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So moist, so easy, so delicious!!! I made up a generous 2 cups of berries with mostly blueberries and partly gooseberries, and what an extra treat that was. I used an 8 x 8 baking dish with no overflow problem, and baked the cake for about 46 min. I take up the mantra of another reviewer: "ya gotta try this one!"
This was really good! I used a 9x9 pan and I'm glad I did as I think it would've been close to overflowing in an 8x8 once baked. Had to bake for almost 50 minutes. Used skim milk and as the blueberries I had were getting old and starting to shrivel up, I used a little over 2 cups in order to use them up. Very moist and *full* of berries. Thanks so much for the recipe Michelle!
This is so good and so moist! I used whole wheat pastry flour and soy milk plus frozen blueberries. I used a 9x9 pan that I sprayed but did not flour. It took up the whole pan and got nice and brown. Very very moist with a lovely molasses flavor. Plain with some milk it was lovely. Thanks Michelle.
Finally!!! I made this about two weeks ago but put it into the freezer. Brought it out yesterday to defrost in the fridge and served it for dessert tonite. It was well received by all. The molasses really gives this its taste. I had leftover batter which made two large muffins(saved for myself). I did tweak a little to save calories and lower fat. I used half sugar and half Splenda, egg white, non-fat milk and my Better Butter recipe. I don't think it made any difference to taste because of the molasses. Will be making this again!
This cake was amazing. I love molasses and the combination with blueberries is MMMMMMM. I didn't have an 8 inch square pan and it looked like it might overflow my cake pan so I made it in two layers and baked for 30 minutes. It was perfect and I think it would have been a close fit in one pan. Since I made two layers I decided to put a little frosting on. It was very good that way but I would like to have it with just a dab of whipped cream or ice cream. Ya gotta try this one. Thanks for a great recipe Michelle.