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Gluten Free Blueberry Muffins

My blueberry plants were loaded with blueberries this year. We have been eating a lot of them and I was able to put quite a few away in the freezer. Now, I just need to find ways to use them all.

I used to make a blueberry muffin that we all loved, however it was full of gluten. I recently adapted the recipe to be gluten free and it worked perfectly. We loved these.

I have made two versions/sizes of these muffins. The regular sized ones were really good, however I think I liked them a little better in the mini muffin size. I am not sure why, but the texture seemed to be a little better in the mini ones, or maybe it was just the fact that mini ones make me feel like I am eating a lot less.

What is your favorite way to use blueberries?

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. They look great. We like blueberry buckle and blueberry pancakes at our house or just handfuls of blueberries 🙂

  2. Francine says:

    I love anything with blueberries in it! What is corn flour? is it corn meal ground again to make it flour? ina food processor or a grain mill? I grind my brown rice to make flour.

    • Yes it is basically corn that has been ground into flour and you can make your own, but I have never tried it.

  3. Julie Huey says:

    Hi Lynn, I’m attempting to do some trial and error to created the best gluten-free cinnamon rolls (by blending together 4 recipes…two gluten free recipes and 2 regular recipes…one from The New Best Recipes cookbook). Would you recommend adding baking soda to cinnamon rolls too?

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