Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Lemon Blueberry Yogurt Bread.....









Happy Wednesday everyone!!!

It is snowing here again!!!

Time to make a yummy lemony treat!!

                       LEMON BLUEBERRY YOGURT BREAD
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     DRY                                                       WET

1 3/4 cup flour                                  1 egg beaten
1/4 cup sugar                                   1 cup milk {I used 2%}
1 tsp baking powder                         1/4 cup melted butter
pinch of salt                                     1 tsp each lemon zest and juice                                                       1/2 cup yogurt{I used no fat vanilla}
                                                                   1 cup fresh or frozen blueberries
                             ***for some unknown reason the yogurt is not showing up...I have tried to fix this...won't work!...I used non fat vanilla yogurt...you can use plain...***
                       ICING

               1/2 cup confectioners sugar
              1 tsp each lemon zest and juice
              2 tsps milk

Combine...stir until smooth...drizzle over warm bread....♥️♥️♥️

Preheat oven to 350*...
Grease 9x5 loaf pan...
Combine flour,sugar,baking soda and salt in large bowl...
Make a well in centre...set aside...

Mix together egg,milk,melted butter,lemon zest and juice...
Pour into well...
Mix until just combined...
Stir in yogurt...
Gently fold in blueberries...

Pour into loaf pan...
50-55 minutes...
Cool on wire rack for 10 minutes...{if you can stand the suspense}
Cool before slicing...{tell us how long you waited}

Hope you try this recipe...
I screwed up on the icing...
I did not measure the lemon zest and juice...
I just added zest and squeezed the heck out of the lemon!!! 
Too lemony for my boyfriend...I forced it down!! {tee hee hee}
I did not glaze the whole cake...
Kept it in a bowl...drizzled mine!
With or without the drizzle...{Hi Wanda...you are still the drizzle Queen!}
This cake delivers a fresh...moist...melt in your mouth experience!!
Right down to the last bite!! 
    

   
Hope you are all having a wonderful week so far...

As I said we are getting more of the white stuff this morning...

Supposed to turn to rain later this afternoon!!

YIPPEE!!!   NOT!!!  Should make a messy commute for everyone!!

I am almost ready to go and pick up Miss V...

We will be stopping at The Greenhouse  {my favorite flower store}...

To pick up a few packs of seeds to plant indoors...

I am thinking sunflowers and pumpkins!!

Nice...big seeds...easy to plant and grow...{hopefully}...

                   Have a great day...

                         Cheers!   :o)

                            linda ♥️




60 comments:

  1. when I saw this facebook I thought is sounded and looked amazing!! Thanks for the recipe,, thats a keeper!
    Sunflowers sound lovely,, we are buried in snow,, lots of it!

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    1. Oh dear...we got snow this morning...nothing going on right now...just grey and cold!
      Stay warm!

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  2. Oh no......another yummy treat! Stop trying to make us all FAT!! Never mind, I'm going to get downstairs right now and make it up....good day for a comfy treat! Thanks for the recipe - will be thinking about you as I gobble it up on this snowy, rainy, whatever else, day!!!

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    1. Fat like me Ann?
      Hope you enjoy it...it is really quite good!

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  3. Yum, Yum, Yum! Can't wait to try it.

    Sunny and 63 degrees Fahrenheit today. I've been to the gym and grocery shopping already. Next up, sewing some curtains for the beach house. I love sunny days, they make me feel like being very productive.

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    1. I hope you do try it! Let me knowable!
      63 sounds like heaven! Now it is raining and cold.....yikes!
      I love sunny days too...had one yesterday...loved it!

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  4. ohmygosh. that ought to be against the law. it looks SO good!

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  5. Those photos are FOOD PORN pure and simple! Why, they're making me weak at the knees *fanning self*

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    1. You can pin my pics? I had no idea! How?

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    2. I have a 'pin it' button on my browser. Otherwise it's simply a case of putting the url into Pinterest, choosing a pic and pining it. It means I can save recipes, interiors ideas, new plants etc all in one place and revisit them often!

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  7. It's just as Yummy here as on Facebook . . :)

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    1. Hi Eddie....
      And...even more yummy here at my house! Hahaha!
      Miss V loved it♥️

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  8. I am getting fat justo looking at your yummy lemon cake!
    How long does it take to get there?

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    1. If you leave now....2 hours or so?
      Tea or coffee?

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    2. Closer to 3 hours, I think, depending where I leave from (I was at work).

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  9. YUMMY ! Thanks for sharing the recipe . Rain here all day on and off . Oh seeds for planting WOOHOO ! One day I will get some and start them indoors lol ! Thanks for sharing , have a good day !

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  10. That looks delish and SO moist! Yum! Your yogurt is there...way over by the side bar and also in the first column. haha..it has a mind of it's own! I'm going to make this.....have the lemons but need the blueberries!

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    1. Very moist....must be the yogurt!
      Off you go to the store!

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    2. I pinned it to my sweet bread board. Can't wait!

