Blueberry-Brown Sugar Plain Cake - Tuesdays with Dorie

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Blueberry-Brown Sugar Plain Cake - Tuesdays with Dorie
Blueberry-Brown Sugar Plain Cake

For this week's Tuesdays with Dorie selection, Cindy of Everyday Insanity chose Blueberry-Brown Sugar Plain Cake on page 36 of Dorie's book, Baking: From My Home to Yours.

Blueberry-Brown Sugar Plain Cake collage 2
This is another great Dorie recipe. Easy to make. Delicious and, my favorite part, no frosting. Sign me up!

I made this early this morning and dropped it off at my folk's house. My mom works at an elementary school so she brought it to the teacher's lounge.

Blueberry-Brown Sugar Plain Cake collage 1
I didn't have the 2 cups of blueberries...because I ate some of them! :) But I think my cup and a scattering were plenty of blueberries. I threw some blueberries on top to make sure they all didn't sink to the bottom.

Blueberry-Brown Sugar Plain Cake - Tuesdays with Dorie
Check out the other Tuesdays with Dorie bakers and see their creations!

Cindy of Everyday Insanity blog,
or, Dorie's book, Baking: From My Home to Yours (page 36)
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Adriana said... [Reply to comment]

I had to laugh - no frosting is one of my favorite things too. That cake looks scrumptious!

Meister @ The Nervous Cook said... [Reply to comment]

I'll bet those blueberries are so satisfying when they pop between your teeth -- especially when they're still warm out of the oven!

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

Love your tip for keeping the blueberries from sinking Mary! I tossed mine with flour and that didn't work, your method is perfect.

Audrie said... [Reply to comment]

Yum! I make something similar called blueberry buckle & it's delicious. It's got blueberries... how could it not be?! :)

Like Tracey, I also toss my blueberries in flour... except mine doesn't sink. Wonder why the difference?

Clivia said... [Reply to comment]

I wish I'd used more blueberries in mine. Your cake looks lovely!

Jessica of My Baking Heart said... [Reply to comment]

Smart move with the berries on top... of course, mine sunk. :) Your cake is beautiful - I know those teachers loved it!

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

It looks delicious! I'm so hooked on her blueberry crumb cake from the same book, that I haven't bothered venturing outside of it.

Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

Looks fantastic - your mom and her coworkers are lucky ducks! Hmmm, would it work as a bundt?

The Food Librarian said... [Reply to comment]

@Jessica Jessica, I think this would be a great mini bundt! Yummmmmm....

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

sprinkling some berries on top--i wish i had that insight! i'm sure the teachers enjoyed this one.

Mary said... [Reply to comment]

OK, I made the exact same thing but somehow your picture is making me hungry again.....

Tia @ buttercreambarbie said... [Reply to comment]

looks fantastic. every picture is scrumptious. awesome job.

TeaLady said... [Reply to comment]

good idea to sprinkle some on top so they would be evenly distributed. This looks tasty.

Cindy said... [Reply to comment]

Thanks for baking along with me this week. This cake was so good it didn't need frosting. Vanilla ice cream tasted good though!

Jodie said... [Reply to comment]

Wow yours looks like it has extra blueberries, not fewer! I loved this cake, too. So yummy.

spike. said... [Reply to comment]

Looks like there are plenty of blueberries. I've read so many great things about this cake, can't wait to make it!

alvarosa said... [Reply to comment]

Good idea to sprinkle some berries on top - after baking the cake I thought of that, too, but too late for me. Doesn't look at all if you had less berries than needed!

So Very Domestic said... [Reply to comment]

Um yummmm!!! What a great idea!

kimberleyblue said... [Reply to comment]

I've been meaning to make this cake. I definitely am more inspired now - that layer of blueberry looks amazing!

Eliana said... [Reply to comment]

Hmmmm - looks so delicious and perfect for summer.

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