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  • prima Jul 30, 2012 10:07 AM
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Baking the blackberry upside-down cake on the Serious Eats site today. http://mobile.seriouseats.com/recipes...

Anyone have any suggestions for another blackberry cake/loaf/muffin/baked goods recipe, for my next picking of blackberries?

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  1. Sub blackberries in place of blueberries in Joy of Cooking's buttermilk muffins, or for the raspberries called for here: http://www.gourmet.com/recipes/2000s/...

    I've used blackberries to top these tartlets--subbing lemon curd/pastry cream for the cream cheese filling: http://www.joyofbaking.com/Shortbread...

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    1. re: maplesugar

      Thanks for the recipe links ;-)

      1. re: prima

        One more link for you: http://live.gourmet.com/2012/07/weekl... :)

    2. My favorite is cobbler:


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      1. re: BabsW

        Thanks for the link.

      2. I like an oatmeal crisp, with quite a bit of spice, including cloves, in the topping.. .somewhat inspired by recipes for blackberry jam spice cake that I've seen but never tried (someday!).
        And yes, if you have a smaller amount of perfect blackberries, French-style custard tarts are a great way to show them off!

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        1. re: julesrules

          Thanks julesrules ;-)

          1. re: prima

            I meant to ask where you are getting the berries?

            1. re: julesrules

              I've been growing my own. I've got 4 blackberry bushes. The weird weather conditions worked for them- they're producing the most berries they've ever produced this year.

              1. re: prima

                Luck you - I have a small raspberry patch but a "good year" means 10-20 small berries a day for a couple of weeks - fun for the kids to eat but certainly not enough for baking :)

        2. David Lebovitz has a recipe for blackberry financiers in, Ready For Dessert.

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          1. re: Becca Porter

            Sounds very interesting. Thanks.

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