Triple Berry Muffins

Triple berry muffins     Ah, muffins. To me, muffins are the perfect coffee shop food. They make an awesome snack alongside a cup of coffee or you can grab one off your counter for a quick breakfast, on the go. What's funny about this particular muffin recipe is the batter is almost better than the baked muffins. Don't get me wrong, the muffins are awesome… but I may (or may not) have licked the mixing bowl clean after popping these in the oven.Triple berry muffins You can use any kind of berries you prefer. I used three different kinds, but all of one kind would be great too. And if you make these when it seems like nothing is in season feel free to use frozen, thawed berries. They will work like a charm. 🙂How to keep berries from sinking to the bottom of muffin batterTriple Berry Muffins, makes 18 standard size. (Slightly) Adapted from this book

1/2 cup softened butter
1 cup sugar
2 cups flour
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup milk
2 tablespoons greek yogurt
2 cups mixed, fresh berries (I used blueberries, raspberries and blackberries)

First whisk together the flour, baking powder and salt in a small bowl. Rinse the berries and place in a fine mesh strainer. Sprinkle a couple spoonfuls of the flour mixture over the berries and shake the strainer so all the berries get coated by the flour. Pour any excess flour back into the original bowl. This will help your berries not sink to the bottom of your muffins.Triple berry muffins       Cream together the softened butter and sugar. Stir in the eggs, one at a time along with the vanilla extract. Now stir in the flour mixture, one cup at a time until the batter becomes thick and hard to stir. Then stir in the milk and yogurt. And last fold the berries into the batter.

Spoon the batter into prepared baking cups, filling each 2/3 full. Bake at 375°f for 25-28 minutes, until the edges begin to brown. Triple berry muffins   I like to sprinkle just a little more sugar on the tops before baking. Nothing wrong with just a little more sugar, right?Triple berry muffins abeautiful.comHappy breakfasting! xo. Emma

  • One of my favorite bakings to make,muffins.And the best one are those with berries.

  • I love muffins and recently did my own blueberry and blackberry ones! Yum!

    Lulu xx

  • Yum! These look delicious. Will definitely have to try this recipe and compare to the muffins I made this morning from Mad Hungry – blueberry wheat germ.

  • i just ate and am not hungry at all anymore, but this recipe/photos make me want to stuff one of these into my mouth.

  • this looks so yummy! def making these one day soon


  • Holy manoly these look to die for!!!

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  • Thank you for also showing the filled cups before baking. I always worried when mine look this lumpy (although by now I should know that they will turn out okay once baked).

  • Hi Emma and Elsie 😀 yesterday we had a girl’s night out, or rather in since we met at my friend’s place. I made peach salsa (based on your mango salsa but with peaches obvs) and the pretzel brownies. Let me just tell you, they were impressed 😀 So delicious! Your recipes are the best 🙂

  • I love muffins! Can’t have enough of them in my tummy 🙂 Your recipe looks really delish.

  • The first thing I thought of when I saw these muffins was 4th of July! They look great! I love the incorporation of greek yogurt to keep it moist. I’ve been adding yogurt to desserts for years!

  • These sound lush, I love baking and this recipe sounds great for the season. I am also prone to just picking up muffins and a coffee for breakfast on the go 🙂 xx Emmi

  • How did you know that berry muffins are literally my favorite thing ever. Definitely trying this soon!


  • Oh my, these look delicious! I loved that you used fresh berries and not frozen ones! Definitely making these soon 🙂

    Loren |

  • Can I just die now? This is too tasty and I would give anything for a little piece of this right now! Simply adore your posts dear xx

  • These look amazing!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!


  • Blueberry muffins are my ABSOLUTE FAVOURITE and I haven’t had one for AGES!! (Reading this blog post has now given me a craving for one!! Haha!!

    This recipe looks great! Definitely worth a try!! 🙂

    Jack!!:) –

  • Have any of the ABM team thought of experimenting with recipes that are vegan, gluten free, or allergen friendly? I am constantly in awe of the yummy looking recipes on your website but I can’t eat dairy or gluten 🙁

  • OHHHH MYYYYYY. I am TOTALLY making these! I’m a muffin fanatic and these look!

  • Lovely! I always love a new breakfast recipe. These would also be good on a picnic!


  • Mhhhh…These muffins look “BUONISSIMI”! 🙂 If you want to try a savory version look at this: Byeeeeeeeeee!

  • Oh my! Breakfast is my favorite, and these look so good! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  • Oh My those look D-lish. To bad I cut out all things yummy like carbs, sugar, and dairy. Someone please make and eat one for me! XO

  • Yum, I love fruit muffins, so delicious, I love getting a muffin alongside my coffee when I go to a coffee shop 🙂

  • Oh yum, those look so good! Thanks for sharing. I love anything with berries in it… I usually double up and overload the berries… heh. 🙂

  • Yum! I love adding blueberries to banana muffins, will have to make these soon.

  • Yumm, this looks so delicious I love berry muffins!

  • This sounds so good! I’m going to try! Happy Breakfast! well, actually here in France is dinner time! Have a nice day!

  • yummy! These look like they would freeze well too if you wanted to make some to keep for later!

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