Tuesday, March 24, 2009

TWD Blueberry Crumb Cake



I know the picture is bad but I assure you the cake is so nice !! I used frozen raspberries who went a little too far down in the batter!
I thank Sihan of Befuddlement who chose Blueberry Crumb Cake on pages 192-193 of Dorie Greenspan's Baking: From my home to yours cookbook. You can view the recipe by checking out Sihan's blog.
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26 comments:

Elyse said...

Oh, no worries, this cake looks more than nice--it looks delicious! Crumb cakes are so fabulous. I love that you used raspberries, too!!

Marthe said...

Raspberries: delicious!! And your cake looks good!! (At least you have a picture, I managed to delete mine from my camera before posting them...)

Cakelaw said...

Beautiful cake Natalia - this would have been great with raspberries.

Jill said...

It looks like your cake turned out great. Raspberries sound like a great addition to this recipe!

Elra said...

Hey Natalia, who says that the picture is bad? It looks good dear, in fact the crumb looks really moist.
Xoxo,
elra

Amanda said...

Looks wonderful! We really enjoyed this crumb cake too :)

Peggy said...

The raspberries sound good,but that chocolate cake below it looks wonderful! I want a slice of that!
Have a great day.

chocolatechic said...

Looks great.

Raspberries sound wonderful.

Did you use orange or lemon zest?

Cookie baker Lynn said...

The cake looks delicious. I'm a fan of both blueberries and raspberries, so it would be hard to pick between them. Maybe both?

Cookie baker Lynn said...

The cake looks delicious. I'm a fan of both blueberries and raspberries, so it would be hard to pick between them. Maybe both?

Banjo said...

Yum would be great with Raspberries I bet! Well done.. :)

Jennifer said...

Your cake looks delicious! Nice job!

vibi said...

Hummm... I wonder if you can get blueberries in Italy??? ...anything similar perhaps?

Anywho... raspberry was a great substitution! Very nice, Natalia!

n.o.e said...

I love how rosy and pink your coffee cake looks, Natalia. I'll bet it was delicious with the raspberries.
Nancy

The Blonde Duck said...

I like that it's on a Strawberry Shortcake plate! And it's pink!

pinkstripes said...

I'm glad the cake was a success. I love the idea of a raspberry crumb cake. Delicious!

Shari@Whisk: a food blog said...

I bet it was good with raspberries! I can imagine any berry being delicious in this cake! Great job!

Laura said...

Ciao Natalia!

Che bella torta. Io ne ho fatta una giovedi' con i mirtilli ed era favolosa, anche quella un crumb cake. Mi piacerebbe partecipare a TWD ma il numero e' chiuso. Bohoo.

A presto!

Miette said...

Ciao Natalia ! Que bella torta ! Why do you means that the picture looks bad ? It sounds very scrumptious ! Very nice job, Natalia !

Cheers,

Miette

Natashya said...

Raspberries would have been delicious in this! Great idea.
Love the Strawberry Shortcake plate!

TeaLady said...

Cake looks just fine tome.

Andrea said...

Natalia, your cake looks delicious! The raspberries look amazing, I think I am going to have to make your version, my husband loves raspberries but not so much blueberries and didn't even want to try the blueberry cake.

Love the Strawberry Shortcake plate :) Reminds me of when I took a picture for TWD of the Tall and Creamy Cheesecake and it was on my daughter's Hello Kitty plate, ha!

enza said...

dai faccio la cattiva in italiano, da che parte si mangia? uaaaaaaaa

Leslie said...

Great photo! I bet this was delicious with the raspberries! I just love raspberries & wish I thought of using them in this yummy cake.

shellyfish said...

That plate is so cute! My daughter would love it. Beatiful cake - blueberries are one of my favourites! Baci!!!

Engineer Baker said...

That picture isn't bad at all - it looks wonderfully tasty! Raspberries must have been wonderful.