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I know a lot of basic dessert recipes because that’s what my Mom taught me. She always said that in order to improve my cooking and baking skills, I need to know the basics by heart first. One of the classics she taught me was this simple blueberry cake.
We always enjoyed plenty of blueberries at home when I was little. All kinds of blueberry desserts were a staple in our house – probably because we all loved them so much. Many of those desserts were very rich, creamy and kind of heavy; the richer and more sinful they were, the more we loved them. We really enjoyed eating those decadent desserts but let’s face it, sometimes you need something a little lighter. And a little easier to make, too!
This recipe was one of those we turned to when that craving for something simple struck us. It is super easy to put together, and the flavor is absolutely delightful. Throw in a scoop of ice cream on top of the warm cake, and you’ll be in dessert heaven!
You could also make a double batch of this in 13×9 baking pan, cut into squares and freeze for a quick treat later!
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Quick Tip: You can use your favorite berries or a combination of fruits and berries for this recipe.