Project: blueberry bundt cake


One of my favorite cake recipes for small or big celebrations and events are bundt cakes. Bundt cakes to me looks more fancier and prettier than cakes coming from a rectangle shape. Especially when bundt cakes are drizzled with a sauce or powdered it's quite Instagram worthy shots if you ask me. Especially when it's purple like this bundt cake recipe of today which is a blueberry flavored bundt cake. Please try it out and celebrate your weekend with it, enjoy!

Een van mijn favoriete cake recepten voor kleine en grote vieringen en events zijn tulbanden. Tulbanden zien er vaak al super feestelijk uit dan de degelijke rechthoekige cakes. Al helemaal wanneer het afgemaakt wordt met een lekker sausje of poedertje bovenop. Een echte show steler van de tafel en daarnaast een Instagram waardig kiekje, niet waar?! Zeker als het helemaal paars is net als het recept van vandaag: bosbessen tulband. Hier een tip voor morgen om je zondag mee te vieren! Eet smakelijk! 

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voor Nederlandse

180 gr butter + extra for coating
180-200 gr sugar
2 tsp. baking powder
100 gr plain flour
100 cake flour
3 eggs separated
1 tbsp. lemon juice
2 tbsp. milk

optional: adding blueberry flavor
100 gram (fresh or frozen) blueberries + 1 tbsp. water and sugar
To avoid a much sunken cake as possible.
After being upside down
It`s time to eat!
Don`t forget to run the knife around the middle part too!
The Steps
1. Preheat oven to 180℃ and grease a medium sized cake pan with butter. Mix together all the flour and bake powder. To prepare the blueberry flavor: put the blueberries in a small saucepan on high heat until cooked then let it shimmer on low heat and add in the water and sugar for 20 min. Do not forget to stir! The consistency should look like sticky jam.
2. In a large bowl beat the egg white with the lemon juice until high peaks. In another large bowl beat butter with sugar together until creamy. Beat in one egg at a time followed with a bit of flour mixture. Repeat these steps until you have used up the eggs and continue folding in the rest of the remaining flour into the batter. Lastly add in the milk and combine everything.
3. Fold in the egg white into the batter gradually until the egg white is dissolved. Then the real lastly, add in the blueberry jam that we prepared earlier. Fold everything carefully until the batter turns into a beautiful purple color. Or just fold half the time if you want to create a marble effect!
4. Spoon and pour the batter into the greased cake pan and bake for 45 min in te oven.
5. Let the cake cool down upside down, once it is cooled down, run a knife around the edge + the middle to unmold the cake. Enjoy!
Try out another blueberry delish!



  1. Oh my god, I thought this was an ube/taro cake!! It looks soo good.

    cabin twenty-four

  2. I love blueberries, and you're right--something about a bundt cake seems fancier! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

  3. Blueberry is a great flavor, but it's not one I often think to bake! This dessert looks beautiful and delicious.


    this is so creative, mei! call me a loser but i've never seen bundt cake with blueberry anywhere here. blueberry is one of my favorite flavors. another one that i'm so interested in is rose-flavored stuff; like rose layered cake? yea, those are pretty.


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