Friday, August 17, 2012

Buttermilk Blueberry Breakfast Cake: WANT!


If I had blueberries in the house, this would be in my oven right now. Recipe here.

10 comments:

Bonnie said...

Yum! I have blueberries in the refrigerator and guest coming for the weekend. hmmm...think I might check this recipe out. Have a wonderful weekend!

ladyhawthorne said...

That looks like it would be good with any kind of berry...raspberry, blackberry, strawberry.....maybe even cranberry!

Content in a Cottage said...

Angela...

You are right. I would love the tartness of fresh cranberries. But guess what! I don't have any of those berries you mentioned in the house.

Off to the market I must go later today.

Enjoy the weekend, Rosemary

ladyhawthorne said...

I have some blackberries in the freezer, so maybe I could make this tomorrow. I'm canning chicken today, the whole house smells like chicken noodle soup!

Content in a Cottage said...

Bonnie...

You should make this cake for Sunday breakfast. It really does look delicious!
Enjoy your company.

xo, Rosemary

Content in a Cottage said...

Angela,

That must be a wonderful smell. You are so smart stocking your pantry for the winter. You deserve a treat after slaving over a hot stove.
This cake with blackberries would be nice.

xo, Rosemary

humbird said...

Oh yes. That recipe is a keeper. In our chilly weather right now, this delicious delight would go down a treat!
Incentive for a rainy weekend.

Thanks for posting it Rosemary :)

Kay G. said...

Thanks for having this recipe on here and the link. It looks so good and I think I could use rice flour and make it gluten-free! (My husband had celiac disease.)
You know how you have the work "here" and you click on there and go straight to that other blog, how do you do that? I can only type the link directly.
Thanks,
KAY

Content in a Cottage said...

Kay....I'm sure rice flour would be perfect for gluten free breakfast cake.

It's so easy to add a link to your blog post.
I have already copied the URL of the website I want the link to take the reader to and then I do the following. I highlight the word here and go up to the toolbar and click on link. When that opens I paste the URL in the box and click ok and poof...a link has been created.

Here's a tutorial on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3l71GZpqOYk

I hope you know how to copy and paste. :)

xo, Rosemary

Content in a Cottage said...

Vicki....

That breakfast cake would be perfect for a rainy, chilly weekend. I need one of those :)

xo, Rosemary