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Blueberry and oat breakfast muffins

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Today, Amy and I fancied a bit of a change, so we rustled up some delicious blueberry and oat breakfast muffins. They are really easy to make and a great alternative to porridge, cereal & Co. – plus they allow you to use up any leftover oats that you might have. Of course, you can eat them whenever you want, but I thought they would be lovely for a breakfast on the go, a lunch box, picnic or just a small change from your usual breakfast routine.

For your blueberry and oat breakfast muffins you need:

100g oats
125 self-raising flour
80g caster sugar
1 medium egg
250ml milk
4 tbsp vegetable oil
150g rinsed and drained blueberries, we used frozen
muffin cups

Method:

1. Preheat your oven to 220 C or Gas mark 7.

2. Mix all your dry ingredients, e.g. oats, flour and sugar. Then add egg, milk and oil before gently folding in your blueberries.

3. Grease your muffin cups and fill them up to 2/3.

4. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes and cool on a wire rack before serving.

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32 Comments

    • I want to try them with apples next time, but I guess you can be as creative as you want to x

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  1. Ooh, these look delicious! I love muffins, and the kids are big fans of blueberries, so it’s definitely one to try! Thanks, popping over from the Pin-It Party & have pinned :)

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    • They were really really nice. Amy absolutely loved them, so we’ll definitely be making another batch x

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    • Thanks, Cass. I thought I make an effort for once and it really makes a difference x

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    • Thank you for hosting :) Amy absolutely loved them and she’s on a bit of a blueberry trip since then. Two of my friends have already made them too x

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  2. Oh wow, these look scrumptious and oats and blueberries means totes healthy too! Thanks for linking up to #tastytuesdays

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