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Double Berry Muffins with Ricotta Cheese

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Wake up to these delightful Double Berry Muffins, made light and fluffy with the rich addition of ricotta cheese. You’ll start the day with a smile on your face.

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Years ago in a break between college and graduate school, I took a job working in a bakery and restaurant. It was during the Muffin Heyday. You know, the 90s. Muffins were all the rage, mostly because we found a way to make cupcakes taste and feel a little bit healthy. True story.

One of my favorite perks of the job was the free muffin and coffee at break time. The muffins were always big and fluffy with nice crunchy tops. Oh, that was a nice spring and summer eating my way through every flavor imaginable. I particularly loved the berry muffins.

Since then, muffins have been some of my favorite baked goods. They are easy to make, especially when I have a few batches of my Mix and Match Muffin Mix on hand. My kids love them. Muffins are so customizable, you can change the ingredients, and honestly, you can make them a “healthy cupcake.” Plus, they are easily controlled for portions.

As long as you don’t eat ten.

Double Berry Muffins with Ricotta Cheese | Good Cheap Eats

This recipe for Double Berry Muffins is a new favorite of mine. Instead of the yogurt that I normally use, I substituted ricotta cheese that we had on hand. The result was a delicious, creamy, light, and fluffy muffin, loaded with berries. I’ll definitely consider ricotta again for muffin making.

I chose to use raspberries and blueberries, but you could also throw in boysenberries or cranberries, if you like. I don’t recommend strawberries because they have a higher water content and will change the texture of the recipe.

Don’t worry that your muffin pans will be full. Very full. That’s okay. Mound it up. As long as you measure precisely and your oven is the right temperature, you’ll have big, high crowned muffins just like the bakery makes. I currently bake my muffins at 375 as I find that helps them rise higher and have nice crunchy tops

Remember when I put out a call for muffin pan advice? You all changed my life with your recommendation of USA pans. I love those suckers like no other. I’m slowly replacing my old pans with these since baked goods never burn or stick in them. Wowza. If you need pans, they’re the kind to buy.

Here are the muffin tools I use almost every week:

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