Grilled Blueberry Muffins

Sunday, August 13, 2017
The first time I ever had any kind of breakfast  grilled blueberry muffins , was in 
Upstate - Utica, New York. What a treat!

Grilled Blueberry Muffins



Grilled Blueberry Muffins


It was actually at J. M. Fields in Riverside Mall years and years ago.  I absolutely loved blueberry muffins grilled the first time I had them back in 1970 something. 


Grilled Blueberry Muffins

The buttery crunch on them were a fabulous treat. I actually forgot about them until today when I made them reminiscing.

 I still add a dab of butter on them after I grill them. 

One of my favorite weekend indulgences.

 I think it's time you tried a grilled blueberry muffin too!




Watch carefully as these will brown quickly. The crispy butter taste will spoil you for good!

These are the most delicious way to eat them

When I lived in New York it was the only way I made them. 

Perfect for when they start getting a little stale too. These muffins will taste like fresh baked.

Place on a plate, add a dab of butter and enjoy!



Grilled Blueberry Muffins

ingredients:


You will need:

Blueberry muffins split
Butter
Griddle 


  1. Split the baked or store bought blueberry muffins in half. Butter it lightly on the split inside and place on a grill or griddle, butter side down. 
    Note: You can also broil them on low if you like faced up.

    Watch carefully as these will brown quickly.
    Place on a plate, add a dab of butter and enjoy!


Here is my recipe:
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.
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1 comment

  1. What a special weekend treat! Kind of reminds me of my grandma who'd serve us toasted and buttered angel food cake for breakfast :)

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