect. Keeps these muffins light and fluffy.
  • Eggs- A binder, and also provides rise and fat.
  • Buttermilk- A must in almost all of my recipes. Gives a tad of vinegar and acid which keeps our crumbs soft and delicate.
  • Vanilla Extract- Provides depth of flavor.
  • Vinegar- extra moisture and delicacy.
  • Almond Extract- Optional, but recommended for a distinct flavor.

So there you have it.

Just simple, clean, balanced ingredients that are guaranteed to please any palette. Give these better than a bakery blueberry muffins a try, and when you do, remember. Never let what someone else brings to the table be the only thing you have to eat.

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