Debbie’s Blueberry Coffee Cake is the cake that my daughter’s new mother-in-law made for the wedding. Debbie is the mother of my daughter’s new husband and turns out she is a great cook. As you all may have known, my daughter got married a couple of months ago in Orlando and we all stayed in a house we rented from Reunion Resort. Here are some pictures from the wedding. There were a total of 21 people staying in the house and we had to make a lot of food. We also made all the food for the wedding day. At the wedding Debbie was a tremendous help to me and she made this scrumptious blueberry coffee cake for one of the wedding breakfasts.
You can make this cake in a number of ways. Debbie used a rectangular baking pan. When I recreated this recipe I decided to use a bundt cake pan. I followed the same procedure she used but the pan was different. Next time I will use the rectangular baking pan and see if that makes a difference. Everyone loved her cake. I changed the cake slightly and used a sugar glaze on the cake but her version was for a butter cream frosting. I think the butter cream frosting is a better choice so I included a recipe for butter cream frosting here.
Looking at the inside of Debbie’s Blueberry Coffee Cake, you can see the two layers and the blueberries, brown sugar, butter and the nuts in the middle. In the cake batter sour cream was added and I think it makes the cake very moist. Don’t these pictures make you want to have a piece of this cake right now?
It’s one of those cakes that you could eat anytime and not just for breakfast.
This is one amazing looking cake, I can tell from the pictures how moist and delicious it is!
Thanks Sara. The blueberries and sour cream make it very moist!
This cake looks deliciously gorgeous!
Thanks Marye. It is a pretty delicious recipe!
Susan | LunaCafe says
Gorgeous cake! Love the layer of fruit. Looking forward to making this. 🙂
I’ll tell Debbie you liked it. She will love to hear that. It was a pretty cake!
Sabrina @ Dinner, then Dessert says
My husband loves coffee cake before he goes to work in the morning! This is a great recipe for him!
You’ll have to make it for him. He will love it Sabrina!
Rony Jahid says
This is one stunning looking cake, I can tell from the photos how damp and delightful it is!
I would like to make Debbie’s Blueberry Coffee Cake.
You mention making it in a rectangular pan. What size?
You do not say at what temperature to bake it. I would assume 350º?
Also the time given to cook was 45 minutes. Would this be correct in a rectangular pan or the tube pan as shown?
Thanks for the help. The cake looks scrumptious!
Mary, sorry that i just saw your question. 350 degrees F for around 45 minutes. I generally start checking the cake around 35 minutes and depending on your oven it could be done by then. Insert a toothpick inside the middle and if it comes out clean then it is done. It would cook faster in a bundt pan or tube pan. So start checking at 30 minutes. Hope that helps.