Blueberry Nuts Cake

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Serves: 8-10
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Ingredients

1 medium prepare your own plain yellow cake, your recipe
2 Tbsp cocoa, unsweetened powder
1/2 c dried blueberries
1/2 c chestnuts, small cuts
1 c sugar (need to mixed with cinnamon)
1 Tbsp cinnamon (need to mixed with sugar)

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Itav D Recipe
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Member Since Oct 2010
Itav's notes for this recipe:
Last week I had a hard time here in this site and (that day) I made this cake for my self to make my self happy!!!!! And I had this cake with my hot green tea with ginger.

Every one here, I'm sure, has a recipe for plain yellow cake, which I don't explain the plain cake recipe here anymore, I just explain about how to add other ingredients and bake.

I used Pyrex or glass pan not metal pan.

For people like to make it easier they can buy the ready package of plain yellow cake mix from any grocery.

If any one need the plain yellow cake recipe please let me know.
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Directions

1
Preheat your oven, 350 degree.
Prepare plain yellow cake.
Divide it to 2 (almost) equal part in separate bowl.
2
In one of the bowl add the cocoa powder, dried blueberries and cut nuts, and mix them well.
3
Grease your "pan" with 1 or 2 teaspoons melted butter or spray. Then pour 2/3 of the sugar cinnamon mix into the "pan", and spread and cover the pan well all over.
4
Add the melted butter to the yellow mix, and pour all the yellow cake mix into the "pan".
5
Next pour the cocoa nut cake mix on top of the yellow mix (in center not close to the edge of the pan), because the cocoa nut mix is heavier than yellow mix, it would sink in the yellow cake mix.
6
With a spoon, go zigzag into the yellow and cocoa cake very softly, just a stroke not more.
7
Then spread the rest of the sugar cinnamon mixture on top of the cake mix.
8
Put the "pan" in the preheated oven bake it in 350 degree for 50 minutes to 1 hour, as every one knows check it with toothpick, if nothing stick to the toothpick, the cake is ready, if not, leave it for 10-15 more minutes until is done.
9
After 10 minutes when the pan is cool turn it over in your plate. You can decorate and design it with any thing you like, whipped cream, icing, chocolate fudge, fruit and Jello (gelatin), mixed nuts....
10
Because I'm on diet I just ate it plain, as picture, with my hot tea with ginger.

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user Bea L. BeachChic - Jan 18, 2011
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user Bea L. BeachChic - Feb 17, 2011
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