It is that time of the year again when the blueberries start to show up in the grocery stores and the produce markets. I live in Florida (most of the time) and we have access to some of the best locally grown blueberries there are. I am currently out running around in the Rocky Mountains, so my berry of choice here is the huckleberry.
When I can get fresh blueberries, however, they go right into a fresh batch of muffins. There is nothing like the taste of a plump blueberry in a sweet muffin. I have tried a number of recipes over the years, but the best recipe is always the simplest. Be sure and start with washed, fresh blueberries from your local farmer’s market to make the best muffins.
Here is an amazingly simple blueberry muffin recipe from Cully’s Kitchen.
All you need is milk, eggs, butter, flour, sugar, vanilla, baking powder, salt and wonderful fresh blueberries. It’s very easy to make.
While we are talking about blueberries, here is my blueberry counted cross stitch pattern that is a perfect addition to any kitchen. It will remind you of those fresh muffins all year round.
- Fabric: 14 count Aida
- Counted Cross Stitch
- Stitches: 200 x 92
- Size: 14.29 x 6.57 inches or 36.29 x 16.69 cm
- Colors: DMC
- Count: 79 and much lower counts
Just looking at those muffins makes me hungry!
Enjoy the pattern and the recipe,
Julie and Blu
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