By Luby Luby Luby on July 02, 2007
"We have a next-door neighbor at our fishing camp who always gives us a quart bag of fresh blueberries every summer. I look forward to this wonderful gift each year so I can make this delicious bread. It has the texture of a cake and is very moist and delicate. I would check it at 60 minutes using the toothpick method - you may need to go a little longer depending on your oven. The berries do sink to the bottom so you may want to shake them in flour before adding to the batter."
Serving Size: 1 (180 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
"So yes, the berries were on the bottom, but that didn't detract in the least from the great taste combo ~ Love the flavor of these berries with lemon! Thanks for sharing a very nice keeper! [Made & reviewed in Bargain Basement tag]"
"I am not going to give this any stars b/c I used a different pan and I'm not sure if that made it change or not. I made this in a bundt pan. I baked it for over 2 hours. The flavor of this was very nice. The texture, however, was very dense. This is probably due to the bundt pan. I also used about a 1/2 cup more blueberries. I floured them and they still sunk. :( It was tasty but I would recommend using the loaf pans as the recipe states. I used a bundt pan b/c my family doesn't seem to like to eat "loaves" . They will eat the same recipe in a bundt pan much faster. LOL"