Blueberry Buckle… Recipe of the Month

Posted by: - May 20th, 2013


This decadent little square is every bit as delicious as it looks, which is why I have decided to share this Blueberry Buckle recipe.

I wanted something different to bring to a Mother’s Day brunch; I also wanted to use my blueberries I had frozen from last season. I came upon this recipe and decided to give it a try. I am glad I did and I think the other guests would agree. The cake was dense and rich, the topping was crispy and sweet and the blueberries added wonderful flavor and color.


Blueberry Buckle 2I followed the instructions exactly as written, with the exception of the baking time. I baked mine in a glass dish for 40-42 minutes. If you were to use a dark, metal pan the 25-30 minute time should suffice. You can always add time, but can never take it away. (Tip: toss blueberries in a few pinches of flour to keep them from sinking.)

With blueberry season just around the corner, if you find yourself wanting to try a new recipe, I highly recommend this one. Served as a breakfast treat with coffee or tea, or served as a dessert with vanilla bean ice cream, this Blueberry Buckle recipe is a winner. Bon appétit!



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