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Blueberry muffins, anyone?

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Blueberry-Muffins-14-1024x1024For those of you reading Snow Fence Road who tell me it’s made you hungry for blueberry muffins, here’s a terrific-sounding recipe.

It’s one I bet could easily be adapted to use a flour other than wheat, if that’s your preference.

My thanks to Maine author Susan Poulin for sharing this information from the Catching Health blog of Maine food and health writer Diane Atwood.  SFpatiophoto-3

In the spirit of “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”, find this yummy way to enjoy these antioxidant-rich little treasures from nature at:

http://catchinghealth.bangordailynews.com/2013/08/16/nom-nom/blueberry-recipes-from-blueberry-muffins-to-blueberry-bliss/

And if you haven’t already spent some time in Maine with Snow Fence Road, discovering just how many unexpected developments one bucket of berries can lead to, you can learn more about the book here:

http://www.amazon.com/Snow-Fence-Road-Phyllis-Edgerly/dp/1934912549/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1372083362&sr=8-2&keywords=Snow+Fence+Road+Phyllis+Ring

4 thoughts on “Blueberry muffins, anyone?

  1. Terrific recipe. Glad you mentioned alternative flour, but people might also consider using maple sugar or even honey. The muffins
    will taste great and it is so much better for you.

  2. Great suggestions for alternatives, Eric. I love maple sugar, especially.

  3. Phyllis,
    Thank you so much for sharing the link to my Catching Health blog. We’re fortunate here in Maine because we have lots and lots of wild and cultivated blueberries. I had a handful in my yogurt this morning. Delicious!

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