Baking with Julia
How plain is plain? Show us your cake!
Up at 1:00 am cst.
Am I the only one who thought this was a little fussy?
No, I thought it was a bit fussy, too.
it was a little crumblier than i expected…
Hi Friends, it is finally my turn….this cake was just unbelievable,. I’m posting a few minutes early because I’m just so excited. Let’s just enjoy this Blueberry-Brown Sugar Plain Cake!
This is one delicious cake
My post will be up at midnight, ET, and I think this will be the link:
This cake just flew off the plate; my tasters loved it, sunken berries and all!
This is a winner with a capital W.
It was a bit fussy, but good. I used rhubarb, and buckwheat, and orange juice because it’s time to go shopping!
I was thinking about experimenting with the recipe by just beating in 2 whole eggs instead of separating them and seeing how it turns out.
in muffin form.
One of my recent favorites!
Plain but tasty!
Oh, and I’m having a little giveaway over on this post – please stop by! Especially if you like watermelon sorbetto.
An instance where plain is a compliment…..
Good cake, bad name: http://jillbert.wordpress.com/2011/06/07/tuesdays-with-dorie-blueberry-brown-sugar-plain-cake/
Tasty little cake!
A delightful breakfast or morning tea cake. I added some blackberries as well. Will post this evening.
very moisty, very fruity, very summer-y!
I can’t comment on your blog, but I’m glad you tried the suggestion to keep the berries from sinking. I guess a lot of people had this issue and no matter what, the blueberries ended up in the bottom of the cake.
I love blueberries and I love this cake
whipping egg whites get me every time.
Unadorned, but certainly not plain. This was great!
Worth the fuss!
I loved this little plain cake!
And also baked Dorie’s Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp!
good snack cake.
I had a week mix up here but we loved the pots de creme. Reading these posts tells me it’s time to make the blueberry cake!
Delicious and versatile cake – great for breakfast, snacking, or dessert. I added a homemade Caramel sauce swirl through the top of the batter before baking – turned out wonderful!
I used almond flour (and forgot the baking powder–doh!) in mine!
This was wonderful straight out of the oven with a sprinkling of sugar!
Loved this cake!!!
I’m just in under the wire!
This was wonderful!
A few days late but we loved it!!!
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