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Blackberry Lemon Coffee Cake

glazed blackberry lemon cake

This might be my favorite “breakfast” cake that I’ve ever made, not to mention eaten.

I am calling it a coffee cake because it’s meant for brunches and breakfast which traditionally involve coffee; as I’m not a coffee drinker, we had mimosas :-).

The rich tang of the lemon, the sweet, juicy blackberries combine in a dense, moist, springy bundt cake topped with a simple powdered sugar glaze and hot blackberry drizzle.  Seriously y’all, this recipe is beyond tonguegasmic.

Blackberry Lemon Breakfast Cake

*formatted recipe will follow pictures

blackberry lemon cake ingredients

1 box lemon cake mix

sour cream

blackberries

sugar

eggs

oil (or applesauce)

water

Powdered Sugar Glaze

1 C powdered Sugar

2 – 3 Tbsp milk

Combine your cake ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix on medium speed for about 2 to 3 minutes or until the batter is smooth and all the ingredients are thoroughly incorporated.

Gently fold in 18 oz blackberries

blackberries folded into lemon batter

Pour into greased bundt pan and bake for 40 to 50 minutes

Remove from oven and let cool in pan 10 minutes

blackberry lemon cake cooked

Flip out onto serving platter and drool over the smell and the sight of all those juicy blackberries inside of the rich, dense, tangy lemon cake.

blackberry lemon cake

Make your powdered sugar glaze and drizzle over the warm cake, keep from sticking glaze spoon directly in your mouth because other people won’t appreciate that 😉

glazed blackberry lemon cake

If you’re feelin’ real frisky and REALLY want to make this cake pop and wow your friends and family and your tastebuds

While the cake is cooking; put 12 oz blackberries with 1/3 cup sugar in a saucepan and let it simmer.. stirring occasionally to help break the blackberries down.  This makes a ridiculously delicious and simple hot blackberry drizzle and takes this breakfast cake to the next level.

slice of blackberry topped lemon cake

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34 Comments

  1. Oh man, I’m feeling really cranky since I’m off sweets for April (in prep for my relay run). But I will be making this as soon as I return from California!
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  2. This looks incredible. I have a bundt cake pan I’ve never used. I think it’s time.
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  3. I just had a tonguegasm from looking at the pics and reading the recipe. Can’t wait to get my hands on some blackberries so I can give this recipe a whirl!!
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  4. You kill me. Kill me I tell you. I love lemon, I love blackberries, I love sour cream, I love water, I love eggs, I love flour, I love sugar, I love even oil. And milk, I don’t love, but I love it as an ingredient in stuff. So in summary, I would like to re-name this a birthday cake. And remind you kindly that my birthday is in July. Thankyouverymuch.
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  5. Yum, Rachel! I can’t deal with blackberry seeds (I’m a seed wimp) but I betcha this would be awesome with blueberries, too!

  6. Rachel thanks for the sample yesterday! It was very yummy!
    I am planning to make it today! With coffee of course!

  7. OMG, that looks fabulous!!!!!!! GREAT post woman! You’re making me look bad;)
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