TWD: Blueberry Crumb Cake


This week’s TWD recipe was chosen by Befuddlement by Sihan. You can find the recipe on her blog or in Dorie Greenspan’s book Baking From My Home to Yours on pages 192-193.


This crumb cake was delicious. It was very easy to put together, though you definitely need to follow the directions carefully, especially if using frozen blueberries.

ANOTHER DELICIOUS IDEA >>  Lemon Cornmeal Cake with Blueberry Sauce

I also noticed that my baking powder was slightly expired, ummm ok REALLY expired. So I ran out and bought some more before continuing!


My edges started to brown before the cake was done in the middle, so I covered all the sides with foil and put it back in till the center was done. Perfect! I also made a glaze from some blueberry juice and powdered sugar. MMMMM it didn’t need it though, it was sweet enough without it!

ANOTHER DELICIOUS IDEA >>  Fresh Strawberry Muffins with Vanilla Lemon Glaze

We ate half and I gave the other half to my neighbor who raved about it. A winner!

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Comments

  1. Marie says

    Your cake looks lovely Amanda! I love the idea of a blueberry drizzle! I think this was one of my favourite recipes thus far! (I know, I say that EVERY time!)

  2. Andrea says

    Your cake looks amazing! I wish I would have thought to make a glaze with the blueberry juice, it is so pretty, great job :) I’m glad that you enjoyed this recipe, we loved it too.

  3. Jill says

    Your cake looks so pretty with the glaze! I wonder why baking powder comes in such a big container – even if you bake a lot, it takes a long time to get through the whole thing!

  4. Katrina says

    Great cake. Love the drizzle. Glad the cake worked well for you–it’s amazing what new baking powder can do! ;)

  5. Carrie says

    Looks yummy. Love the idea of blueberries– my favorite. I will have to give it a try sometime for my family.

    Thanks for the tip on the baking powder– I checked mine. Fwwww… it was fine.

  6. Debbie says

    Looks delicious Amanada. I have Dorie’s book but half the time when I see these recipes I don’t recall them in there. I need to start cooking from the book sometime!!!

  7. Kayte says

    Foil…THAT’S what I should have thought of…you are so right…my edges were browner than I wanted. Your cake looks lovely, and how creative and fun is that drizzle? Very nice…I learn so much each week from all the creative bits you all do…I am so NOT creative…when I see it done, I can copy it, however. Stealing your drizzle next time. Thanks.

  8. Tami says

    Looks yummy! I love the purple glaze and I know that Alexis would, too! :)

    I’m glad to see that I’m not the only one who finds outdated stuff tucked in the back of the cupboards. LOL!

    I hope to make this later today. Like a lot of things, it might not get done until later in the week.

  9. n.o.e says

    Check out how purple that glaze is! Great job on the cake and I’m glad it earned rave reviews from all.
    Nancy

  10. MaryBeth says

    I think that is just a little more than slightly expires…it happens to us all. Your bars looks wonderful

  11. Suzy says

    I love the blue icing. Looks so Yummy!
    Thanks for the blog visit! Trying to catch up on all your sites, your a busy SAHM….

  12. Karen says

    I’m noticing the people who used frozen blueberries had to cook theirs longer, makes sense now that I think about it!
    This was really delicious.

  13. Annette says

    Your cake looks delicious! The blueberry glaze sounds amazing. I bet it took this recipe over the top. Great job! I really liked it too. :)

  14. Carol Peterman says

    The glaze is a great color! Good move on buying new baking powder before making the cake, it does matter.

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