Recently I have injured my knee so I’m not able to run for at least 2 weeks. Instead of jogging, I spend more time in the kitchen experiencing fruits, millet, and eggs. Surprisingly, I came up with a simple and very yummy blueberry crumb cake low in sugar and super healthy. You can also read Blackberry Vs Blueberry – Health Impact and Nutrition Comparison.
- 2 cups of millet
- 1 egg
- 120 g low-fat yogurt
- 500 g fresh or frozen blueberries
- 1 tbs vanilla extract
- 1 tbs baking powder
- 1 tbs cinnamon
- Mix millet with egg and yogurt.
- Add vanilla extract, baking powder and cinnamon.
- Spray baking tin with cooking spray (or use paper liners).
- Place the mixture in the baking tin and add blueberries on top.
- Bake 15 min at 180 C.
You can also sprinkle your cake with almonds, shredded coconut and add honey if you like it sweeter. When the cake is ready, cut it into 8 pieces and serve with hazelnut latte or cappuccino. Heaven!
32 thoughts on “Blueberry crumb cake in 20 minutes”
Oh, this looks so lovely and I love that it’s healthier for you than the normal crumb cake. =) delicious!
Just look at that crumb cake. I am so in love. Delicious
Agness, I love that use millet for this recipe. I’m so into millet these days and always looking for new recipes! twitting it!
I super excited to make this blueberry action! Hope your knee gets feeling better very soon!
This crumb cake looks delicious! Love that you can make it in 20 minutes. Such a perfect treat!
Thank you, sweetie. I didn’t know millet could taste so good!! Omomomomom!
No flour? Wonderful! I’ll bookmark this!
Nope! No flour needed :)!!
Wow! These look so good. I’ve never seen such a healthy crumb cake and I love the use of millet 🙂
Millet is awesome for making cakes and pastries!
Yumminess in 20 minutes. Whoa!
Looks delicious! Sorry to hear about your injury.
I’m slowly, but surely getting back to daily jogging :)!!
This sounds delicious. I haven’t baked with millet before, but I really want to give it a go.
You should definitely try it, Dannii!
It looks delicious.
I have never baked with millet, but it sounds great!
You should, it tastes so yummy!
Love the idea! And I love millet, too. Especially in any sweet form 🙂 Just a dumb question – it’s two cups of cooked millet, right? Not raw and taken straight from the pack… I want to try this asap but don’t want to watch through the oven glass how my effort is turning into a disaster 🙂
Yes, it’s raw millet :)!!
Wow, now I’m super-intrigued… I thought you were using cooked millet because I thought it always needs a lot of water to soak up (and be edible). Can’t wait to try it. Thanks for explaining!
No, no! Let me know how you liked it!!! Muah!!
Your blueberry crumb cake looks absolutely delicious. Very nice recipe
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Looks wonderful! I can never turn down a baked good with blueberries!
Me either hehehe 🙂
I’m sorry to hear you injured your knee! I hope it heals up soon Xxxx
It’s getting better so I guess I should be absolutely fine at the end of February! XxX
I hope you feel better! This looks delicious!:-)
Yes, my knee is healing up slowly!
I did some looking up and it sounds like I could substitute barley or orzo for the millet (lack of availability here). Other than that I’m on board! Take good care of your knee and I hope it’s getting better. I know you are jonesing to go running again, Agness 🙂