Light and fluffy gluten free muffins made without any refined sugars. These muffins have a subtle maple flavor pairing perfectly with the blueberries. Blueberry Maple Muffins are the perfect back to school breakfast.
The end of August is here! Fall flavors are in the air but it still feels like summer outside. These muffins are perfect for when you’re trying to transition the seasons. Light and fluffy, loaded with blueberries and a hint of maple syrup! The best way to start your day!
I love muffins, but I think everyone can agree blueberry is the classic flavor when it comes to muffins. They’re just so tasty! I recently received a copy of Three Days To Perfection: Gluten Free European Style Without The Travel by one of my favorite bloggers GF Mom Certified. If you’ve been missing croissants this is the book for you. In this book she also provides a pastry flour recipe. I had some left over after making the croissants so I used it to make these muffins. They were easiest the lightest and fluffiest gluten free muffins I’ve ever had. In fact, I gave some to a friend and she said I should sell the muffins, they were that good! I have a feeling I will be making this flour blend in bulk from now on!
These muffins have a full pint of blueberries in them, because the more blueberries the better. The first summer I met my boyfriend I was working as a pastry intern with my best friend. Every day he complained about there not being enough blueberries in the muffins. It was so annoying! We spent weeks calling him the Muffin Man behind his back, I never would image I’d being living with him seven years later! Every day was like the blueberry muffin scene in Casino, if you don’t know what the means watch this video! Well, these muffins were approved by my muffin man, so they must be good!
- 1¾ Cup Gluten Free Flour ( I used GF Mom Certified's Pastry Flour)
- Pinch Salt
- 2 tablespoons Baking Powder
- 2 Eggs
- ¼ cup Melted Ghee
- ½ cup Maple Syrup
- 1 Pint Blueberries
- Combine dry
- Add wet
- Fold in berries
- Bake at 400F about 20 minutes
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