Blueberry Boy Bait

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  • Mix together flour, sugar, & butter.
  • Reserve 3/4 cup of this mixture for topping.
  • To remainder, add salt, baking powder, vanilla, milk, & egg yolks.
  • Blend well.
  • Beat egg whites until firm; fold into batter and pour into 9" X 13" baking pan.
  • Sprinkle blueberries over top, and then remainder of reserved flour/sugar/butter mixture.
  • Bake in 350 degree oven for 40-50 minutes.

Questions & Replies

  1. Has anyone made using a loaf pan? Did you half the recipe? Thanks!


  1. This cake is so easy to make, and WOW it's fantastic!! I took it to a 4th of July family gathering and the 8 of us finished it ALL!! The only things I altered was: I like a lot of crumbs so I made extra after removing the 3/4 cup, and I tossed the berries with a little flour so they would stay suspended in the batter. <br/>Thanks so much for a wonderful cake!!
  2. Wow this was so moist and soft and light and delicious! I subsituted frozen mixed berries and it came out wonderful. Will make again and again!
  3. This cake is terrific! The last time that I made it I used about 1.5 cups of frozen blueberries and 1.5 cups of fresh strawberries family LOVED it! I think that I will also try making it with other berries such as raspberries or blackberries when they are in season. Strawberry and rhubarb would probably be good too. I try to serve this cake when it's still warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, but it's also very good cooled down & on it's own.
  4. I found the recipe a little unclear in the first step which was to mix together the flour, sugar and butter. I grated the butter over the mixture and then used my fingers to make it even crumbs. The other steps were fine and the result delicious with a buttery base which was wonderful with the sweet tart blueberries.
  5. This was so yummy. I whipped this up and also drizzled a small amount of Lemon Glaze (lemon juice and powdered sugar) to add a little extra to it. Super delicious! Thanks!


  1. I to substituted blackberries for the blueberries. It was quick and tasty but a little dry. I should have served it with ice cream.
  2. This was great!I ended up halving the recipe and used raspberries instead of blueberries--turned out fantastic.Really moist and just the right amount of sweetness.Kids gobbled it up and I did too!!Thanks for a great(and easy) recipe!


I'm a full-time student at a University of Wisconsin campus, with a double major in Sociology and History. I have three adorable children, ages 9 yrs, 5 yrs, and our 2 yr old son. My nine yr old is in third grade. My 5 yr old is is in kindergarten. My littlest one is pleasantly plump. ;) We also have 2 cats. My daughter recently joined recipezaar under the name Miss Bean I also really like sewing. I make @ 1/3 of my daughters clothes. Reading is also a BIG staple in my life. One of my favorite ways to find a book is to walk into the library, pick a shelf and simply grab a book at random. I've read so many great books I probably wouldn't have found out any other way. I also like to camp and fish with my DH. He eats, sleeps and breathes fishing. He would like to one day start his own company, he hand ties and sells fishing lures locally. And he loves my cooking and will try anything at least once. ;) He works as a pressman at a local printing company. <a href="" target="_blank"><img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>
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