Super Easy No Dairy Blueberry Cake

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No dairy blueberry cake

No dairy blueberry cake

I’m shocked yet happy to announce that I have broken my own baking record. If you are not one baking for business, it’s highly likely I have broken your baking record too…..*wink*. This is the 6th consecutive morning that I make blueberry cake! You can’t believe it? Now, I also can’t believe it! Every night I asked my family whether they still want blueberry cake the next day. There’s always a resounding ‘YES!’ And everyday, before noon, almost the whole cake was gone!!

Now I am just waiting to see when everyone is going to get bored with this cake. I think I am getting a little bored making it everyday….6 cakes in a row….crazy huh! Nevertheless, I also do enjoy making it because I can now memorise the recipe and it has become real super easy and fast to make this cake, just 5-10 minutes to mix up everything. Besides that, if I can make my family eat more fruits, I am just happy to make it again and again.

Blueberries are very beneficial for health. They are very high in antioxidants and other vitamins. The best is to eat them fresh but they are good too in cakes. You can read more about it in my other blueberry cake, Blueberry Pound Cake. I also love blueberries in smoothies. It’s such a delicious drink. It can be a meal in a glass. Click Blueberry Smoothie - Healthy Breakfast In A Glass to learn more.

Blueberry cake with milk sauce

Blueberry cake with milk sauce

This blueberry cake is very moist and delicious on it own, a great dessert for any time. But we have found a new way of eating it. Mix some condensed milk and evaporated milk together and pour over it….mmmm….very delicious. Give a try if you make this cake.

This is the recipe that I used for Super Easy No Dairy Nectarine Cake except that I did not add the salt. Instead of the nectarines, I used frozen blueberries (350g). That’s a lot of blueberries used. You can use less though if you find it too much.

Ingredients A
3 eggs
1/2C sugar
1/2C oil

Put all of Ingredients A into a mixing bowl. Beat well with a whisk.

Ingredients B
1C flour
1t baking powder
1/2t baking soda
pinch of salt (I omitted it)

mix eggs, oil and sugar

egg and flour mixture

Add Ingredients B to the egg mixture. Mix well. I didn’t even sieve it all together….just add to the batter.

Ingredients C
350g frozen blueberries (or less)

Add blueberries to batter

Add blueberries to batter

Add the frozen blueberries (straight from freezer) to the cake batter.

Blueberry cake ready to be baked

Blueberry cake ready to be baked

Mix well and pour into a tin lined with baking paper. I think my tin is about 11″ x 11″.

Baked blueberry cake

Baked blueberry cake

Bake at 200 degrees Celsius for about 25 minutes or when a skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean. Leave to cool a few minutes. Cut and enjoy. It’s very delicious served hot or at room temperature.

This recipe is very versatile. You can use other fruits too. I hope you have fun baking.

Other cakes recipes with fruits added that you may be interested in:
Rum Sultana Cake
Lemon Banana Muffins
Banana Peanut Butter Cake
Lemon Cake And Easter Joy
Moist Orange Cake
Blueberry Pound Cake
Blueberry Orange Cake
Blueberry Banana Streusel Cake
Chocolate Rum Brownies With Sultanas

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Supergirl was here  on July 18th, 2011

Wow, you must be getting a big pening kepala by now from all my winning. Teehee.

anncoo  on July 18th, 2011

Hi Mary, recently that are lot of blueberries in the market, it is sweet and juicy. I’ve bought a couple of punnets last week even today and made blueberries ice cream and also the blueberry cake too… can never tired of blueberries same as your family. :))

Bo W  on July 18th, 2011

You sound like my mom, she makes this blueberry oatmeal crisp nearly every morning…they eat it for breakfast.

Mary  on July 18th, 2011

@Supergirl was here - Haha……you are just very fast!! I am always amused but I think someone else is pening kepala…haha :D

@anncoo - Wow…that’s great. I never see blueberries back home. yes, they are just so good. I must try to make ice cream with it too. Time to take out my ice cream maker. Wait, have to go and find. Can’t remember where I put it…..hmmm :( Great to know that you like blueberries too.

@Bo W - Haha….it sure looks like I am going to make lots more blueberry cakes…just like your mom with her blueberry oatmeal crisps! :D

somewhere in singapore  on July 18th, 2011

I was thinking about this cake and also blueberries, then I saw this cake, hehe..

