6 January 2014

Blackberry muffins (muffins de moras)

 
 

This récipe  is  especially for all of  you are freezing in the North of the world . made with frozen blackberries so don't worry about fresh berries, these blackberries had months! lol

Sometimes is difficult choose some  recipe, I have a lot ! especially from berries, but I love this.

Source: Eat the love  ( a wonderful blog)






Ingredients

12 muffins

3/4 cup (115 g) whole wheat flour
3/4 cup (105 g) all purpose flour
1/2 cup (60 g) almond meal (ground almonds)
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
3 tablespoons  butter, at room temperature
1/4 cup + 2 tablespoons (75 g) white granulated sugar, divided

2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1/3 cup honey

1 egg
3/4 cup buttermilk or yogurt
1 1/2 cups frozen  blackberries

Method



 Preheat an oven to  180 °(350 F) and spray a regular muffin tin with cooking oil.

Place the flours, almond meal, baking soda, baking powder and  salt in a medium mixing bowl. Using  whisk,  stir the dry ingredients together until uniform in color.

 Place the butter and,  1/4 cup sugar in the bowl of a standing mixer fitted with the paddle attachment.
Reserve the remaining  2 tablespoons of sugar for later.
 Beat the butter,  sugar and vanilla, together on medium speed until creamy. Add the  honey and egg and beat to incorporate between additions.
 Add half the dry ingredients to the muffin batter and beat on medium to incorporate.
 Add the buttermilk to the batter and beat to incorporate. Add the remaining dry ingredients and beat to incorporate. Gently fold the blackberries to the batter using a large flexible spatula, trying not to break the blackberries too much. Divide the batter into the muffin tin..
 Sprinkle the reserved  sugar over the muffins.
 Bake for 18-20 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the middle of a muffin comes out clean. Let cool in the pan for 15 minutes then unmold and let cool completely on wire rack.


Enjoy with a cup of tea or coffe:)











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EN ESPAÑOL

Muffins con moras














Se ven pocas moras ahora, se han fijado? antes pasaban vendiendo por las casas, o las tomabamos nosotros mismos  en el sur y hacíamos mermelada o lo que fuera.
(El helado de moras es uno de mis predilectos)
Por eso siempre que encuentro moras las congelo y las hago cuando puedo, estas tienen mesas pero estaban estupendas, unos muffins con moras!

Ingredientes




83 comments:

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    1. Ha really I think woll be here Betsy lol
      Thanks Silver, you can eat with a cup of coffe of course!

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    2. Oh dear, I'm very late today!

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    3. Psst! Don't worry! you always come anyway!

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  2. They look fantastic, Gloria. Great that you can use frozen fruit. Can't wait to try them. :) ela

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    1. Thanks Ela the amazing of the frozen fruits you can make these when you want, any time!!!
      I love this récipe!
      xx

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  3. Gloria, We've had blueberry muffins, strawberry muffins, orange muffins, cranberry orange muffins, banana muffins, apple muffins...but we've never tried blackberry muffins. Thanks for the idea! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  4. They look delicious, Gloria! I want one right now! Yum!

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  5. Cupcakes galore, never tried blackberries before

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  6. Glorita! Todavía están verdes las moras en la mata, es verdad, cada vez es más difícil conseguirlas por que se han ido eliminando debido a que se les considera una plaga al ser muy invasivas. El helado de mora es realmente rico, pero tus cupcakes también!! besitos

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  7. Dear Gloria, A delicious and healthy muffin. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  8. Hola Gloria, quiero aprovechar de desearte un muy buen 2014 para ti y familia, lleno de salud, alegrías y muchas cosas buenas. Que rico muffins, yo también estoy tratando de usar más harina integral y la harina de almendras me encanta.
    Como le fue a tus hijos en la psu?
    cariños

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    1. Gracias Claudia! te mandé un mail:)

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  9. Estos son unos muffins que adoro y además son muy tuyos, muy canela kitchen ;)
    Un abrazo y buena semana

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  10. Lovely these muffins. A beautiful way to start the new year. The blackberry ones have always been my favourites.
    Happy new year Gloria! X

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  11. Mai mangiato i muffin con le more, devo essere buonissimi :)
    Un bacio

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  12. Hi Gloria..muffins were recently made here also:-)
    Blackberries are so good..I am sure you enjoyed them

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  13. hey i dont mind recipes that include berries at all...
    a nice warm muffin with butter...
    that would be a great start to the day

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  14. Delicious Gloria....
    Also...love your new header♥️
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  15. I just love a good berry recipe. There is something tasty and fresh about it.

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    1. Well dear you are in the perfect place I love berries!! Im happy you are here!!

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  16. I love muffins with fruit in them, these look yummy.

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  17. Oh Gloria, thank you for baking us warm and tasty blackberry muffins. It's so cold here they would be just perfect with a cup of tea:) I LOVE your header. It warmed me up as soon as I saw it:)

    Thank you so much for sharing, Gloria...

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    1. Louise always remember you are in Winter and this year I know especially cold!! Always a cup of tea or coffe will warm you dear!xxx

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  18. Lovely muffins, Gloria! I love berries!
    Have a nice day!

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  19. Love these black berry muffins with almond meals!

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  20. These are really tempting!
    Happy new year,dear!
    Kisses from Greece!

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  21. Happy new year Gloria!!!
    Un beso

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  22. It's crazy because it's freeeeeezing here in NC but I went to the market yesterday and bought fresh blackberries for so very cheap. I bought 3 baskets not know what I'd do with them but I couldn't resist the price. Your muffins sound just perfect :)

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    1. I believe you. Sometimes in Winter here I find the most amazing things (mangos, pineapples, some berries) and if are cheap I buy and freeze (still I have some mangos that I have to make something) Thanks Chris!!

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  23. I love it that they're with whole wheat flour!

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  24. Well Dezzy dear you can make with whole wheat flour, I think would be amazing!!

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  25. lovely muffin Gloria ! Have a nice week my dear, un abbraccio !

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  26. very nice, gloria! i like the crunch that the blackberry seeds provide. :)

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  27. Thank you for the warming muffins, Gloria :) I wish I had one with my afternoon tea now! They look beautiful and delicious.

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  28. It must be muffin season as everyone is baking muffins! Love these blackberry one yumm!!

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    1. maybe is the time!! :))I love blackberries!!

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  29. ho ho ho they look great ho ho ho

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    1. Thanks Santa!
      Ppsst! You work like Santa only at nigth??

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  30. Je prendrais volontiers avec mon café ce matin :) Bon mercredi Gloria!!xxx

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  31. Unas magdalenas deliciosas Gloria! y con moras que me encantan...Besos

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    1. Gracias Rosana me encantan las moras tambien!

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  32. I like muffins with any kind of berry...but never have used blackberries. These look great, Gloria!

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    1. Thanks Barbara really I love all berries:)

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  33. Beautiful little muffins!! Love them!

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  34. Fantastici, Gloria! Deliziosi con le more, complimenti :) Un forte abbraccio, kisses <3 <3 <3

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  35. I am obsessed with these!

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  36. Oh, I wish I could have one right now with my tea... Lovely!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  37. I love blackberries. Wonderful. And I use homemade almond meal in many of my bakes. Such a fun ingredient to play with.

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  38. Yes I love blackberries too!! Thanks dear!!

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  39. I agree that this would be comforting for the cold north! Next year I hope my berries produce enough to freeze for the winter!

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