Blueberry Speckled Loaf Cake
I'm planning to call this " marbled " loaf cake but my pureed blueberries came out speckled not marbled hee hee
It's either my pureed blueberries' too thin or I just didn't know how to do it heh !
That blueberry pieces and white chocolate on top , I added that after 30 minutes of baking as I'd forgotten to add that to my batter pfttttt
That said , it came out moist and bursting with blueberries er in the middle , that is , since I shoved most of those in the middle of the loaf only hahaha
What I like about this recipe is that you don't have to use an electric beater /handheld mixer so it saves a little time on cleaning up .
Recipe from my fave mag Better Homes and Gardens , US ed , November 2011
Milk Chocolate Marble Loaf Cake
4 large eggs at room temp
1 1/2 cup sugar ( I used a generous 3/4 cup )
6 tablespoon / 84 grams unsalted butter , melted
1/2 cup whole milk
2 tsp vanilla ( 1 tsp )
1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
3 oz milk chocolate ( 90 grams pureed blueberries plus 40 grams whole blueberries )
30 grams white chocolate chips
* Preheat oven to 350°F/180°C . Butter and flour a 9x5x3-inch loaf pan .
* In a medium bowl , whisk together the eggs , sugar , butter , milk and vanilla . In another bowl , combine the flour , baking powder and salt .
* In a small saucepan with some simmering water , place a bowl and add the chocolate ; stir with spatula until it melts . Remove from heat .
* Stir the flour into the egg mixture until just combined ( I whisked mine until I got a fairly smooth batter ) . Transfer about 1/3 of the batter ( a generous cup ) to a separate bowl . Stir the melted chocolate into the smaller amount of batter , mixing well . Drop 1/4 cup of the plain batter into the prepared pan and top with 2 T chocolate batter . Repeat with remaining batter . Do not stir .
* Bake for about 65 minutes or until the cake tester inserted in the center comes out clean .
***My substitution in red
ooo i love the addition of white chocolate to this! it jazzes it up. also i like the phrase 'speckled cake' i think you should go with it :)ReplyDelete
I'm drooling too looking at the picture with your teeth mark sinking on one slice of your cake. Yum!ReplyDelete
I have to make these bread of yours someday...ReplyDelete
i love the substitution from milk chocolates to blueberries! it must have tasted so good!ReplyDelete
I love blueberry cakes. Yours look very moist and delicious. Love that you added chocolate on top. I should do that next time. Thanks very much for sharing. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.comReplyDelete
I love blueberry and this bread looks so tempting to try :)ReplyDelete
it looks very nice!ReplyDelete
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Looks delicious Anne - I think I'd just love the combination for blucberry and white chocolate, yummmmm!ReplyDelete
although you didnt get the marble patterns, it still looks a wonderful blueberry cake to me..infact i think the speckles are beautiful!ReplyDelete
wow! The combination of blueberries and white chocolates make that bread perfectly delicious!ReplyDelete
Blue berry is my favourite berry in cakes or muffins and you ahave also used white chocolate chips.Yummy!ReplyDelete
It looks so delectable!! I have some blueberries sitting in the fridge and I want to try this :)ReplyDelete
This does look like a tasty one! I love the combo of blueberries and white chocolate, so it was a great idea to convert this recipe. Wish I had been there to taste a slice. Have a great day!ReplyDelete
Oh yeah, blueberries and white chocolate. Beautiful by any name and delicious too.ReplyDelete
wow...what delicious cake....with blueberries....one of my favorites dear :-)ReplyDelete
I have alwys wanted to bake a blueberry bread, but the fruit oozes out and spoil the texture..ReplyDelete
yours look wonderful :)
happy to follow u
looking forward to try this yummy version..ReplyDelete