This blueberry muffin recipe, from "Martha's Entertaining," features two options for topping: You could always try both, but if you plan on making the crumb topping, prepare that first. Alternatively, sprinkle granulated sugar and freshly grated mace, an aromatic spice made from the outer webbed shell of a nutmeg, over the batter just before baking.
Combine blueberries with nutty cornmeal, then add a sunny burst of orange for a wholesome treat that's perfect for breakfast or as a snack. Tangy, creamy low-fat yogurt provides moisture and helps leaven and tenderize baked goods.
These muffins are made
moist by potassium-rich bananas. Keep a
stash of ripe ones in
your freezer so you can
bake a batch anytime. Stone-ground
cornmeal is full of beneficial folate, a form of
folic acid, and adds a
little natural sweetness to these muffins.