Simple, delicious coffee cake recipe that my mom made for company. I took the basic recipe and added blueberries.
Weekends are a great time to relax but we all know they’re also a good time to get things done, and for us that often means doing a little food prep for the week ahead. We like to have a few items ready to go so that everyone can get out of the house both on time and fed.
Our blueberry buttermilk breakfast bake is just one of those recipes that we can go to for a weekend brunch or have on deck as a grab-and-go breakfast or snack. Sure, we could whip up a batch of blueberry muffins, but sometimes it’s fun to change up that routine and do something a little different.
I haven’t tried this recipe but in reading the reviews someone said the blueberries all sank to the bottom. To prevent this add the blueberries to the dry mixture and make sure they are well coated with the dry ingredients before adding the wet. This also works for raisins & nuts.
Buttermilk is an amazing ingredient to add to baked goods. The acidity of the milk reacts with baking soda, resulting in the production of bubbles. These bubbles bring lighter and fluffier texture to a baked good.
Now, on to the good stuff: part of the joy of baking is sharing with those we care about, and this is also a great dish to share, especially as a part of a care package for friends and family. It’s always nice to get something homemade, especially when it’s a meal or treat that you don’t have to cook!
I made a half recipe in an 8×8 pan, baked for 55 minutes and had no problems with sinking blueberries. I took this to a birthday party and left with just my pan! It’s very light and not too sweet. Side note: I mixed it all with a whisk, that may have helped.
Blueberry muffins meet blueberry pancakes in this super yummy breakfast bake. It’s so easy to fall back on a plain ol’ piece of toast or bowl of cereal in the morning – in fact, it’s probably easier to skip breakfast altogether.
This is a great coffeecake, very moist and delicious! I made it with half blueberries, half blackberries, added 1 cup white chocolate chips… for the topping, I added a tsp cinnamon and a 1/2 cup chopped walnuts. It was a big hit at the office!
- 2 cups all-purpose flour, divided
- 2 cups fresh blueberries
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