Individual Blueberry Cakes, a small batch recipe!

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Freshly made dessert for just the two of us has been a bit difficult. Since I no longer have a seething sweet tooth, it has not been a priority. But I am very happy to work on more recipes for just the two of us. My dear husband could eat ice cream every night and be completely satisfied (and truth be told, there is pretty much ice cream available, all the time), but sometimes I want a bit of dessert too...

These little individual Blueberry Little Cup Cakes are delicious! They are also very easy to whip up on a moment's notice, but I will tell you right now. My husband has requested that from now on, I double the recipe....

Individual Blueberry Cakes, a small batch recipe!
Individual Blueberry Cakes, a small batch recipe.

Individual Blueberry Cakes
by the seat of my pants!
375-degree oven

1/3 c self-rising flour, you can find our whole grain recipe here.
1/4 c sugar
1T melted butter
1/2 t vanilla
1 t cider vinegar
approximately 1/4 c milk

1 c blueberries, frozen is fine
1 T sugar

Prepare 2 small baking dishes for baking, set aside.

In a small measuring cup, add the vanilla along with the cider vinegar. Add enough milk to equal 1/4 liquid total. Set aside for milk to clabber slightly.

Melt butter, let cool slightly. Add sugar, milk mixture,  and self-rising flour. Beat well with a spoon (about 25 strokes). Set aside.

Combine berries with 1 T sugar, mix well.

Divide half of the berries between the two baking dishes.

Top each baking dish with 1/2 of the cake batter.

Scatter remaining berries over the top of the batter, including any sugar that might be left behind.

Individual Blueberry Cakes, a small batch recipe!

Bake 20-25 minutes, or until done in your oven. Note:  if using frozen berries you will need to increase baking time by 10-12 minutes.

Tip: Place the small cups in a baking pan for baking, one larger pan is easier to remove from the oven than the little cups.

Let cool before serving, and if desired, top with a bit of whipped cream or ice cream.


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