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Zucchini Blueberry Muffins

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This should be my last official zucchini post of 2010.  I have made a zucchini blueberry bread before and loved it.  So why wouldn’t I give a zucchini blueberry muffins a try.  I found this recipe over at Good Stuff Maynard.  The recipe also includes sour cream in the recipe.  Between the zucchini, sour cream, and blueberries these little morsels are moist and delicious.  They really are best if eaten the same day.  Due to the extreme moistness of the muffins, if you eat them the following day the outside of the muffin tends to be a little gummy.  The recipe only makes 12 so it should be fairly simple to get these yummy muffins eaten in one day.

I also baked these zucchini blueberry muffins in conjunction with Bake for the Cure.  To find out more about it and enter a fun giveaway that I am doing along with this, visit my new giveaway page.  I have added this page to allow those who want to just see the recipes to focus on that and those of you who want to see the giveaways can easily see whatever is going on.  I also plan to offer more giveaways now that it will be separate from the recipes.

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Zucchini Blueberry Muffins

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Ingredients
  

  • 1 ½ cups zucchini about 1 medium zucchini grated, squeezed and drained
  • ¾ cup brown sugar
  • ¼ cup Mazola canola oil
  • ½ cup sour cream
  • 1 egg
  • 1 ¾ cup all purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon Argo baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon Spice Island Ground Saigon Cinnamon
  • 1 cup blueberries
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Instructions
 

  • Mix the zucchini, sugar, oil, sour cream and egg in a bowl.
  • Mix the flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt and cinnamon in a bowl.
  • Combine the wet and dry ingredients and mix.
  • Fold in the blueberries.
  • Pour the batter into muffin tins.  You could do 18 but I did 12.
  • Bake in a preheated 350* oven until a toothpick pushed into the center comes out clean, about 25 minutes.
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  1. I just dug around my stats today and saw that I’ve had a lot of visitors at Good Stuff Maynard because of your link-up to me. I appreciate that! I’ll definitely be back to get some ideas…love new recipes!! 🙂

  2. Just made these and they were yummy! Very moist. They did not last a full 24 hrs. 🙂 I used frozen blueberries and they turned out great.

  3. I am so grateful for this recipe! We bought 20 pounds of Blueberries this year and they have been canned, frozen, and dried for the winter!! Paired with the frozen results of 5 zucchini plants we had, this recipe is a Godsend!!!! lol

  4. I made zucchini blueberry bread a few weeks ago, put one in the freezer for later. Love this recipe going to have to get me some blueberries to make these muffins for my morning cup of tea.

  5. I love new recipes with zucchini because every year I end up with so many from our garden, I never know what to make. So I will make these muffins for sure. And a friend gave me a chocolate zucchini cake recipe that I will make!!

  6. I would make my “famous” carrott cake. And after reading this recipe I think I’m going to have to try adding some zucchini next summer.

  7. I just moved to New York and am incredibly homesick, frightened, and lacking any baking supplies. I would love this kit so that I could bake special treats for my bff and his roommates–who have GENEROUSLY housed me during my first week here! Probably some cookies because everyone likes cookies! I know I can comment on each post, so I am excited to think of so many other things to bake and people to feed!

  8. I am always looking for new ways to use my garden zucchini. Thank you. Would love to try it in a new pink baking kit.

  9. I am always looking for new ways to use my garden zucchini. Thank you. Would love to try it in a new pink baking kit.

  10. I love zucchini blueberry bread. Don’t know why I haven’t thought to try them in muffins. Yum.
    It would be fun to cook anything in pink.

  11. I love zucchini blueberry bread. Don’t know why I haven’t thought to try them in muffins. Yum.
    It would be fun to cook anything in pink.

