These Blueberry Yogurt Muffins are made with Siggi’s vanilla yogurt and whole wheat flour to bring you a nutritious yet delicious treat any time of day!
Back in September when I was in Vermont for the Blog Brûlée event, I had the opportunity to meet Siggi Hilmarsson, the founder and owner of Siggi’s, an awesome yogurt company that makes Icelandic-style yogurt. We even had the chance to strain our own yogurt which was quite eye-opening since it was the first time I’ve ever attempted to make yogurt. And surprisingly it wasn’t too difficult!
Siggi’s brand is different from many other yogurt brands since it’s all natural and made with simple ingredients, with not a lot of sugar. I personally love topping this yogurt with my homemade granola and of course baking with it too! That’s where this blueberry yogurt muffin recipe comes into play. It’s a simple recipe with yogurt and whole wheat flour to make a perfect breakfast or snack.
If you love Siggi’s as much as I do or want to give it a try, head on over to my Instagram page for a chance to win a month’s supply of Siggi’s yogurt!
Siggi’s yogurt is an excellent choice to add to your daily routine. Like Greek yogurt, Siggi’s is high in protein (14 grams per 5.3 ounce serving) and only has about 11 grams of sugar for every 100 calories. Siggi’s comes in a variety of flavors, all hand-picked by Siggi himself to ensure the quality and flavor is superb.
Disclaimer: This post is NOT sponsored, however I was provided with a month’s supply of Siggi’s yogurt in the form of coupons for an Instagram giveaway. This giveaway starts Wednesday, January 25 and ends Wednesday, February 1.
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