Blueberry Muffin

Oh where, oh where did my blueberry muffin go off to? ha! I found it in the pocket of one of my friends, heading out the door, that is where! This flavor here, as a solo, needs support. Could I add in other things to it to make like blue-cran muffins or something? Possible, but overdoing it can ruin the flavor profile you might want to try, so use it with a bit of respect. This is more of a Martha White type muffin, fine and delicate, rather than a county muffin, roughly made.

So my experience with this finely made muffin, is the muffin lacks a bit. If used lightly at 2 drops .04 grams. , the muffin is more cream like, if used too heavy 6 drops .12 grams , the blueberries take over and the muffin bit just falls apart. Don’t take this as bad, it is not, by far a bad flavor! Let me show you how I worked with it to make a really nice recipe out of what could be a solo stand alone..

Blueberry Muffin Cupcakes 30ml

12 drops .24 grams blueberry muffins
6 drops .12 grams blueberry
6 drops .12 grams red raspberry
9 drops .18 grams pound cake
6 drops .12 grams cupcake batter
3 drops .06 grams cheesecake
3 drops .06 grams sweetness**
3 drops .06 grams AP 5%

Let this one sit up for around 3-5 days before really taste testing it. You can taste it earlier, but go slow and remember, they all have to become happy with each other, before you will be happy with the flavor profile. Using the cake and batter, it supports the muffin mix, while allowing the blueberry to pop out.. the raspberry cream cheese icing is made by using the cheesecake and sweetness together and it’s just the bomb! If you like it more cake like, you need your friend AP..  Adjust the sweetness to suit yourself!


What’s blue and can go squish in your mouth, it’s a blueberry! Flavorah got it right with this one; it’s one of my favorite berries I love to play with I have tossed it into all sorts of recipes and have even used it in sugar cookies, cakes, yogurts and ice creams. Will have to work up my tutorial for adding our flavors to actual food and drink recipes soon, so keep your eyes out!

Before I get too far ahead, let me tell you all about this cool blueberry! at 2 drops .06 grams in 10ml bottles, it’s light, however, if you add other fruits, you can tell it is there. at 4 drops .08 grams it starts to perk up and say hi; it’s right there, the magic begins! at 6 drops .12 grams it’s a mouth full of gorgeous blueberries ready to burst into your mouth, down your chin and make your girl friend gasp! 8 drops .16 grams it starts going funky to me, so I will stop there for now..

Recipes.. I had a hard time picking out a simple recipe, as most of mine are rather complex.. but try this and see how it will spin out for you!

Blueberry French Toast 30ml

12 drops .24 grams blueberry
6 drops .12 grams red raspberry
9 drops .18 grams cinnamon roll
6 drops .12 grams sweet dough
6 drops .12 grams cream
1 drop .02 grams biscotti

Alright, let’s get down to this one.. I didn’t use the full in my face flavor level here for the blueberry, as I know using other flavors, I want to watch how much I use total, and If the blueberry is in your face, how can the other flavors play nice all together? It won’t, it will become a chemical, muted juice real quick!

The red raspberry is added because yes, I love that one just as much as blueberry lol.. it’s also there for a bit of tart and sour sweetness.

Cinnamon roll and the sweet dough go hand in hand together here,  the biscotti I used as an accent for a smoky note for the french toast edges. If you are brave, bump it up a drop! If you want more bready note, remember our friend, ap 5%, use that at around 4 drops .12 grams in your 30ml bottle. I used cream for the whipped topping, however, when it does sit around, it tends to soften the french toast effect. You can add more, but then it’s be a creamy doughy blue raspberry.. gee.. haha! Oh.. if you’d like to really make it pop, add 1 drop .02 grams of pineapple or lime!

Hope you enjoy my recipe for blueberries, and if you have one you’d like to share.. pop it up in comments! ~S.