Little Inbox  on July 18th, 2011

I can’t wait to try this. I can bake this for my mum as she can’t take dairy products.
Thanks so much for the recipe.

claire  on July 18th, 2011

Hi Mary, you made this sound so easy! Know what.. the blueberries over here are so super expensive.. a small box of maybe around 20 biji can cost around 20rm .. so what shall I substitute it with? Strawberries are sour and wont last too.. maybe apricots? dried ones.. hmmm.. i think blueberries are better.. healthier.. huh.. hahaa.. i asked a question, I seem to answer it myself.. sigh.. signs of …..

TasteHongKong  on July 18th, 2011

It is great to have more blueberries in the cake, but good ones here are pricey : (.
Mary, you remind me of the Chinese manto (steamed bun) that is served with condensed milk, I’d love to try this too : ).

Elin  on July 18th, 2011

Mary…hahaha 6 cakes in a must be good then since the family asked for more. Blueberries in season now coz our supermart are selling them. I have plans to bake plum and blueberries cake today. Thanks for the inspiration :)

Yummy bakes  on July 18th, 2011

ooo … I love the generous blueberries in the cake.

Supergirl was here  on July 18th, 2011

Love how easy this cake is, Mary. Condensed milk and evaporated milk sounds like a deadly combo. Both milks are so yummy on their own, I could imagine how much more delicious they’d be paired with a yummy cake. No wonder your family wanted it 6 times in a row. 6 is a very good number, I’d say. Thanks again for sharing. Must bookmark this.

kitchen flavours  on July 18th, 2011

6 days in a row! Wow! I have never baked anything more than 2 days in a row! And I have never eaten cakes with condensed milk mixed with evaporated milk before! Sounds really interesting! Blueberries are EXTREMELY expensive over here, so it will be a real treat if I can bake this! Only once, though! :)

serena @bigapplenosh  on July 18th, 2011

Yum! What a perfect recipe for summer blueberry season!

Faith  on July 18th, 2011

Fruity cakes are my favorite, and so perfect for summer! This one looks incredible, Mary…especially with that milk sauce on top!

lena  on July 18th, 2011

what? 6 blueberries cake for 6 days? eating that for breakfast, lunch , dinner and supper?? hahaha! this cake must be superb!!

Mary  on July 18th, 2011

@somewhere in singapore - Great minds think alike! :D Have fun baking!

@Little Inbox - What a loving daughter you are! I’m sure your mom will be all smiles :D Have fun baking!

@claire - It is seriously easy…unbelievably easy! You got to try this. If blueberries are too expensive, you can use rambutans or durians! :D I wish I can get durians here!!! Just like here, Malaysian fruits are VERY expensive!

@TasteHongKong - Blueberries here are also expensive, especially fresh ones. So I usually go for the frozen ones when making desserts. Whah….you eat mantou with condensed milk too! It’s so long I have not eaten it that way…..hmmm…craving now :D

@Elin - Yes, I have to say it’s really good. Best for me is that it’s so super easy to make! :D I will be making my no. 7 tomorrow morning! Wonderful to know that you can get blueberries there. But definitely not in my hometown. Have fun baking! Love your idea of plums and blueberries.

@Yummy bakes - Thanks very much! :D

@Supergirl was here - I know you don’t have time to make. I will make for you when you come :D Looks like I may even be baking it everyday until you come!!!…haha

@kitchen flavours - Haha….me, too…have never baked the same cake everyday in a row!! Over here, berries are in season but then we can get frozen berries the whole year round and they are cheaper than the fresh ones. They are great for making desserts. I think you should move here if you don;t mind missing the durians! :D

@serena @bigapplenosh - Thanks very much, Serena! :D

@Faith - Thanks very much, Faith! Well, a healthy cake becomes a less healthy one because of all the sweet milk there :P But at least we eat fruits…hehe

@lena - Yes, 6 cakes in 6 days!! Can only last through the breakfast! Big cake eaters here! :D

divya  on July 18th, 2011

Healthy and tasty cake..Looks great!

Blackswan  on July 18th, 2011

Mary, it does looks super easy with your instructions :) Delicious!

