Saturday, July 27, 2013

Blueberry Coconut Muffins

My dad's blueberry bushes are producing some yummy fruit right now and so I just had to make some muffins.  Thankfully the weather was cool enough for baking.  I made a batch of regular blueberry muffins for everyone else and then a batch of gluten free ones for myself.  I keep them in a covered plastic box in the freezer and heat them up one by one as needed.

This is the recipe I used: Gluten Free Fruit Muffins.  It is the tried and true recipe from King Arthur that I love.  I skip the streusel topping as it is just not necessary.  So for these I added 1 and 1/2 cups blueberries and then, on a whim, I added about 3/4 cup of flaked coconut.  The muffins turned out perfectly!  Perhaps your family would enjoy them, too.


  1. Anonymous5:51 PM

    Thank you for including the link to the gluten-free muffins. My husband prefers gluten-free and I don't have much experience baking this way. The coconut sounds yummy with the blueberries!

  2. Seems this is a good year for blueberries everywhere Mrs T. My hubs loves a parfait made of vanilla Greek yogurt, granola and blueberries. I exchange the blueberries for strawberries and bananas. Oh I am hungry!! ;)

  3. Dear Mrs. T...I am so enjoying both of your "spaces" ... so much good reading and so much to look at! I am looking forward to my quiet time this afternoon ... grab my cup of tea and sit down and start from the beginning of all that you have shared here. It may take me a while to go through it all ... but oh how nice that will be. I hope that your week is filled with sweet pleasures and simple blessings! Hugs ♥ Teri

  4. What a nice group of ladies is gathered around my kitchen table!! It is so nice to see you all here.

    Gina-- the King Arthur website has great info on baking gluten free. It might be a good place for you to start in learning more about it. They have lots of recipes and I highly recommend them.

    Arlene -- those parfait ideas are making me hungry! Too bad I am out of granola, but I just might have the vanilla Greek yogurt (love that stuff!) with blueberries anyway! Thanks for sharing!

    Teri -- welcome!! I'm glad you have found your way here and I hope you enjoy all that you read. As you noted, it probably will take you some time to get through it, but I hope you find some encouraging thoughts, some new recipes and some fun craft and decorating ideas along the way.

    God bless you all!


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