  12. Can you believe I’ve never had a baked product with zucchini in it?
    I haven’t.
    My latest baking addiction is adding pumpkin to spice cake or brownie mix.
    I may have to try zucchini one of these days.
    Christine
    dazed1821@aol.com

  13. Can you believe I’ve never had a baked product with zucchini in it?
    I haven’t.
    My latest baking addiction is adding pumpkin to spice cake or brownie mix.
    I may have to try zucchini one of these days.
    Christine
    dazed1821@aol.com

  14. Muffins would be a great snack to make for my family with the Bake for the Cure package! I don’t make muffins nearly enough.

  15. Muffins would be a great snack to make for my family with the Bake for the Cure package! I don’t make muffins nearly enough.

  16. I like to make all kinds of healthy, portable treats to my sons dorm for him to share with his floor mates. They all miss home cooked goods. As a 2 yr survivor myself I delight in being able to brighten someone else’s day! These boys have all encoraged me with prayers and get well cards!

  17. I like to make all kinds of healthy, portable treats to my sons dorm for him to share with his floor mates. They all miss home cooked goods. As a 2 yr survivor myself I delight in being able to brighten someone else’s day! These boys have all encoraged me with prayers and get well cards!

  18. ok I would LOVE to make these. I love zucchini but haven’t ever made a bread/muffin with it. maybe if I won the baking set it would inspire me to bake these!

  19. ok I would LOVE to make these. I love zucchini but haven’t ever made a bread/muffin with it. maybe if I won the baking set it would inspire me to bake these!

  20. This is an interesting combination, but I think it sounds good! I’ll definitely have to try this recipe, and use the cute pink kit to make it in! Pumpkin muffins would be a good thing to use the kit for too!

  21. This is an interesting combination, but I think it sounds good! I’ll definitely have to try this recipe, and use the cute pink kit to make it in! Pumpkin muffins would be a good thing to use the kit for too!

  22. I just completed the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure and I think it is so great to see other people supporting this wonderful foundation. If I won, I would make some pumpkin chocolate chip bread!

  23. I just completed the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure and I think it is so great to see other people supporting this wonderful foundation. If I won, I would make some pumpkin chocolate chip bread!

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  26. Zucchini Muffins sound so good but I wonder how they would taste with cranberries instead of blueberries. They sure look good.

  27. Zucchini Muffins sound so good but I wonder how they would taste with cranberries instead of blueberries. They sure look good.

  28. What to make? These muffins look wonderful and I know they would be a huge success in my house. I used to be the assistant treasurer for a Susan G Komen affiliate many years ago. It is an amazing cause and makes great strides in research. I met so many woman, both young and old, who were survivors. They are the strongest people I have ever met.

  29. What to make? These muffins look wonderful and I know they would be a huge success in my house. I used to be the assistant treasurer for a Susan G Komen affiliate many years ago. It is an amazing cause and makes great strides in research. I met so many woman, both young and old, who were survivors. They are the strongest people I have ever met.

  30. I would probably use the kit everyday. I love to cook . . . so first breakfast. How about stuffed french toast?

  31. I would probably use the kit everyday. I love to cook . . . so first breakfast. How about stuffed french toast?

  32. I love blueberry muffins and zucchini too! I think the combinations sounds interesting and delicious! I would make these for sure!

  33. I love blueberry muffins and zucchini too! I think the combinations sounds interesting and delicious! I would make these for sure!

  34. Wow, these sound delicious! I would use my baking kit to make muffins too, but I like to keep mine naturally sweetened and whole grain.

  35. Wow, these sound delicious! I would use my baking kit to make muffins too, but I like to keep mine naturally sweetened and whole grain.

  36. These look delish!
    My mom died last summer at 53 after a yearlong battle with breast cancer, so maybe I would have to make something she made to honor her…

  37. These look delish!
    My mom died last summer at 53 after a yearlong battle with breast cancer, so maybe I would have to make something she made to honor her…

  38. If I won I would definitely make muffins…maybe even these yummy looking ones, but I do love my Coconut Cream Cheese Muffins so I might have to make them both!

  39. If I won I would definitely make muffins…maybe even these yummy looking ones, but I do love my Coconut Cream Cheese Muffins so I might have to make them both!

