Blueberry-Cornmeal Muffins

The crunch of cornmeal is a nice counterpoint to the juicy burst of blueberries in these tender muffins. If organic wild blueberries or huckleberries are available fresh or frozen in your market, they are a wonderful stand-in for cultivated blueberries. These wild fruits are smaller and have thinner skins than their domestic kin. To keep the berries from sinking to the bottom of the muffins, toss them in a sieve with 1 Tbs. flour before adding them to the batter. If using frozen berries, add them without thawing or they will exude a lot of juice.
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Review 1 for Blueberry-Cornmeal Muffins
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WyoWindblown
Casper, Wyoming
September 3, 2012
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Good alternative Bluberry muffin
September 3, 2012
These muffins come out as sort af a standard blueberry muffin-cornbread hybrid. They aren't quite as sweet as I was expecting, but that ended up making them a nice foil for fresh fruit, rather than being overpoweringly sugary. I won't replace my favorite standard BB muffin recipe with this one, but we like having these occasionally when a less-sweet version is needed.
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Autumn23
February 9, 2012
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Perfect Morning Snack
February 9, 2012
I made these muffins on a morning off. Easy to prepare and great taste. I added a little honey to the wet ingredients for a bit more sweetness