Blueberry buns – delicate, mouthwatering homemade buns with blueberry purée, still warm. Many people treasure that taste in their memories, some will buy them everyday in a local bakery. Who doesn’t love them?
They are perfect for your morning-treat repertoire, with a glass of warm milk. They could become a main attraction at a party, or a picnic, that everyone will love – and love you for. Kids will love to delve into the bun to get that juicy, sweet blueberry colour all over their mouth and teeth, providing memorable pictures for the family album!
The blueberry cakes are easy to prepare, yet you do have to wait for the cake to grow. But that isn’t such a problem, right? We are on it!
You can bake them yourself – making a wonderfull surprise for your loved ones. You can also get the kids or the rest of the family in the kitchen and have this fun recipe keep both hands and brains busy!
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You will find the list of ingredients, proportions and the instruction of the preparation below the film.
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Blueberry buns with blueberry sauce
Combine the yeast, the sugar and flour with a bit of warm (note: not hot!) milk. Set aside to grow for about 10 minutes.
Mix the sugar and butter in a kitchen robot or with your own hands!. Add the cooked and mashed potatoes.
Add flour and milk, and combine with the mixture you set aside earlier.
Add some vanilla extract, salt and the rest of the ingredients : flour, milk and the yeast you set aside to grow. Combine and mix everything together, till the mixture stops being sticky. Let the dough sit aside do grow for about 90 minutes.
During this time prepare the blackberries (or other forrest fruit) and the backing tray.
When the dough becomes flaky and light, we can make our blackberry bunns. Cut out the pieces of the dough with a knife or tear them, so that it’s possible to roll them out or simply flatten the dough out. We add 2 tablespoons of berries and knead the dough enough so that it doesn’t peel during the baking.
We fill in the baking tray with our buns and leave them to grow for about 30 minutes. They become fluffy and soft.
Preheat the oven. After the buns have grown moisture them with a beaten egg and water. Bake at 175°C/350°F for 30 minutes.
In the meantime we prepare the blackberry sauce. For this purpose we crush the berries into a mass, add powdered sugar and cream. We thoroughly mix.
After you have taken the buns out of the oven you can simply eat them as they are or dip them with the blackberry sauce.