Sunday, June 8, 2014

Irish BlackBerry Crumble Cake

Welcome to the Secret Recipe Club Reveal Day!  Let's just say I was pretty excited with my assigned blogger this month - Helen from Miz Helen's Country Cottage and I'm happy to be sharing today her Irish Blackberry Crumble Cake.


Irish Blackberry Crumble Cake | Cooking on the Front Burner


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Miz Helen was one of the first blogs that I discovered when I started blogging.  I loved how welcoming she was and me, not being from the south, was introduced to some southern dishes along with some family history.  That why I selected this recipe - she talks about memories of going to her Irish grandparents and picking blackberries which is a tradition she carries on with her grandchildren.  I love seeing traditions passed on from generation to generation. 

Irish Blackberry Crumble Cake

by Deb Attinella
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Bake Time: 30-45 minutes
Serves 8

Ingredients 
  • 1 cup blackberries
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1-1/2 cup white sugar
  • 1/2 cup cooking oats
  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1-1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 3/4 cup of milk
  • 1/4 cup butter, cut into small pieces
Instructions
  1. Mix 1/2 cup of sugar with the cinnamon and nutmeg, mix well
  2. Toss the berries in the dry mix and set aside for 20 minutes
  3. Mix the brown sugar and oats together and set aside
  4. Mix 1 cup sugar with the flour,salt and baking powder together
  5. Add the milk to the flour and sugar mix and stir until blended well
  6. Butter a 9X11 baking dish and pour the milk and flour mix into the dish
  7. Place the sugared and seasoned blackberries on top of the batter
  8. Top the berries with the oat and brown sugar mixture
  9. Top the oat and brown sugar mixture with the butter pieces
  10. Bake at 350 degrees 30 to 45 minutes until golden brown on top and the berries are bubbling up
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I followed this recipe exactly and did not substitute any ingredients - the only difference is that I divided it up in 6 small casserole dishes. I love the idea of having individual desserts and my family did too. The recipe above makes a 9x11 pan.

Since my daughter was visiting and had to leave early today we ended up having our dessert for breakfast!  You will love how easy this comes together and how tasty it is!  I know this one recipe that it a keeper to be be made again and again!  Great recipe Miz Helen!

Irish Blackbery Crumble Cake | Cooking on the Front Burner #src #dessert

If you want to see more of Miz Helen's recipes, click here and be sure to stop by her place on Thursday evenings to link up to her Full Plate party.

Irish Blackbery Crumble Cake | Cooking on the Front Burner #src #dessert

Be sure to check out the other recipes! 




20 comments:

  1. Those look fabulous! Thanks for writing such a great post and making a fantastic looking dish.

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  2. Hi Deb,
    Thank you so much for your great post and kind comments, your Irish Blackberry Crumble Cake's look delicious, you did a great job with them. Guess what, I had your blog this month, we had each others. I had so much fun looking through your recipes, and making a couple of them that we just loved, thanks for the great recipes!
    Miz Helen

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  3. Love this post, and this recipe!! Fabulous choice! :)

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  4. We love to pick blackberries and enjoy the cobblers that follow! I have never put a crumble on top of the cobbler. Yours look so wonderful that I am going to have to try it! Great SRC selection.

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  5. Gee, now I'm just going to have to brave the yellow flies and pick more blackberries so I can try this out. Great choice for SRC.

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  6. Great choice - I know Miz Helen has a lot of wonderful dishes to choose from.

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  7. YUM! Those look really good. Going on my "to make" list! Great SRC choice!

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  8. Yum Deb, great minds think alike! I chose a blackberry recipe this month too, pinning :)

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  9. This looks delicious! I'll have to go buy some berries and make this for my husband!

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  10. Gorgeous pictures. Looks delicious.

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  11. This cake looks phenomenal! I'm a sucker for any fruity desserts, especially when there's a crumble involved! :)

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  12. Oh my gosh, those look outstanding and I love the idea of making them single-serve. I bet they'd be great for any of the awesome fruit that comes into season this summer. Super choice.

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  13. Deb, I absolutely love blackberries and this single serve cake looks and sounds absolutely delicious! Thanks for sharing and pinning - have a happy Tuesday!

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  14. Looks incredible Deb! I love that you made the cake into single serving dishes - the oozing blackberry filling looks mouthwatering! These pictures look gorgeous - totally want to reach in and snatch up one of the blackberries :) Pinning :)

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  15. Deb these look amazing and dessert for breakfast sound completely justified for a dish like this one.

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  16. This looks SO good! Love the little dishes, so cute! I need to try this one. :)

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  17. Not only are the cake recipe 'sweet', but I love the little dishes that you chose to bake them in. Very very nice. I can visualize this warm with melting ice cream on top.

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  18. Beautiful and I love that you had dessert for breakfast. Visiting from SRC

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  19. I've always been a big fan of Miz Helen. Thanks so much for sharing this cake with us on foodie friday. Pinned it along with your other recipes.

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  20. hmmmm looking delicious i like it.

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