Sometimes you are just craving a blueberry muffin but they thought of making a whole batch seems like too much. I love small batch muffin recipe because you get freshly baked muffins but it only makes 6 muffins worth.
Why do these blueberry muffins have greek yogurt?
The greek yogurt in this recipe helps keep the muffins moist and not dry out. The flavor of the yogurt also gives it a little tangy flavor to offset some of the sweetness. You can use any type of plain greek yogurt, non fat or full fat both work here.
How to store blueberry muffins?
Once your muffins are baked, store them in an airtight container. I usually put them in a glass food storage container. You can also put them in zip top bags. Store them at room temperature. The should stay good for about 4 days.
Do I need to make the crumb topping?
You don’t have to make the crumb topping. It adds a great texture to the top of the muffin, but it isn’t necessary. If you decide to skip this step, you don’t need to change anything else. Still bake the muffins for the same amount of time.
Should I use fresh or frozen blueberries in muffins?
Fresh blueberries are better when making blueberry muffins. The flavor will be the same if you use fresh or frozen. The only difference is that frozen blueberries tend to bleed when mixed in. This can turn your batter a purple color. If you use frozen just make sure to not over mix your blueberries and the batter should be fine!