What I’m Making: Raspberry Muffins

I told you my raspberries were big producers this year so I’ve been diving into raspberry recipes. Thankfully they freeze well so whatever I don’t use has been going into the freezer. I can’t believe the crop has lasted so long too. YAHOO!

In the past, I have used this recipe with strawberries but today it got a raspberry makeover.

This is the recipe I use…

I had a raspberry flavored greed yogurt here so I used that and recommend doing that.

I mixed everything together except the raspberries. I folded them in at the end.


I used these reusable cupcake liners. I just love them. Admittedly they are a bit of a pain to wash but the dishwasher does a pretty good job.

I sprinkled them with sugar over the top.

I set the timer on the oven for 20 minutes and then kept checking them until they were done.

They are super good and very raspberry.

I really like them. In fact, I like them a little too much.

I am packaging some up and taking them to Kalissa’s house. I would be dangerous with this whole batch here begging me to eat them!!

I jazzed them up a little when I took them to Kalissa’s. I added a dollop of frosting and put three raspberries on each. So fun. I know someone is going to ask so I’ll just put it here. You can find the cupcake liners HERE on Amazon.

You have to let me know what you think if you try them.

16 thoughts on “What I’m Making: Raspberry Muffins”

  1. Oh those sound and look so good and you made them look extra sweet with the icing and added berries. I just may need to try these!

    1. I’m sure the Cresco Ladies would use golf themed fabric. They often make sports themed quilts and give them away as comfort quilts.

  2. Rebecca Hoetger

    Those look delicious and what a beautiful presentation for delivery!
    I’d love to make them, but I don’t seem to see directions…… Thank you for sharing your wonderful recipes!

    1. They are very forgiving. Mix the ingredients together except the raspberries. Fold them in at the end. No worries…they will turn out. 350 degree oven for 20 minutes or so. Just watch them.

  3. Janet Corcoran

    Hi Jo,
    These look delicious. I don’t see what temperature you baked them at. Can you please provide the Temperature. Thanks.
    Janet.

  4. I live in SE SD and I can’t remember picking raspberries this late either. My pick today I made raspberry sauce for ice cream. Love looking at all the quilts.
    Y

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