Thursday, July 15, 2010

Strawberry Muffin Cake


...With all the fresh strawberries about...
.........and being somewhat lazy...
............and wanting to use my pretty cake pan...
...............I mixed up some muffin batter...
..................added some strawberries...

...and we had a warm 'Muffin Cake' for breakfast...

Strawberry Muffin Cake

The original recipe is from an old Betty Crocker Cookbook (easily veganized)

3/4 cup milk - I used soy milk
1/2 cup oil - I used applesauce instead - your pick
1 egg equivalent - I used flaxseed goo
2 cups all purpose flour - I used 1 cup AP and 1 cup Whole Wheat - you could probably use all whole wheat - but I've never tried it - it might be a bit heavy.
1/3 cup sugar
3 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup fresh strawberries

...Super easy - and warm and slathered with some Earth Balance - this was just the right start to our day...

14 comments:

  1. this is plain torture for someone who's on a diet, like me!!!

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  2. That does look tasty and your cakepan is indeed quite pretty!

    Angela (peachcoglo)

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  3. you can come stay at my house any night you want... but only if you promise to make a fabulous strawberry muffin cake in the morning!!

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  4. yum yum! I was thinking just this morning that my breakfast needed some fresh fruit cooked in it somewhere. ;)

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  5. This looks delicious!

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  6. MMMMMMmmmm! Might try it with some blueberries (once I get some more and hopefully don't drop them down the driveway again)...

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  7. Mmm..this looks delicious! We do not have a pan like that. It sounds like I need to get one and make this cake! :-)

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  8. Looks just lovely in the dish.

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  9. This looks so very good!! Will have to try this!!

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  10. This cake looks so light and scrumptious! Despite the fact it is sweltering hot here I may just give this recipe a try!! :0)

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  11. Your strawberry muffin cake looks absolutely delicious!

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  12. That sounds yummy, I might just have to try it!

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  13. Wow! That looks great! And I love how you incorporated some healthy substitutions! I try to do that whenever possible in a recipe.

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  14. Sounds yummy. I love that the cake still has a pink hue, even after being baked.

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