National Blueberry Muffin Day!
If you’ve ever been in a deep pit of despair, you know that the smell of freshly baked blueberry muffins is the only thing that can pull you out of it. Since blueberries were introduced to the idea of muffins, no other muffin has been able to beat the blueberry muffin as the most delicious muffin. In honor of this, National Blueberry Muffin Day was created so that we can all remember and celebrate the king of muffins.
Learn More About National Blueberry Muffin Day
National Blueberry Muffin Day was made to honor the blueberry muffin, which is a delicious treat. If you’ve never had a blueberry muffin, you’re missing out on a lot. Many people don’t try blueberry muffins because they don’t like blueberries that much. We don’t think you should be, though. When blueberries are baked and served this way, they have a different taste. They are a million times better! Try it out; you won’t be sorry.
Even though muffins might not be the healthiest treat, blueberries have some health benefits that can make you feel a little better about indulging on National Blueberry Muffin Day.
Many people think of blueberries as a “superfood.” This is because they can help you lose weight and keep your stomach healthy by making you feel full. They can also improve your mental health, protect you from heart disease, help you control your diabetes, lower your blood pressure, improve the health of your skin, and help you keep your bones healthy. Isn’t that pretty cool? Who would have thought that something so small could have so many nutrients?
History of National Blueberry Muffin Day
The story of how the blueberry muffin came to be is one of change and good luck in the kitchen. A long time ago, a berry called the bilberry was commonly used. It was used in all kinds of baked goods across Europe.
When the pilgrims first came to the Americas, they found that bilberries were not native to this new land. This is how the blueberry was found and started to be used in baking. What a lucky day this was for the muffin because the blueberry muffin is without a doubt the best thing ever.
But to make a blueberry muffin, you have to know how to use blueberries right. You can’t just use any kind of blueberry. Fresh blueberries are great on ice cream and pancakes, but they don’t belong in muffins. Frozen blueberries are easy to use and make a great smoothie, but, like fresh blueberries, they turn to mush when mixed into a batter. So only dried blueberries will work in blueberry muffins.
How to Celebrate National Blueberry Muffin Day
The best way to celebrate National Blueberry Muffin Day is by eating a rich, flavorful blueberry muffin. Once you’ve eaten one (or more, we won’t tell), you can give the rest to your friends and coworkers. On National Blueberry Muffin Day, people share and learn the most important recipe they’ll ever learn: how to make a tasty blueberry muffin. Look for them on the internet and pick the one that speaks to your blueberry-loving soul. Then, make batch after batch of blueberry muffins until your craving is satisfied. Then keep practicing until the next time!
You can also have a bake-off with your friends as a fun way to celebrate National Blueberry Muffin Day. Why not have your friends and family over to see who can make the best blueberry muffins? It’s always fun to do something different with the people you care about, and this is a great way to spend some time together and eat some tasty food. You could also make desserts that are blueberry-themed. You could give the muffins to everyone and have them each make a different recipe. You get to decide!
Why not make a cocktail based on blueberries to go with the muffin? The ingredients for the Farmhouse Jam cocktail are Vodka, Blueberry Thyme Jam, and Prosecco. If you like fruity cocktails, you will love this one. The Prosecco gives it a little fizz and a touch of luxury.
Still, the Blueberry and Thyme Jam, which you can make at home, is without a doubt the star of the show. We strongly suggest using good ingredients. So, how do you make a Farmhouse Jam drink? In a glass, a big spoonful of Blueberry and Thyme Jam is put in.
Then pour in one and a half shots of vodka. The ingredients are mixed with ice in the drink. Lastly, you fill the glass with Prosecco and decorate it with a spoonful of jam and some thyme to make it Instagram-worthy. If you don’t drink alcohol or are the designated driver for the night, you can make a non-alcoholic version of this cocktail. Use soda water and fresh lemon juice instead of vodka and Prosecco.