Blueberry Loaf Cake

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My two garden blueberry bushes gave me an abundance of blueberries this year. I have a freezer full of gallon bags of them. I thought I would try a new blueberry recipe. Although this looks like bread, it is actually a loaf cake. What a nice touch it was adding the cinnamon sugar topping giving this delicious and moist Blueberry Loaf Cake an extra burst of flavor.

Click on the link below to view the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card.

https://indianeskitchen.com/2018/07/23/blueberry-loaf-cake

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  1. Now that looks really good.
    And glad you blueberry bush gave you so many / I have not had success growing these little berries

    Oh and the other day – a young lady was across from me and she had store bought blueberry muffins – all processed and guess what – no blueberries at all. It was a jelly like colored substance – just horrible

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    • Isn’t it amazing that people actually buy that fake stuff when it is so easy to make your own. I have only had one year I didn’t get a huge crop of berries and that was because of a freeze. My bushes are very old and every year I think it will be the last but they just keep producing! Thank you Prior and have a great Sunday!

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  2. The blueberries and raspberries this year have been amazing (I don’t grow them, but you can always tell when it’s been a good season!). I have a huge container of fat, sweet blueberries waiting for something like this. Maybe I’ll give it a go this week!

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    • If you put fresh blueberries in front of me, I can’t help but to eat them. I don’t recall ever baking with fresh blueberries, always frozen….lol Thank God I get an over abundance so I hurry up and put them in the freezer. My Granddaughter eats them frozen!

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  3. This looks moist and tasty – my mom used to make blueberry loaf cake as well. She’d buy blueberries in the Summer when they were cheaper, wash them and put them on a cookie sheet to freeze. Then pack them away in containers. She’d make blueberry muffins in the dead of Winter.

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