Down East Blueberry Buckle
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 30 min.
I haven't tried it yet but it looks good. I don't care who came up with the recipe, I have a freezer full of blueberries from last year & our bushes are loaded & already producing this year. So I'm glad to get a new recipe to try.
There's a similar recipe on TOH called Blueberry Buckle with Lemon Sauce. I compared the recipes and decided to make this one. Then I forgot which recipe said to sprinkle the berries on top and which one said to fold them in, so I sprinkled them on top and pressed them into the batter a little bit. Otherwise, no changes to the recipe, although in my 11x7 pan, it took 45 minutes to get done in the center. It turned out delicious. We ate a piece while it was still warm and decided that we'll warm up the leftovers before enjoying them.
delicious.....I made half the recipe yesterday....still got 6 large slices.... and while it is similar to Betty's recipe it's not exactly....I like the NO glaze....I think that would be way to sweet....Betty has the glaze...so hat's OFF to you and your recipe...
FOR IRIS.....THIS SITE IS FOR RECIPE SHARING--NOT NECESSARILY RECIPE INVENTING.....SINCE I DON'T HAVE THE 1976 BETTY CROCKER COOKBOOK, I AM GLAD TO GET THIS RECIPE AND OTHERS AVAILABLE HERE!!
I am the one who submitted this recipe. I originally got it from my mom. She made it often and it was a favorite. I tweaked it a bit by using either half 'n half or cream in place of milk. That is how I submitted the recipe to Taste of Home. Also I always use real butter. Although fresh blueberries are good I almost always use 2 cups frozen blueberries., rinsed and patted dry with paper towels and add while still frozen. Tip: Do not overbake. Test for doneness after 25 min. Enjoy!
So good! We like it warm with ice cream!
This is a fantastic recipe that I have been baking for 20 years. I consider it more of a coffee cake - not quite as moist as a cake. It's very uncanny that the directions and each of the measurements are exactly the same as the recipe I was given by my mother.
For diannebdb. Amazing how you are the once who created this recipe as it is exactly the same as theone in my 1976 Betty Crocker cookbook!!
Very nice coffee cake. I used buttermilk and my fruit of choice was mango. Husband was impressed.
Easy to put together but i expected it to be more cake-like. My husband thought it was ok though.