Pink Fresh Raspberry Muffins

Jeanne Collins Recipe

By Jeanne Collins jeannekc

15 Min
30 Min

A family favorite!

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1/2 c
2 c
all purpose flour
1 1/4 c
white sugar
1/2 c
2 tsp
baking powder
1/2 tsp
1 box
fresh raspberries

Directions Step-By-Step

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
Grease and flour muffin pan or use paper liners. (makes 12 muffins)
Sift flour, baking powder, and salt together and set aside.
Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
Add eggs and beat well.
Add milk.
Add flour mixture.
Beat until combined.
Place 3 raspberries in each muffin cup.
Add remaining raspberries to muffin mixture and beat well making pink muffin mix.
Spoon muffin mix evenly into all 12 muffin containers.
Bake at 350 Degrees F (175 degrees C) for 25 to 30 minutes.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Muffins
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: For Kids

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Peg Barker scrapgran
Apr 8, 2012
Jeanne - I love raspberry anything. They're so expensive in the stores that four years ago I put in three rows of vines. From those three rows, last year I had five gallon containers full. Good thing as each of my three kids and their families wanted jam for Christmas. Now, about that box of berries for the muffins, are you talking about the little short box or the larger box that they sometimes also put strawberries in? Thanks for the recipe. I'll be making lots of these as soon as this years berries come on.
Jeanne Collins jeannekc
Apr 8, 2012
The little short box, it's about a cup of raspberries although if I had my own bushes I might use more!
Peg Barker scrapgran
Apr 8, 2012
Sounds good. I'll use more! When the raspberries in the grocery store went up to $17.00 a bag and I needed two bags for one batch of jam, that's when I said enough. We just happened to have a spot the right size for raspberries and also a sunny spot. I hired someone to come prepare the soil and put the vines in for me. (I have a health issue that has cut out gardening for me. Bummer!!)
Kitchen Crew JustaPinch
Jun 28, 2012
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!
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Claudia Jones CJluvsbaking
Aug 5, 2012
they look great, but I'll bet they look even better inside. Next time open one up.
Sherry Findlay sherrylo
Aug 5, 2012
Our berries are sold by the pint or what is "the little short box", please??
M Denise Chickey mostbeautifulone
Aug 5, 2012
I love Raspberries. Am looking forward to making these.
Kathryn Howard bakerfreak
Aug 5, 2012
I really wish that when Americans are posting receipes you would tell us what a box of raspberries is in cups. Or How much butter is a stick. I do not have the same sizes in Canada however I can always measure it out, if I know. Lots of receipes we would love to try however not sure of all measurements.
Tess (TJM) Moore tmoo
Aug 5, 2012
Peg...... That is exactly why I'm putting in vines also.. for next year.... also the black raspberries, as they make excellent jam.... yummmm
how many plants in those 3 rows????and what variety did you plant????
Doris Collins djcollins1122
Aug 5, 2012
Kathryn, indeed sometimes we forget that we do some things differently here than in countries. Since the question of how many raspberries are needed (8 oz) has been answered, I will tell you that one stick of butter is one-half of a cup. Our butter typically comes in one-pound packages, divided into four sticks. There are some exceptions to that, but the one-half cup per stick is the standard for recipes. Hope this helps.
Elaine Koehn sugarkoehn72
Aug 5, 2012
Oh Wow!!! I absolutely love raspberries.... I can't wait to try this recipe! This looks easy and I know it will be great!
mona gibbons ginger103
Aug 5, 2012
My son does not like Raspberries. Used Strawberries instead, and that worked out quite well. Make sure to measure out 1 cup. as the strawberries are larger. Also, doesn't hurt to cut them into smaller pieces. Am going to try blueberries next. Love that fruit.
Happy baking.........
Mary Ann Haut mahaut53
Aug 5, 2012
The little "short" container in my area is about a pint; maybe a cup if they're all good. Very $$......sometimes $5.00. Guess it depends on how badly you want them! :)