By wife2abadge on September 01, 2006
Photo by Derf
Photo by Derf
"This coffee cake had my coworkers swooning! It's tender, buttery, and very delicious. Don't substitute margarine -- it's just not the same. The recipe doubles nicely for a 9x13-inch pan."
Serving Size: 1 (129 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 9
"Sorry this didn't go over too well, it turned out very heavy. Probably because my hand mixer could not handle it, There was no way i could beat the batter for 2 minutes dumping all the ingredients mentioned at once, it turned into a thick gluey mass which ran up the mixer beaters and slowed down and almost stopped the mixer. Even adding the eggs did not help. I think if the butter, flour, baking powder, salt, sugar and milk were added separately it probably would have worked. I definately was not done in the 50 minutes, it was still raw in the middle, I baked it about 80 minutes, it was still heavy and under done. We did try to eat it but it was just too heavy. Sorry but I wouldn't make it again. Perhaps others have bigger and better electric mixers."
"This was SO good -- especially still fresh and warm from the oven! Made a double recipe using frozen saskatoons and had to bake an extra 15 minutes or so, but it was wonderful!"
"Absolutely scrumptious! Made two for the church blueberry bake sale and two for home consumption to raves of delight from everyone. Thank you for sharing this best ever recipe."
"I didn't get to try it, but everyone told me it was really good. I made it for a weekly coffee social and made double the recipe. Thanks a lot!"
"This coffee cake was a real surprise. I did a double recipe and probably used close to 3 cups of blueberries. The batter was so thick that I just mixed until blended. I had to bake it about 70-75 minutes, probably because it was a double recipe. I wasn't sure it would turn out, but the results were fantastic. It was moist and tender -- everything it was supposed to be and more. Absolutely wonderful coffee cake!"
"I loved it. It had just the right amount of blueberries and plenty of streusel topping. I was a little worried at first when my dough was so dry but I had nothing to worry about. It turned out perfect."
"This is great! And doesn't skimp on the yummy topping like most coffee cake recipes do. Very moist and not overly sweet. Thank you for including the flouring of the blueberries. I always forget to do that! I ended up baking mine for about 70 minutes for it to be completely done in the middle. "