Lemon Blueberry Buckle - Los Angeles Times Food Section

Monday, June 20, 2011

Lemon Blueberry Buckle
Lemon Blueberry Buckle

Love the Los Angeles Times Food Section! Always yummy recipes, stories, reviews, spotlights on Southern Cal's farmers market and local produce.

This Lemon blueberry buckle appeared in the Los Angeles Times Food Section in May 2009. It is adapted from "Rustic Fruit Desserts" by Cory Schreiber and Julie Richardson. This is a fruit cake, crumb topping and a lemon glaze on top. Oh yes, crumb topping with lemon glaze. Deliciousness.

Lemon Blueberry Buckle collage 1
The buckle is a simple cake with half the blueberries folded into the batter and the rest sprinkled on top. A crumb mixture tops the batter and then it's baked for 45-50 minutes.

Lemon Blueberry Buckle
After the cake is removed from the oven, a warm glaze of sugar and lemon juice is poured over the cake. I took the syrup a bit too far and it caramelized a bit so it was a little dark, but it didn't matter.

Lemon Blueberry Buckle
I brought this into the library and my co-worker did one of those smiling side-to-side sway thank yous. "Oh, it has everything I like. [sway hip to one side] Fruit and that crumbly topping! [sway hip to other side]." I wish I had video. So, make this cake and you'll get people dancing around the office.

Recipe:
Lemon blueberry buckle
Los Angeles Times, Originally published May 27, 2009
Adapted from "Rustic Fruit Desserts" by Cory Schreiber and Julie Richardson
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19 comments:

Barbara Bakes said... [Reply to comment]

This luscious cake would make anyone smile. Gorgeous!

Ana Degenaar said... [Reply to comment]

All I've had is coffee, please mail me some!?

Katie said... [Reply to comment]

I just bought some blueberries from the Farmer's Market. Now I just need some lemons. This looks so good!

spike. said... [Reply to comment]

looks gorgeous! I would dance too

Jan said... [Reply to comment]

I absolutely love cakes with blueberries. I'd be dancing too ;)

All Things Yummy said... [Reply to comment]

yum, I saw this in the LA Times and was tempted to make it. I'll have to try it now. Did you send it in to be featured in the Food Section?

Nina said... [Reply to comment]

Wow, that is one great looking buckle! Perfect use for blueberries!

Kat said... [Reply to comment]

Looks fabulous!

Aggie said... [Reply to comment]

This is my kind of cake, not only b/c of blueberry and lemon but b/c it's EASY! Looks yummy yummy :)

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said... [Reply to comment]

I have also gotten so many good recipes from the Los Angeles Times over the years! The one I make most often is the LA Times Best Ever Mac & Cheese - so good! The combination of blueberries and lemon in this cake sounds heavenly.

Luv'n Spoonfuls said... [Reply to comment]

This looks DELICIOUS! I love blueberries and have a pint in the fridge...nowI know what to do with it! Thanks for a great post and yummy pictures.

Eliana said... [Reply to comment]

This looks like the perfect summer cake! Love how easy it is to make too.

Shannon Riley said... [Reply to comment]

YUUUUUMMMM!!!! :D

steph (whisk/spoon) said... [Reply to comment]

i've had this buckle before (a friend made it from the book and gave me some)...it is fabulous! yours looks so good, i think i must make it myself.

The Procrastobaker said... [Reply to comment]

The blueberry buckle itself sounds lovely but the addition of the lemon glaze just makes it irresistible! Looks delicious :)

Isabelle @ Crumb said... [Reply to comment]

Love the combination of blueberries and lemon... so fresh and summery.
This post just reminded me that I'm long overdue for a batch of buckle. It's been years since I've last made it! It'll have to wait until I can get my hands on some local wild blueberries, though. :)

TeaLady said... [Reply to comment]

I adore Lemon and Blueberry together. And in a buckle. Thanks for this one.

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

I made the strawberry pie/cake today for dessert and it was FABULOUS! It took about 10 minutes less to bake in my oven.

Angry Asian said... [Reply to comment]

thank you for the recipe, i made this recently and it was quite the smashing success!

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