"Delicious coffeecake. Similar to a blueberry buckle yet has its own unique twist. Recipe dates back to the 1920's. Fresh, frozen or canned blueberries may be used, but be sure to drain them first." — Hannah
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I have made this recipe before and really enjoyed it but tonight I added in a few things that made it phenomenal! First: I added in cinnamon to the flour/sugar/butter mixture (1/2 tsp and could have done more). Second: I used buttermilk. Third: I added in almond extract to the cake batter part (about 1/2 tsp). Fourth: I used more blueberries than called for. It was divine! I did have to cook it a touch longer, could have been due to more blueberries, but I don't mind. It's SO good! Thanks for a great recipe!
I thought this was yummy, but it didn't knock my socks off. In fact, it is the only baked good I have ever taken into work that had leftovers at the end of the day. I think there are similar recipes that are just as tasty and don't involve beating up egg whites
This one is headed for the Allrecipes Hall of Fame!!! This was so good. It was easy, didn't have any complicated ingredients (I had everything in my kitchen and it's not even that well stocked at the moment), and tasted so good. We had it with coffee this morning. I made it for Father's Day breakfast. It had a simple, old-fashioned very slight sweetness, not the sickening sweetness of store-bought blueberry muffins, for example. I did as someone suggested and added a little cinnamon to the topping, but I suspect this would have been just as terrific without that addition. This is one of those recipes I'll grab when I need a tasty dessert for a party, potluck, housewarming, or whatever! Infact, my new neighbor is 9 monthes pregnant and I can't wait until she has the baby so I can rush over with some Blueberry Boy Bait and say Congratulations :) :) :) Thanks so much!
This was excellent. Next time I will try a little cinnamon in the 3/4C. saved topping. Maybe a few more berries.
Yummy! I added 1 tsp. vanilla to the batter, plus 1 tsp. of cinnamon to the topping. Also used 2 c. of blueberries. Everyone loved it.
This was wonderful. My family made me make it twice in one weekend!!!!
You would think it's too hot to be running the oven in Phoenix in July, but for this recipe it was worth it. Take advantage of the short blueberry season for this, no matter how hot it is outside, and use an entire pint box of blueberries. Really good "coffee cake" style product, I only added some Mexican vanilla to the liquid ingredients. I'm sure this would be good with raspberries or blackberries also. It was excellent served warm with a scoop of homemade blueberry ice cream, too, but can stand alone just fine. Thank you, Hannah! PS: Best recipe name I've seen!
It was really good and not too sweet! Very easy to make too! Definitely a keeper!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Blueberry Boy Bait
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 125
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