Popular Joanne Fluke recipes include Norman's Egg Salad, Hannah's Strawberry Muffins and Blue Blueberry Muffins. These recipes are taken from Joanne Fluke's murder mystery novels.
Norman's Egg Salad is taken from the novel "Cream Puff Murder," says We Gotta Eat. Four cups of eggs are roughly chopped for a textured egg salad that can be served on bread, with lettuce or in a cream puff. Bacon, parsley, cream cheese, sour cream and mayo add flavor to this salad. The recipe will make enough for approximately 12 egg sandwiches.
The recipe for Hannah's Strawberry Muffins is taken from the book "Double Fudge Brownie Murder," according to Toronto Cooks. The recipe calls for frozen strawberries, strawberry jam and cinnamon. The muffins are topped with a crumble made from sugar, flour and salted butter. They can be made with paper muffin liners or straight from a greased muffin tray.
The recipe for Blue Blueberry Muffins uses frozen blueberries and blueberry pie filling to make fruity cakes. As only half a cup of blueberry pie filling is needed, Joanne Fluke recommends freezing half cup portions to use whenever baking this recipe, notes Food Channel. Like the strawberry muffins, the blue blueberry muffins have a crumb topping.