Best Blueberry Streusel Muffins

Best Blueberry Streusel Muffins

This morning my little sous chef helped me make some delicious Blueberry Streusel Muffins, and she is proud to say she was in charge of the streusel. I clipped the recipe from The Best of America's Test Kitchen Magazine from 2008 and tried it for the first time today, and they turned out excellent! I have yet to make a recipe from The Best of America's Test Kitchen that doesn't turn out well. I enjoy how they explain the scientific process along with their recipes of why they make specific alterations. To download the Blueberry Streusel Muffin recipe click here.

Recently, recipes I am trying come from all different sources. What is your favorite place to go to find great recipes? Online... blogs... cookbooks? I'd love to hear about them.

On a side note, I came across this recipe explanation for a Cobb Salad that looks delicious.

(photo by blackeiffel)

16 comments:

erstwhiledear said...

Anything from Wednesday Chef or Orangette! (that's probably obvious to this crowd though....) TheKitchn has great simple stuff.

walrus studio said...

gimmie!!! i want to eat that!

Kate said...

mmm I love any recipe involving blackberries, I may need to test these out this weekend! My favorite food blogs are Smitten and food52.

Mary said...

These look great and I love that it uses frozen blueberries, since I always have those on hand. Perhaps this dreary rainy day is a perfect day to bake? I also love the kitchn and orangette. My go-to for regular family dinners is Cooking Light (myrecipes.com).

Laura said...

I'm a recipe geek and go to the library to take out cookbooks.

There. I've admitted it. Haha

Laura xx

attemptsatelegance said...

I have to agree about America's Test Kitchen - you just can't ruin one of their recipes. I'm excited to try this one!

SLCFoodie said...

For online recipes I frequent 101Cookbooks and SmittenKitchen:
http://www.101cookbooks.com/
http://smittenkitchen.com/

Or I browse Tastespotting if I have a few ingredients and want to find a recipe that includes what I already have. You can search by ingredient which is great.
http://www.tastespotting.com/

Good luck in your online recipe searches. Cheers!

Tanya (a Taste of T) said...

Could you please send your sous chef to my house?

Caitlin said...

I'm with Kate - Smitten is a good one. Also, I love love LOVE tastespotting.com the pictures are lovely and every single thing I've made from there was really good.

Wahzat Gayle said...

i get them from all over.
That sure looks good

katetie said...

Yumm... I currently stalk Smitten Kitchen and One Hungry Mama, but recently came across Dash and Bella via Aparment therapy and am loveing Phyllis's attitude to cooking with kids!!

Whitney said...

This just made my tummy grumble! I WANT IT NOW!

dulci said...

these look yummy!! would be great to make for a brunch :)

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Sarah Britton said...

I love 101 Cookbooks and Sprouted Kitchen. But I have a food blog too - mynewroots.blogspot.com check it out!

Aron said...

wait, it's not the right time for me to be hungry for breakfast right?

j said...

i gotta check out america's test kitchen. my fav's are: David Lebovitz and La Tartine Gourmande. Gastronomer's Guide also puts up great recipes. Tastespotting is my site of choice when I'm super hungry, it's past my eating hour in the evening, and I want to torture myself.

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