  40. We don’t eat zucchini, but I do love zucchini bread, so maybe I should try these! I’d use the kit to try these out!!!

  41. We don’t eat zucchini, but I do love zucchini bread, so maybe I should try these! I’d use the kit to try these out!!!

  42. Yum. I love zucchini! Too bad my husband hates it, like really hates it, so I don’t use it hardly at all. I would use the pink cooking kit to make some halloween cookies. My son has been begging to make cookies to decorate, so I need to make some soon. 🙂

  43. Yum. I love zucchini! Too bad my husband hates it, like really hates it, so I don’t use it hardly at all. I would use the pink cooking kit to make some halloween cookies. My son has been begging to make cookies to decorate, so I need to make some soon. 🙂

  44. I would make these muffins! I have 2 zucchini left sitting on my counter, and blueberries in the freezer. Perfect!

  45. I would make these muffins! I have 2 zucchini left sitting on my counter, and blueberries in the freezer. Perfect!

  46. Those muffins look yummy. Too bad I just used up the last of my zucchini the other day! 🙁 I would love to use my pink baking kit to make all sorts of goodies for my Mom, who is currently battling Cancer.

  47. Those muffins look yummy. Too bad I just used up the last of my zucchini the other day! 🙁 I would love to use my pink baking kit to make all sorts of goodies for my Mom, who is currently battling Cancer.

  48. I think I would have to make this recipe with my pink cookware! I love zucchini muffins, and I love blueberry muffins, so why wouldn’t I love them together???? I feel a batch of muffins coming up…….

  49. I think I would have to make this recipe with my pink cookware! I love zucchini muffins, and I love blueberry muffins, so why wouldn’t I love them together???? I feel a batch of muffins coming up…….

  50. I would have to make either cookies or cupcakes. I love to bake and now it is cooling down enough to be able to run the oven more often.
    Baking for a cure is such a good thing. My grandmother and my mother in law have both overcome it.

  51. I would have to make either cookies or cupcakes. I love to bake and now it is cooling down enough to be able to run the oven more often.
    Baking for a cure is such a good thing. My grandmother and my mother in law have both overcome it.

  52. Love your blog! I am having a hard time deciding what I would make with the awesome gift if I won the contest. Let’s see…how about some chocolate chip cookies first or maybe a batch of chocolate chip pumpkin bread… so hard to decide…

  53. Love your blog! I am having a hard time deciding what I would make with the awesome gift if I won the contest. Let’s see…how about some chocolate chip cookies first or maybe a batch of chocolate chip pumpkin bread… so hard to decide…

  54. Always looking for new blueberry muffin recipes & zucchini is a great addition! I’d definately put these on my “things to make” list & would use the pink baking kit to do so! Oh, and I agree that a $2 cookbook is too good to pass up, especially for a good cause!

  55. Always looking for new blueberry muffin recipes & zucchini is a great addition! I’d definately put these on my “things to make” list & would use the pink baking kit to do so! Oh, and I agree that a $2 cookbook is too good to pass up, especially for a good cause!

  56. I would never have thought to pair the zucchini with the blueberries. I have both in my freezer and will have to try these.

  57. I would never have thought to pair the zucchini with the blueberries. I have both in my freezer and will have to try these.

  58. Hmmm. What would I make if I won the Bake for a Cure contest? Well, my office Thanksgiving pot luck is coming up, so I’d certainly make carrot souffle. It’s delish, easy, and ends up tasting like sweet potato pie. YUM!
    And, if I don’t win the contest, I’m definitely picking up the cookbook. $2 is a great price for a great cause.

  59. Hmmm. What would I make if I won the Bake for a Cure contest? Well, my office Thanksgiving pot luck is coming up, so I’d certainly make carrot souffle. It’s delish, easy, and ends up tasting like sweet potato pie. YUM!
    And, if I don’t win the contest, I’m definitely picking up the cookbook. $2 is a great price for a great cause.