Blueberry Pull-Apart Buns

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19 Responses

  1. Great looking muffins. Just stumbled across your blog and loving your creations. Just wondering how you get to write all your posts up living in a campervan

    • Thank you! Not all my posts are baked and written in the van, staying with friends, family and much house sitting. Many of the posts are though, I have a little kitchen in my van and a little laptop. Wifi is pretty easy to find, even if it means having a coffee/drink. I write the posts up first {we don’t have a tv so evenings are good for writing} then it’s just a case of uploading.

  2. brookenado says:

    Wow, these look fantastic! I love the idea of making them in individual muffin form, too. Perfect for taking them on the go!

  3. I have to say these looks fantastic! The individual portions idea is great!
    I’m sure they taste really good as well. And not to mention, they look fun to pull apart and eat.

  4. jmcvl says:

    I had already liked this just at your first photo – and then I scrolled down and OH MY GOODNESS this recipe looks incredible. *drooling*

  5. nikyvanloo says:

    Hmmmm.. It looks so nice!

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