Blueberry Yogurt Cake

  • MegLee Posted: 05/30/09
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    I'm not sure if this was intended to be a breakfast coffee cake recipe, but I omitted some of the sugar and butter for the top and the inner layer, and added a few extra walnuts and my fiancee and I loved it! It was so delicious, especially when paired with a dark roasted coffee.

  • makw79 Posted: 07/19/10
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    I didn't have yogurt so I used sour cream. I also omitted the nutmeg and walnuts due to personal taste and used fresh blueberries from the farmers' market. The result was moist, buttery, and delicious! Will definitely make this again.

  • Kimmy5719 Posted: 01/08/11
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    I never get the chance to comment about a recipe I've tried and liked, so I'm very excited to share that this recipe is fantastically good! I did not used walnuts, and thawed my blueberries before using them. I also used the splenda 50/50 sugar mixture and sprayed my pan with baking oil in a can, all to save on calories. Cooking time only amounted to 42 minutes, any longer and it may have burned...It was so delicious! Very good for breakfast as a coffee cake!

  • kmeddington Posted: 08/21/11
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    Really moist and delicious- especially when it's still warm!

  • AnjaLu Posted: 04/28/12
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    made this for the second time and it keeps being very sludgy inside - although toothpick came out clean after 43 minutes :/ - but it still tastes great!

  • Wickerpuds Posted: 04/22/12
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    Very good, very moist, but a little too sweet for my personal taste. Also a little too oily (greasy) from the large amount of butter used. If you like it really sweet and buttery you'll LOVE this one! I will make again with less of the brown sugar mix and try substituting apple sauce for part of the butter.

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