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Triple Berry Iced Muffins Recipe

Having so many berries in house this time of year, I had to experiment on using more than one kind in a muffin. I was extremely excited when my son who loves my blueberry crumb muffins said, wow these are awesome!~ He loves the combination of flavors.


I did several kinds of berries and made two batches. These were blueberry, blackberry and red raspberry.


These were strawberry, blueberry and blackberry.


This batter isn't very sweet. So then he suggested we ice these babies! I thought why not! Either way they were wonderful!




In a large bowl mix:
1/4 cup of sugar
1/4 cup of shortening till resembles course looking sugar

beat in :
1 egg

Add:
1 3/4 cup cake flour
3 teaspoons of baking powder
a pinch of salt
Alternate:
1 cup of milk to wet the dry ingredients.
Fold in one cup mixed of fresh blueberries, red raspberries or strawberries and blackberries
Line muffin cup pan with paper liners, fill to 3/4 full. Bake at 350 for 20 minutes.


In a separate bowl add 1 cup of confectionery sugar and water to make a thin icing. Drizzle over the tops of muffins while warm.

25 comments:

  1. Claudia, you could cook for me every day of the week. I've never seen anything less than fantastic on your blog. I love these berry muffins. The top photo is stunning!

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  2. Can I come for breakfast? I love berries and your muffins are wonderful dear. Bye, have a great we

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  3. They look fantastic!love muffins!Wish I had some with my coffee!Hugs!

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  4. I love muffins and I love fresh berries....these look yummy!

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  5. That's a recipe not to be passed up. Gorgeous - absolutely mouth watering, photos.

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  6. Berry muffins sound amazing. I want one for breakfast now. Worthy of making another pot of coffee. Yummy!

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  7. So pretty, and I agree--just enough icing! Great use of all of the wonderful berries in season.

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  8. Raspberry, raspberry, raspberry! Want :)

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  9. Fabulous Muffins!! I love new muffin recipes and these look great, nice and summery too!

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  10. I need one right now! They look divine!!!

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  11. These look fantastic! What a great recipe! :)

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  12. Whoa, that big black berry sitting in the batter made me really think that there are WHOLE berries in these muffins. Purely that fact alone makes these a winner. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. The muffins look fantastic and I love that they are iced!

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  14. They look amazing! Always nice when family participates!

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  15. Dear Claudia, The new look is very nice and the muffins look delish. You are a wonderful baker! Have a great and blessed weekend. Catherine xo

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  16. delicious looking colourful muffins

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  17. I love these! And I love that they're iced on top too =)

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  18. These do look awesome! I love berry muffins.

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  19. I love all berries this time of year. Your muffin looks great. I make a skinny triple berry crisp you might like too, http://www.skinnykitchen.com/recipes/triple-berry-crisp-made-skinny/

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  20. Who doesn't want to have such tempting berry muffins!! I am drooling! Great recipe, dear. Thanks for sharing this.

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  21. I am a huge lover of berry muffins too! I would love to help taste test these delectable treats!

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  22. I love berry muffins, they look great! It's pretty much whatever is fresh, and that makes the best

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  23. Oh my goodness, Claudia, what gorgeous muffins. I have not baked any this year and I'm feeling so compelled to do so after reading this delicious post. Hey, I'm now following you on FaceBook Networked Blogs and hope that you will follow me back . . . the link is at the very bottom of my blog's sidebar! Thanx!

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