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  11. Oh Linda...that looks so good...I could almost smell it...made me want to lick it right off my iPad screen!!!! Thanks for the recipe....it's a definite to do!!! XX

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    1. It is good! Let me know if you make it!

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  12. The yogurt is there..look up..all the way up..kidding..look to the right..all the way right:)
    Looks great..
    WINTERWONDELANDHERE.

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    1. Not sure why it did that! On my preview it didn't show like that....very confused! Blogger!
      You got snow too? Pouring rain here.....:o(

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  13. Oh, be still my heart! That looks so good. -Jenn

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  14. Scrump-dilly-icious! Looks so darn good. Have fun with Miss V and the seeds. Snow - yay! *Ducking*

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    1. Raining here...and still windy!

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  15. Boy that looks good, especially slathered with butter!

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    1. Hi Furry....
      It was delish....butter? That is icing.......:o)

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  16. Just catching up on this blog and the last one of adorable Miss V. Yum, this recipe looks amazing, will have to try it. Finally arrived home today, after we gave up on the idea of getting home in two days. Yikes, snow on the lawn when we arrived, how upsetting is that? Have a nice rest of the week and let's hope for an improvement in the weather!

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    1. How far did you get from Tennessee?
      We drove from Knoxville to home....very long day! Do you share the driving?

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    2. Our 2nd day began around Chattanooga and we finally gave up around 7 p.m. and stayed in Chatham, ON. after crossing the border. Thankfully, we share the driving, and I think the same for you and the BF?

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    3. Yes.....we both drive....some couples I know don't! Why not?
      I agree....too far from Chatanooga...we stayed there once... Horrible hotels....never again! We push to Knoxville!
      You enjoying this hideous weather?

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  17. Lemon Blueberry Yogurt Bread.....looks like it taste great. Very 'Spring-y'.

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    1. Yes....very fresh with the zest!
      Hope you are well Dixie!

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  18. Oh No LInda, snow! It's crazy isn't it? We've been on snow alert all week. We went through 99% of the Winter without so much as a flake and here it is April and, well, you know...

    Sounds like a great plan getting some seeds. I've had Mammoth Sunflowers grow as tall as 10 feet plus the seeds are big enough for little fingers:)

    Your Lemon Blueberry Yogurt Cake looks amazing, Linda. I'm sure the icing was just fine. I LOVE lemony, lol...Thanks for sharing Linda...Hope you and Miss V had fun at the garden center:)

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    1. Hi ~~Louise~~...
      Raining, so most of the snow has gone....but....darn cold!
      Yes...I thought the bigger seeds would be better for her!
      Hope you try the recipe....

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    2. It's on my to-do list, Linda...

      As for the pinning, if you hover over your images, you should see a Pin button usually in the left hand corner. That button enables visitors or yourself if you have Pinterest boards to pin any image on your post. Even if you're not on Pinterest, others can still pin your images. I am just about to pin your Lemon Blueberry Yogurt Bread to my Blueberry Board. Hope this helps, Louise

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    3. Gosh...thanks so much ~~Louise~~...you are a sweetheart!!
      Let me know if you bake one!!
      HI to Marion!

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  19. I'm so happy you posted the recipe...it looks scrumptious! I love blueberries and I love lemon. Thank you.

    It's been raining and snowing alternatively for days. Crazy! Planting lettuce, spinach and wildflowers next week. :-D

    Jane

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    1. No problem Jane....I hope you try it'!
      You planting outdoors?

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  20. Me again...how do I Pin the recipe?

    Jane

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    1. No idea! I thought I had to do something to the blog to make it pinnable?
      A few said they pinned it....not sure how!

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  21. absolutely yummy, copied recipe and will try it out on the weekend, thanks for sharing

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    1. Great! Let me know how it turns out!!

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  22. This is great, Linda! My mouth was watering at the photo you shared on Instagram of this amazing treats. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe! I will absolutely make this.

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    1. Hahaha! Those pictures sure made it look delish...which it is of course!
      Let me know if you make it!!

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  23. Mmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!! Delicious!!! I hope that the snow soon goes and you get some better weather! xx

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    1. Hi Amy...Supposed to be better next week...but...a very chilly weekend coming up!
      Hope you are well...

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  24. Oh my goodness, Linda - this looks so delicious! I am pinning this - I love all things lemon and so do my daughters who will love this recipe, too. Thank you for sharing this! I don't know how I missed this post....Hope you are hanging in there with that awful polar vortex you are getting. Hugs xo Karen

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    1. You won't be disappointed Karen....it is delightfully delicious!
      Still cold....hopefully some warmer temps next week......Geesh!

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  25. Catching up to blog posts . . . (ever happen to you?)
    I have made a similar blueberry recipe with the lemon glaze . . .
    I will try this too . . . in a bit . . . off of sugar for awhile until I have more room in my jeans . . .
    Just sayin' . . .

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  26. Looks so yummy and I know it tastes delicious!!! I may even try this with gluten free flour. I will let you know how it tastes!

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