Meals On Monday Blueberry Bread

blueberry bread katherines cornerBlueberry Bread

I love blueberry muffins or blueberry bread! This recipe is so delicious for breakfast. Or with tea and coffee. It even makes a nice dessert.

 What You Need

3 Cups flour

2 Eggs

1 Cup sugar

1 Cup milk

3 Tbsp butter ( softened)

1/2 tsp Vanilla

1 tsp Salt

4 tsp Baking powder

1 1/2 Cup fresh blueberries ( or thawed frozen)

Non Stick Cooking Spray

Large Mixing Bowl


Electric Mixer

Loaf Pan ( 5×9 or 5×12)

Baking Sheet

Before You Start: Preheat oven to 350 ° and prepare loaf pan ( spray inside and bottom with non stick cooking spray), rinse and dry blueberries

Lets Make it! In a mixing bowl combine eggs ,sugar, vanilla, milk and butter and mix well using electric mixer on low. Sift flour, salt, and baking powder and gradually add flour mix , beating with electric mixer on med to combine, continue mixing until well blended, ( 3-5 minutes) remove mixer blades and carefully fold in blueberries using a spoon or spatula.

Pour into prepared loaf pan. Bake for 50-60 minutes ( until toothpick poked in the center comes out clean). Cool in the pan for about 15 minutes then invert onto a plate.  Serve while still hot or wait to cool ( it’s great both ways). note: store leftovers  in fridge not on counter.

Serves 6-8

   Katies Tid Bits* try serving with whipped topping or ice cream too it’s a great dessert




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  1. Don’t laugh, but I don’t think I’ve ever bought fresh blueberries. Frozen, maybe. Thanks for the recipe!

  2. The ideal breakfast would be a cup of black coffee and one of these, Katie. Correction: a cup of black coffee and a dozen of these … and a long chat with you about Rick Springfield. (LOL)

  3. This looks heavenly! Makes me wish I had not given up flour for awhile…but I have. I will only dream of blueberry muffins for now!!!

  4. Yummy!

  5. Kathrine .. now this looks super yummy! It also isn’t very difficult with wild preparation or ingredients. I like recipes like this, so I better add blueberries to grocery list for this week!

  6. I might try this with my brand new WIlliams-Sonoma cup for cup gluten free flour! I have the blueberries!!! Thanks os much for posting!!!

    Ricki Jill

  7. andrea cammarata says:

    this is YUMMY!!!!! i actually think i might whip it up today — i have beautiful blueberries in the fridge — even in winter — i am hopelessly addicted to them!!!!! thanks for sharing my friend — i made pupusa’s today on my blog — first time ever…very interesting and tasty! sending you tons of hugs…oh and i will be drinking blueberry tea from main with this yummy loaf of lovliness!!!! : )

  8. Hi, Katie. Blueberries are soooo good.

  9. Sounds yummy. I just bought some blueberries today only I would have to change a few things up to make it low carb for me.

  10. Even though I haven’t been doing a lot of commenting lately I do think of you often and with retirement just around the corner maybe I will be around more often. Today’s recipe is a keeper for sure as much as I love blueberries. Linda & I will have to do this one very soon. Thanks a bunch for all you do for us.

  11. This recipe looks delish. I love blueberry bread. I tagged you on my latest post please go check it out.

  12. I love blueberry anything so this is getting pinned! Thanks.

  13. Mmmm, I’ll try this when my blueberries get ripe, in July. Nothing better than that fresh taste! Except maybe that taste and a slather of butter! LOL

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