5 Reviews

This cake reminded me of a big muffin, we really enjoyed the mix of peaches and berries on top. I used slivered almonds in the streusel which turned out very tasty and crunchy. The only problem was that the areas of cake without fruit was very dry.

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jackieliz September 05, 2010

Delicious and really easy to make! I subbed raspberries for the blueberries, as I had them on hand, and it tasted lovely with the peaches. I aslo used ground almonds instead of hazelnuts (I was sure I had hazeluts, but couldn't find them!) Such a beautiful cake, it looks like you spent hours making it. Definately will make this one again! Thanks, Rita! Made for Veg*n Swap 12.

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Katzen July 26, 2009

Very nice breakfast-y type of cake! This would be a good addition to a brunch spread. I didn't have any hazelnuts, so I used walnuts instead, and, except for the two fresh peaches I had on hand, the fruit was frozen. At first glance, I didn't think there was going to be enough streusel for both cakes (I looove streusel), but once it was sprinkled on it was just fine. Good stuff, thanks for posting! Made for ZWT4

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Muffin Goddess June 28, 2008

Very nice cake, the blueberries and peaches are great together. I did use frozen fruit that I thawed, rinsed and wiped with a paper towel.

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lauralie41 November 06, 2005

This is a great cake! I used a buttery yellow cake mix. The fruit with the crumb topping, totally awesome! Thanks Rita L

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RecipeNut September 26, 2003
Blueberry Peach Streusel Cake