Blueberry Cake with White Chocolate

Hi guys!

I’ve been looking for new recipes to try since my post about my cookbook addiction
I wanted to try a new book but I had some blueberries who were at the end of their lives…
And since my boyfriend took me on a trip for 4 days, I had to make something with blueberries.
I didn’t want them to go rotten.
I didn’t had much time because we were leaving around noon. So I decided to make a cake with blueberries and white chocolate.
Why would I make a cake when I went on a little holiday?
Well, I have parents who live here and they weren’t going away ๐Ÿ™‚
The cake was completely gone when I came home yesterday ๐Ÿ˜‰

What do we need:

  • 125g sugar
  • 125g butter
  • 2 bags vanilla sugar (+- 16g)
  • 3 eggs
  • 250g self-raising flour
  • 1,5dl milk
  • 200g blueberries
  • 200g white chocolate

How to:

Mix the sugar with the butter together until the sugar is completely absorbed.
Add the eggs. Add the flour alternated with the milk.
Add the blueberries and blend them in the mixture.
Chop the chocolate and add it.
Put the cake in the oven for about 1 hour at 180 degrees centigrade

Use something sharp (a knife for example) to put in the cake to check if it’s ready.
If the cake is ready, let it cool for a bit in the baking can before cooling it on a trey.


The blueberries will sink to the bottom of the cake because they’re heavier than the dough.
The sprinkles on top of the cake are the pieces of chocolate that I sprinkled on top of the dough.

I hope you’ll enjoy this cake!
Have a delicious week โค
xxx Sarah

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29 Thoughts

  1. I wish I had done this with my leftover blueberries that I sadly had to throw away as I was moving out! My parents are super healthy though, so sadly, no one in the house eats cake but me ๐Ÿ˜ฆ I have stashed this recipe in my bookmarks to bake with once I can get my hands on some gorgeous, fat, juicy blueberries from Aldi! (They do a huge box of frozen ones for ยฃ2 or something and it’s an amaazing thing, I doubted Aldi at first, but trust me) ๐Ÿ˜€


    1. Poor you for having no one to eat your cakes ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
      Thank you so much for bookmarking this ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m glad to hear you like it ๐Ÿ™‚
      Well, I don’t usually go to Aldi either but many of my friends have told me they have some amazing stuff! I’ll definitely check those frozen blueberries ๐Ÿ˜€


  2. You’re such a thoughtful daughter, Sarah! If this were left behind in my kitchen, it surely would be eaten up…not a crumb of evidence would remain! So, so, so delicious looking. ๐Ÿ™‚


  3. What a beautiful looking loaf you have here, Sarah! How thoughtful of you to leave this cake with your parents (and not take it with you, haha).


    1. Thank you, Jhuls!
      (It was still too hot to take it with me :p)
      I just wantend to bake something that day because I knew my parents wouldn’t eat those blueberries and they would go rotten


  4. This looks delicious! And I’m in agreement with Lily! I’ve heard the same, that tossing the berries in some flour can help them from sinking. I think it’s worked for me in the past…? ๐Ÿ™‚


  5. Looks delicious and perfectly baked. I’ve read from a few recipes that tossing the blueberries in a tbsp of flour can prevent them from sinking to the bottom. Have not tried the trick myself, but that is what i have read from a few diff sources. Thanks for sharing your wonderful recipe and have a great day:)


  6. Hi Sarah

    What a lovely looking loaf and how nice that it was so thoroughly enjoyed that not a crumb was left when you got back! Here in London, blueberries are quite expensive so I always buy lots of punnets when they are cheaper or on special in the summer and then stash them in the freezer. I add them to batter (pancakes, muffins, cake etc) and smoothies frozen. So I have a question for you – what is the weight of the sugar in the bags that you mentioned in the ingredients? Thanks!


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