Blueberries and Cream Coffee Cake
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 55 min. + cooling
Delicious and rich. I made this for my husband's birthday, and it was enjoyed by all!
I was very disappointed with my cake. I followed all the instructions but after 60 minutes the cake still wasn’t done. It baked for another 20 or 25 minutes but was still too wet at the bottom. If I try this recipe again, I would use fresh or completely defrosted blueberries, not frozen ones. Of course using frozen ones probably ruined this cake. I threw my cake out!
Just made this and the flavor is wonderful. I baked mine 62 minutes and could have been baked about 5 more minutes. (I think it’s probably my oven). All of the flavors work great together and we will make this again soon!
Has anyone tried this recipe with a sugar substitute - erythritol, swerve or stevia? Would like to try this for a no-sugar diet!
I thought this was great, not too sweet, and great for company
This is the perfect addition to brunch. Made this for a coffee date visit to my grandma, and it was just perfect. Will definitely put this recipe into rotation going forward for when we have guests over!
Wish I could give this another five stars. Make sure eggs and butter is at room temperature. Didn't vary from the recipe at all except I didn't use nuts. My whole family is facing over it.
We used fresh raspberries for our cake....and came out delicious. As others mentioned, this is a thick, dense, rich cake. It's flavorful and moist, and enjoyed by everyone who ate a slice! Love the brown sugar cinnamon swirl. We used a pretty bundt cake pan (with tulips), but honestly the cake stands by itself without a special pan.
Uh oh. Didn't work as well as I hoped. Under done though baked longer than recommended by 30 minutes. I'm guessing the following changes for next time: room temperature everything!, don't substitute Greek Yogurt for sour cream (might work, but not chancing it next time) and going to reduce the sugar: it's plenty sweet!
One of the BEST cakes ever! Agree with cutting back on the brown sugar.