Blueberry Oatmeal Chia Seed Muffins Recipe
Blueberry oatmeal muffins flecked with chia seeds are perfect for lunch boxes or served at a weekend brunch.
I just took these out of the oven and ate 2 immediately. They are delicious, but I did make some changes. Soaking the chia seeds for 10-20 minutes helps with the moister. I did not have applesauce, so I mashed 2 bananas, which makes about a cup (I only had 1 cup of blueberries anyway). This also seemed to help with the moister. I also added an additional 1/4 cup flour. This is a great way to get chia seeds into your diet (and use that big container of oatmeal!)
Extra big blueberry muffins are topped with a sugary-cinnamon crumb mixture in this souped-up blueberry muffin recipe.
You don't need to soak the chia first it works like oatmeal and with heat it sucks up the moisture so the cooking process is essentially an excellerated soak period. Defietly don't need so much sugar. I didn find I needed more flour. I also made mine with raspberries but note its better not to add them to the mix but rather fill cups halfway with non berry batter and then add two or three raspberries to each muffin and push them into the batter.
These were great! I didn't make the topping and didn't have orange juice so I used Crystal Light citrus drink. I also only used 1/2 cup sugar. One cup blueberries would probably be fine next time too.
I will make these again. These muffins were tasty, but didn't rise. However, in agreeance with many reviews, adjustments to the ingredient measurements need to be made.
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