Blueberry-Cream Cheese Coffee Cake

  • Karens1065 Posted: 11/30/08
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    I made this coffee cake today and it was outstanding. I had to bake it for about 45 minutes.

  • mse2008 Posted: 03/05/09
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    absolutely delicious. takes lots of bowls to make it but it's totally worth it. i've made this a few times and people love it.

  • lilt1758 Posted: 08/05/09
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    Baked this morning for office breakfast. Rave reviews. It is very time consuming but worth it. Would make again, if I had plenty of time. Didn't stray from original recipe. Was perfect just the way it was. Try it, you'll like it.

  • Lizzi621 Posted: 02/07/11
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    WOW!! Awesome recipe. Next time I will put a teaspoon of flour in my cream cheese mixture because it was a little to runny. I also had to bake for 50 minutes and I used a springform pan. I will definitely make again.

  • ItalianCook79 Posted: 06/29/09
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    This cake was really delicious, everyone loved it. I thought it was better in the fridge after a day or so. Yummy! The cake was very moist and the filling was excellent. I will definitely make it again.

  • kkbswtps4me Posted: 12/25/10
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    This is so yummy! My coffee cake looked exactly like the picture, too! I've made it twice and everyone just raves about it. Be careful not overcook it. The second time I cooked it, the middle wasn't as ooey, gooey (technical term, I know!). Make this for your next brunch. You won't be disappointed!

  • Raine0204 Posted: 08/05/09
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    I made this and brought it in to some friends at work a week or so ago. I often take foods in but when they ate this, they said I "Out did myself". I was asked for the recipe today. I followed the recipe as written.

  • Rosebudd Posted: 08/18/09
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    This is a great recipe. I made it with blueberries I will double berrys next time. I did have apple juice I used Orange juice in stead. I have also made it with peaches & add a touch of cinnamon,did the same as cooking blue berries, I also made one with crushed pinapple. I didn't use any OJ. I drain some of the juice & thicked it with cornstarch. It was wonderfull. Everyone just loved it. I also use margarine instead of butter. Just make sure you read recipe before making.This is a keeper for sure.

  • DeBink Posted: 09/19/09
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    This has become one of my favorite recipes. I have given the cake as Christmas gifts and made it to share with coworkers. People always eat the last crumbs and rave about the beautiful presentation and the delicious taste. It is always a show stopper. It is great with fresh or frozen blueberries. I make the recipe as written and would not change a thing.

  • sarahjones Posted: 07/20/10
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    Made this tonight it was great! Will make again for sure.

  • Musicmaker Posted: 09/27/10
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    I served this today at my Ladies' Bible Study. It was delicious as well as pretty! The only change I made was doubling the amount of blueberries. I'll be making this again real soon.

  • asking Posted: 07/06/11
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    I was looking for something special, and this is it! It was very easy to make, even when mixing by hand. I didn't have blueberries so I used cherries instead. You could probably substitute any fruit. Also, I use a heart shaped pan because it was the right size. It didn't look anything like the picture, but it couldn't have been prettier. It was so delicious... moist and not overly sweet. We loved it! Definitely worth trying.

  • asha3010 Posted: 08/01/12
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    This is absolutely delicious & will certainly be making this again! Please stick to the pan size specified in the recipe. Halved the recipe and used a 7" (3 " deep) spring form pan. The batter rose considerably while baking with some of it spilling over in the process. I baked it for 40mins and the centre did look like it was slightly jiggly, After letting it rest for the specified time, I took a slice of the cake - the cream cheese portion was still unset. Left it in the fridge for an hour by which time the cream cheese portion firmed up. I was redirected to this site from here http://axokuaci.wordpress.com/2010/06/06/blueberry-cream-cheese-coffee-cake/ which provides a step by step pictorial, which I found very useful.

  • christycarter75 Posted: 08/19/12
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    SOOOOO Good!!!!!!!! I used ricotta cheese instead of yogurt and it was the best ever.

  • jacquieM Posted: 06/21/12
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    This was delicious. Looks exactly as pic....

  • Michell26 Posted: 07/27/13
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    I am an experienced baker/cook. I did not like this cake nor think it was worth the time or extra steps. I think there are far better coffee cakes and the ones from Ina Gartner out shine this one. By cooking the blueberries you are making more of a compote. I much prefer fresh blueberries in a coffee cake. I didn't care for the twang that the cream cheese gave it either. A coffee cake made with sour cream or yogurt with fresh blueberries and a streusel top is delicious and will remain at the top of my list over this one.

  • seaside725 Posted: 12/29/13
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    this was one of the best tasting coffee cakes I have ever made. I had to bake it for 50 minutes and then I did let it sit overnight. It presented beautifully. It looked like I had brought it from a pricey bakery. This will be my go to coffee cake to bring along to an event.

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