These blueberry cake recipes are simple, delicious, and oh-so-satisfying!
From breakfast to dessert, these treats are amazing all day long.
Because of their natural sweetness, these cakes are easy to enjoy.
Blueberries are the superior berry no matter how you eat them, but who can say no to cake?
Baked goods full of blueberries are bursting with flavor. One bite of these cakes will have you grinning from ear to ear.
If you’re looking for a new blueberry cake recipe, you’re in the right place!
This list has everything from coffee cake to cheesecake and everything in between.
Start your day right with a big bite of blueberry coffee cake. This recipe is loaded with flavor and the perfect treat for any brunch.
It has tender cake, blueberries bursting with flavor, and a streusel crumble. Can you say, yum?
This award-winning coffee cake is delicious, easy, and a crowd-pleaser.
This is the adult version of confetti cake. Layers of lemon cake are sprinkled with blueberries and slathered in cream cheese frosting.
This cake has the perfect balance of sweetness, richness, and lightness in every layer. The thick batter keeps the blueberries from sinking while baking.
All the while, the silky cream cheese frosting is the proverbial cherry on top. I can never stop at just one slice, and you won’t either!
I find that the simplest recipes are often the best! This cake is a contender for one of the best blueberry cakes you’ll ever have.
This recipe yields a heartier cake. The texture is similar to blondies, but it’s loaded with fresh blueberries.
Whole grain flour and maple syrup add a wholesome vibe to the cake.
The blueberries add the balance of tart and sweet to this delectable cake. Eaters of all ages are sure to enjoy this simplistic cake!
Who can say no to a big slice of cake for breakfast? If you’re anything like me, this recipe is for you!
You can share if you have to, but trust me, you won’t want to.
By adding lemon zest, the cake batter is light, moist, and delicious.
Fold in the blueberries for a bit of blueberry in every bite, and top it with the crumble.
Occasionally I’ll add a lemon drizzle on top of this cake to finish it off.
The flavors are perfectly balanced as it is written, so there is no obligation to add anything!
The best cakes are buttery, smooth, and moist enough to not crumble with a fork. This certainly falls into that category.
By using whipped egg whites, the cake itself is fluffy and delicate. This is an excellent partner for fresh, juicy blueberries.
The cake does not need any frosting, but a little drizzle never hurts!
I am hopelessly devoted to this sublime blueberry cheesecake. It’s perfectly creamy, rich, and scrumptious enough to be served to a queen.
The recipe is easy enough to follow for a novice baker, and it will make one irresistible cheesecake.
Honestly, the hardest part is waiting for the cheesecake to cool.
This cheesecake is double loaded with blueberries. Not only are there blueberries in the batter, but the topping contains them, too.
It’s sweet, sticky, and the best way to finish off a lemon cheesecake. Be warned, you’ll want more than one slice!
You know what springtime means? Brunch with your favorite people, and beautiful bundt cakes.
Take a crack at this recipe and make your new favorite brunch cake!
The cake batter will feel unbelievably thick. This results in a moist, dense, and delicious cake.
The recipe calls for cream cheese frosting as well, but it is delicious as is.
Party-goers will certainly go back for seconds, so be sure to grab a slice early.
Loaf cakes are one of my favorite bake sale contributions.
This recipe is well portioned, easy, and so enticing! Who can say no to a slice of blueberry cake?
Whether served at breakfast or afternoon tea, this cake makes the cut.
You’ll love how easy this recipe is to whip up in a hurry. Bake time is an hour, but it’s so simple to throw together.
It’s perfect for a last-minute breakfast, brunch, or afternoon tea.
Summer parties just got a whole lot better. Sheet cakes are an amazing potluck addition, and this recipe takes the cake.
The southern tradition of “go big or go home” certainly resonates with this recipe.
Spreading the cake batter so thin makes this recipe cook quickly.
Sprinkle blueberries on top of the batter, bake, and cool.
Then, slather it with lemon cream cheese frosting and you’re ready to serve!
I swear, blueberries and cream was never a phase. Even if it was, it’s worth bringing back with a loaf cake like this!
This recipe has cream cheese in the batter, keeping the cake moist and tender as it bakes.
Load the batter with blueberries and sprinkle it with the crumb topping before baking.
This cake is tasty enough to be dessert and light enough to be breakfast!
Sometimes, I just can’t find the motivation to make a layer cake for parties.
For those days, I make these cupcakes and watch them disappear.
If you love blueberry muffins, you’ll love these cupcakes! Light, fluffy, and moist sour cream cake batter is all the better when packed with blueberries.
Don’t forget the finger-licking-good cream cheese frosting!
We are sorry that this post was not useful for you!
Let us improve this post!
Tell us how we can improve this post?