Jeannie  on July 19th, 2011

I like the fact that you do not need to cream any butter for this recipe:) Can see why you hv to bake so many, I would love to eat it too! But I am sure you know blueberries are so expensive here *eyes rolling*

Angie's Recipes  on July 19th, 2011

A super delicious looking berry cake!

thatssoron  on July 19th, 2011

wow mary! that looks really good … the fresh berries over here are so pricy , so have to make do with frozen ones

Drick  on July 19th, 2011

blueberry season is in full swing here, love ‘em - your cake looks awesome, I know it tastes even better, that is why you have broken your record (wink)… hope all is well with everyone…

jen  on July 19th, 2011

Hello Mary!

I hope you didn’t forget me! I haven’t been here for the longest time because I was prepping for the wedding! I missed out a lot on reading blogs!!! Time to catch up now :D

Have a Fabulous day!

faye  on July 19th, 2011

Yes, blueberry season is now. I usually buy lots and freeze them, so that I can make crepes during December when my mother-in-law comes to visit. There’s a bakery here in Vancouver Called Terra Breads, and they make this blueberry white chocolate flat bread, so yummy. Now why didn’t I make this myself?

aipi  on July 19th, 2011

What a beautiful summer cake! Love the berries peeping n the moist crumb :)
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Joy  on July 19th, 2011

I love love blueberries. The cake looks great.

Pandy just arrived  on July 20th, 2011

Haha…Am late….but is ok… gonna win back soon.=D

Congrats for breaking ur baking record Aunty all ur cakes!! This is another one nice cake! I’m sure it taste so yum yum! Everyone in the house prove it. I’m gonna love this cake for sure too. Come Aug….Someone gonna finish it all first. lol!

Cheah  on July 20th, 2011

Wow, love the blueberry cake and you’ve put in a generous amount. Looks so yummy, no wonder it’s a request upon request for this cake!

kristy  on July 22nd, 2011

The cake sounds marvelous! Who wouldn’t want it for breakfast every morning. Saving me a slice too! :o)

cindy  on July 25th, 2011

Hi Mary, thanks for dropping by.
I like the new way of eating this cake,mix condensed milk and evaporated.:)

Kiki  on July 26th, 2011

well, it is super easy! I am going to do it

tasteofbeirut  on July 26th, 2011


This is a very easy and versatile cake recipe; I am going to make it and use your tip on the milky cream on top )a bit like the tres leches) with all kinds of berries. Thanks!

Mary  on July 29th, 2011

@divya - Thanks very much, Divya! :D

@Blackswan - Yes, it’s very easy. Give a try. Have fun baking :D

@Jeannie - Yes, we are lucky to get blueberries easily here but then I still miss all our fruits back home very much! I would love to use durians :P

@Angie’s Recipes - Thanks very much, Angie! :D

@thatssoron - Yes, fresh ones here are expensive too. Frozen ones are cheaper. They work well in this recipe :D So, just go for the frozen ones.

@Drick - Thanks very much, Drick! We are all well except very busy at times. Just keep smiling :D

@jen - Oh no, of course I have not forgotten you! :D I hope everything goes on very smoothly with all the wedding preparation. I have been busy lately too and trying my best to catch up with all the blog reading. Don’t worry, we all go through seasons of busyness. Let’s just enjoy life and enjoy blogging! :D

@faye - Over here, it’s much cheaper to buy the frozen ones. We can get frozen ones throughout the year. Blueberry white chocolate flatbread? That sounds awesome. I need to check that out. Blueberry crepes is another one that I need to try. Thanks very much for mentioning! :D

@aipi - Thanks very much Aipi! :D

@Joy - Thanks very much, Joy! :D

@Pandy just arrived - Yes, you are very late…haha. I’ll bake everyday when you are here :D

@Cheah - Yes, I love a lot of blueberries in my cake…..looks nice and also to get everyone to eat more blueberries :D

@kristy - Yes, I’m saving a BIG slice for you. You have to be here quick before it ends up in my tummy :P

@cindy - Thanks very much for visiting and lovely comment, Cindy! :D

@Kiki - Thanks very much for dropping by, KiKi! Have fun baking :D

@tasteofbeirut - I know you are going to create a very beautiful cake with all kinds of berries. Would love to see it and learn from you too! :D

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