Blueberry Dessert

"I found this in a Taste of Home Country Cooking Book. What a treat for everyone. I use peaches, strawberries--any fruit I have. Great with ice cream, too."
 
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Ready In:
1hr 15mins
Ingredients:
12
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Put berries in greased 8" square pan.
  • Dribble juice over, and sprinkle with cinnamon Cream sugar and butter Add dry ingredients and milk.
  • Mix til smooth.
  • Spread over berries.
  • Combine sugar and cornstarch.
  • Sprinkle over batter.
  • Pour boiling water carefully over.
  • Bake 45-60 minutes at 350° till browned.
  • Can be halved in a loaf pan.

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Reviews

  1. Christino
    This is a very good blueberry recipe, quick and easy also. I have made it several times, but with the listed sugar it is too sweet, I cut the sugar to about half and it is still delicious.
     
  2. carey
    LOVE this recipe. Easy to prepare and even easier to enjoy.
     
  3. jane49423
    I made a strawberry/raspberry combo using some homemade canned fruit. It is very sweet - I cut back a little. Great with vanilla ice cream!
     
  4. Abby Girl
    This dessert was OK....but definately not enough for a 5 star rating!!! I would give it a 3-1/2 star. There is a little more work involved than the instructions had suggested! Like other reviewer's commets, I cut the sugar down to 1/2 cup...added some lemon rind and upped the blueberries a bit. This could actually be increased to 3 cups. I found the instructions could have been clearer..1)it does not say to bring out the mix master, and 2) the dough definately did not sprinkle!! It should read...."dot the dough evenly over the blueberries". I have bags of frozen blueberries to go through, so I would do this one again....but for a more casual family setting!
     
  5. thebrighthouse
    My daughter loves blueberries and this is the ultimate presentation on a cold winter evening. I followed the recipe. I was a little afraid of the cinnamon but it was Oh So Yummy! Thank you for this 5 star recipe.
     
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  1. Bobbin
    This was fantastic! My son who was a skeptic even liked it. I didn't have a full 2 c of blueberries so I cut up some strawberries to add to the mix. I used butter instead of margarine and added a splash of vanilla to the batter. This was so good. I can't wait to try it again with peaches!
     

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Hi. My name is Ann. I live in a little town in South Jersey. I live in our home with my dear husband,Dave, our oldest daughter Susann and her two boys, Joseph and Zachary. Also our oldest son, David(Jr), and his two daughters, Jamie and Kayla on the weekends.And our youngest son, Seth is living here with us also, with his three dear cats. Our daughter,Allison and her husband,Brandon are living in their own house. All totalled we have five cats and two dogs right now. LOL I love to feed my family. When the kids were young, I would always feed their friends before and after school or dinner if they wanted. I love to make people smile , making foods they enjoy. Most of my recipes are handed down from Grandmothers, Mothers, friends. I treasure these recipes made by those I love.
 
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