I already have a recipe for blueberry breakfast cake. It's a low-fat recipe with yogurt and egg whites and it's ok. I was really looking forward to this cake recipe from Alexandra's Kitchen which has a whole stick of butter and eggs. I made it in the evening for desert and figured it would be good for breakfast as well. (yes, I
When I'm in the kitchen, I usually have music on and I'm listening and singing along. Inevitably someone in my family decides this is a good time to come and talk to me, by which I mean ask me a million questions and/or solve major problems. Which is fine, I'm usually pretty good at multitasking in the kitchen.
This time, a third distraction vied for my attention while I was cooking. The doorbell rang and someone was on my door step taking a poll. Recently we've had a different person each evening at our door step selling magazines, books and a variety of other things. I really dislike people soliciting especially when a polite "no thank you" does nothing to move them away from my door or keep them from coming back. I really think this needs to be my next Pinterest project.
I guess three distractions was just too much for my brain to handle. The cake came out of the oven looking perfect. Really beautifully golden brown around the edges. I couldn't even wait for it to cool. I went ahead and sliced into and it sliced beautifully. I put a perfect looking slice of blueberry breakfast cake on my plate and took a bite. The texture was perfect. Slightly crisp on the outside and soft and crumbly on the inside.
So it was a good recipe, I think. I think it will be a lot better when I make it again and put the sugar in it.