Blackberry Cake

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Blackberry Cake
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30 min.
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Healthy, because

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Superfoods from the region? Yes, because blackberries are in no way inferior to exotic superfoods. The berries are rich in cell-protecting antioxidants, the dietary fibre pectin makes them good for our stomach and can lower blood fat levels. In addition, the fruits are a good source of iron, which we need for healthy blood formation.

You can also prepare this delicious sheet cake with other berries. Raspberries, strawberries or gooseberries taste just as delicious with it. For a little freshness you can garnish the blackberry tin cake with mint leaves.

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For the cake batter
400 grams
250 grams
150 grams
Sugar (or more to taste)
150 milliliters
2 teaspoons
1 pinch
Butter (for the baking sheet)
Pastry flour (for the baking sheet)
For the topping
800 grams
2 packets
Powdered sugar (for dusting)

Preparation steps


Preheat the oven to 180°C (approximately 350°F). Grease a baking sheet (40 x 30 cm) (approximately 16 x 12 inches) with butter and sprinkle with flour.


For the cake batter, beat the room temperature butter until fluffy. Alternatingly add the sugar and eggs. Mix the flour with baking powder and salt and stir into the egg mixture alternating with the milk to form a smooth batter. Pour onto the prepared baking sheet and smooth.


For the filling, rinse the blackberries, sort, pat dry and mix with the vanilla sugar. Spread evenly over the cake batter. Bake in the preheated oven for 35- 40 minutes. Check for doneness with a toothpick. Remove from the oven, let cool and serve dusted with powdered sugar.