In this blog post, we’ll add this delicious blueberry lemon puff puff recipe to the puff puff series.I’m so proud of myself that I’ve been on this journey Puff puff Discovery and the flavor possibilities that accompany it. If this is the first post to land in this series, welcome! We started our journey with goat cheese flavors and went on to more complex flavors like il and cheese. Some flavors were received with open arms, but some had my followers with placards outside my door. Well, I may lie a bit, but I encourage you to explore with me.
This weekend I made a small detour that I haven’t recorded on my blog yet.I hosted an Instagram live that I made with my followers Puff puffs of egg and dark chocolate.. My findings are documented in the links provided in case you miss it. After such a bold experiment, I decided to return to normal in this series. If not, how else do you believe I haven’t lost it altogether?
In this recipe, if you need to make any changes, make a blueberry compote and mix it with the puff-puff recipe to make the blueberry flavor more pronounced. I also chose honey instead of sugar to take a break from processed sugar. Please let me know if you try this blueberry lemon puff puff recipe.
Blueberry lemon puff puff recipe
- 1/2 cup medium flour
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/4 lemon wedge
- 1 teaspoon of honey
- 5 Blueberries (increase as needed)
- 1/4 cup light yogurt + 2 tbsp
- Fried oil
Mix flour and baking powder in a bowl.
Squeeze the juice from the lemon wedge and mix with honey and yogurt.
Pour the yogurt mix into the flour and mix until smooth and stretchy.
Add whole or chopped blueberries to the mix and mix.
Heat the oil to fry on low to medium heat and scoop a small bowl into the oil.
Fry until golden and heat.