Servings: eight to ten.
The combination of cornmeal and buttermilk offers both texture and tang.
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I'm always looking for recipes to use up leftover buttermilk and this fit the bill perfectly . I baked it for 28 minutes and it could've used a few more minutes but I must confess I used frozen wild blueberries . ..maybe that's why it needed longer baking. The cake has a lovely texture not too dry, not overly sweet.
Yammy!! I want to try!))
Try this recipe - Blueberry Mug Cake https://greenann.com/recipe/vegan-mug-cake/
Tasty and fast cooking))
Delicious! Blueberry, lemon with cornmeal for texture. All my favorites.
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