I LOVE breakfast at home with my family! So I decided to make a cup of coffee and look up some blueberry muffin recipes. I wanted to make some muffins for little man also that he can start eating at breakfast with his oatmeal.
I found two great recipes, so I wanted to share them with you! The first one was for us and the second one is for babies who can’t eat “grown-up” foods (B is 9.5 months).
1. To Die For Blueberry Muffins – These are SOOO good. Yes, the cinnamon struesel topping sure does make them yummy. I want to note that the batter is extremely thick (almost like cookie dough). I thought I had done something wrong, but they turned out great. Also, my “crumbly struesel” was not crumbly, but creamy??? So I just dropped some dollups on top of the batter and it was still so good. It may seem creamier on top when they’re done baking, but take them out when the inside is done (use a toothpick). I baked them on 395 degrees (our oven cooks faster I think) for 23 minutes.
|This is what our muffins looked like. Umm, yes four muffins are gone! They were so good I didn’t even wait to take a picture! A little hard to get out since the ooey gooey goodness overflowed, but they still came out in one piece.
2. Easy Baby Blueberry Muffins – I’m not really sure why it says easy. They weren’t hard, but they weren’t any different than a typical recipe. I forgot to add the brown sugar in this recipe…oops. They still seemed to bake normally and good thing B doesn’t know what sugar taste like. We’ll see if he likes them! Oh and I used fresh blueberries, not frozen.
|These are baby’s muffins! Poor guy…definitely not as good looking as ours, but he’ll be in Heaven. I mean c’mon, it’s gotta be better than breastmilk and pureed fruits/veggies.
There ya have it! Hope your Sunday morning was as good as mine!
|He stuffed his face with these!
|Apparently these muffins don’t need brown sugar to taste good to a baby