A lightly sweet tea cake enriched with the all the wholesome goodness of blueberries. This fruity cake has a crumbly cinnamon sugar topping and a tender, sturdy crumb that is hard to resist. The blueberries stay suspended in the thick batter and lend their moistness to the cake, especially if left to sit overnight.
I have a low-fat, low-sugar blueberry and banana coffeecake recipe to share today. It’s a lovely treat for breakfast, with a cup of tea for an afternoon snack or with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for dessert. It comes together quickly and bakes up tall and fluffy dotted throughout with plump, juicy blueberries.
It’s time for me to wrap up BSI: Blueberries. You all came through with super scrumptious blueberry goodies. You made this serious blueberry lover very proud! I’ll be expecting a taste of each one by way of fed-ex tomorrow. Tee-hee. Thanks for all your entries! My heart couldn’t bear to pick one entry over another – you’re all winners in my book. I used a… [Read more]
Something Borrowed, Something Blue…Blogger Secret Ingredient Heather of girlichef has passed the BSI (Blogger Secret Ingredient) torch on to me this week. I’m excited because this couldn’t have come at a better time. My favorite fruit is in season right now! Something borrowed something blue. . . berries! Sweet, plump, juicy blueberries. The super fruit. I could eat them for breakfast, lunch, dinner and all… [Read more]