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Healthy Blueberry Muffins

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Serves 1 - 15 Muffins

Healthy Take on Blueberry muffins with a Fruits of the Forest Twist - these are very light perfect for a quick breakfast or snack (or both!!)

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Ingredients

  • 250g Self Raising Flour
  • 125g Golden Caster Sugar (Or Soft Light Brown Sugar)
  • 1Tsp Bicarbonate of Soda
  • 25g Blueberries
  • 2 Free Range Medium Eggs
  • 3Tbsp Vegetable Oil (Or Sunflower)
  • 100ml Skimmed Milk
  • 125g Pot Activia Fruits of the Forest Fat Free Yoghurt
  • 40g Onken Fat Free Natural Yoghurt

Method

    1. Preheat the oven to 200C/Fan 180C / Gas mark 6 and line Muffin Trays with Cases
    2. Sieve the flour & Bicarbonate of soda into a mixing bowl, Stir in the caster Sugar & Blueberries
    3. In a Jug measure the milk out and mix in the oil, Fruits of Forest Yoghurt(any flavour can be used), Natural yoghurt, oil and the eggs, mix together
    4. Make a well in the flour & sugar mix and pour in the liquid
    5. Mix together with a metal spoon - be careful not to over mix as muffins will become tough
    6. Distrubute the mixture between the muffin cases - makes approximately 15 Muffins depending on the size of your muffin cases
    7. Place in the centre of the preheated oven for approximatley 10 mins - turn trays around after 5 mins
    8. When the 10 minutes is up - insert a cocktail stick into the muffins and if it comes out clean they are ready
    9. Once Ready remove from oven and place muffins on a cooling rack - Leave to cool slightly before enjoying
    10. Approx Nutritional Values per Serving:
    11. 101 Calories, 12g Carbs, 3g Fat, 0g Sat Fat, 2g protein, 3g Sugars

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Emzy88
15th Jan, 2017
Great recipe! I used just 0% fat plain natural yoghurt instead of flavoured yoghurt and added a teaspoon of vanilla extract - was soooo good and they are so light! Easy and quick to make as well.
helens.dancing
3rd Jan, 2014
Very nice recipe! I added in some lemon juice and rind too, and it made them lovely and fresh in taste. Thanks!!! :) X.
emillar16
16th Oct, 2012
Definitely 125g of blueberries. These are delicious and so easy to make. I also tried them with hazelnut yogurt and 100g of chopped chocolate. My seventeen year old son won't let anyone else have share they are so good.
annarob
29th Sep, 2012
I think the recipe should read 125g of blueberries rather than 25g. I used the larger amount and this seemed about right. I also sprinkled the top with a cinnamon/sugar mixture since the mixture looked a bit grey and unappealing (I think due to the coloured yogurt that went into it) before I put it into the oven, and this seemed to help. They turned out very tasty!
franky52
2nd Jun, 2011
my hubby loved them and my grandson so good
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