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Blueberry Poke Cake

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Blueberry Poke Cake is semi homemade dessert, simple and easy enough to make for any occasion, but also fancy enough to serve at special events.
This Blueberry Poke Cake recipe uses boxed white cake mix and Cool Whip topping, but what makes it extra special is creamy and delicious homemade cheesecake blueberry filling.

Blueberry Poke Cake is semi homemade dessert, simple and easy enough to make for any occasion, but also fancy enough to serve at special events.

Since I’m totally obsessed with blueberries lately, which you might noticed after my Blueberry Truffles and Lasagna (both made with freeze dried blueberries powder and frozen blueberries) after I finally got some fresh blueberries I had to figured out what how to use them this time.

Blueberry Poke Cake is semi homemade dessert, simple and easy enough to make for any occasion, but also fancy enough to serve at special events.

I scrolled a little through my blog and realized that for 3 years of blogging I have only 2 poke cake recipes: Chocolate Poke Cake and Pumpkin Poke Cake. So I came up with this idea, I’ll make a blueberry poke cake! And what should I fill the pokes with, instant pudding, sweetened condensed milk, blueberry sauce…? Well, blueberry cheesecake filling sounded great to me! I decided to make a little experiment and mix cream cheese, sweetened condensed milk, heavy cream and of course blueberries. I put some blueberries in the freezer so I could crush them in a food processor and add into cheesecake mixture to get nice, purple color and mild blueberry flavor that isn’t over powering because I didn’t want tto add any artificial color or flavor.

Blueberry Poke Cake is semi homemade dessert, simple and easy enough to make for any occasion, but also fancy enough to serve at special events.

I used only half boxed white cake mix and baked it in 8×8 inch pan, because I really don’t have enough room in my fridge for all that dessert that I had to make for the purpose of blogging. But I overdid it with the filling, and realized that I had enough for whole 9×13 inch cake. After I chilled leftovers of blueberry cheesecake filling in the fridge it was lick the bowl good, so I ain’t regretted, I eat it all with a spoon.

Blueberry Poke Cake is semi homemade dessert, simple and easy enough to make for any occasion, but also fancy enough to serve at special events.

Blueberry Cheesecake filling isn’t overpowering with blueberry flavor so when you cut the cake, top each square generously with fresh blueberries and it will taste amazing.
This Blueberry Poke Cake will be perfect, refreshing treat for summer parties or potlucks, and you can make it really quick and easy. No one will even notice that it’s just half homemade and that you haven’t spent hours in the kitchen.

Blueberry Poke Cake is semi homemade dessert, simple and easy enough to make for any occasion, but also fancy enough to serve at special events.





Blueberry Cheesecake Poke Cake

Blueberry Poke Cake is semi homemade dessert, simple and easy enough to make for any occasion, but also fancy enough to serve at special events.

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Ingredients

For the cake:

1 box white or vanilla cake mix (plus ingredients on the box)

For blueberry cheesecake filling:

1 (14oz.) can Sweetened condensed milk

1 cup fresh blueberries (freeze them overnight so you could crush them in a food processor)

1 cup whipping cream

8 oz. cream cheese softened

2 tablespoon fresh lemon juice

For topping:

2 cups whipped topping (Cool Whip)

2 cups fresh blueberries


Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 350°F, spray 9 x 13 inch baking dish with cooking spray and set aside.
  • Prepare the cake mix according to the ingredients on the box and bake 20-22 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.
  • Cool the cake for 10 minutes than using a wooden spoon poke holes all over the cake but be careful not to poke all the way to the bottom. Set aside to cool completely.
  • Place frozen blueberries in a food processor and pulse until they crushed completely. If you can’t crush the blueberries completely add some of the sweetened condensed milk and pulse until it become smooth, then transfer to a bowl , add the rest of sweetened condensed milk and softened cream cheese and whisk until there are no large lumps.
  • Add whipping cream and whisk until combined evenly.
  • Stir in lemon juice and pour over the cake immediately ( lemon juice will thicken it really quickly). Spread it back and forth so it fills the holes. Set in the fridge for couple of hours or overnight to set.
  • Spread whipped topping, slice and serve. Top each slice with fresh blueberries before serving.
  • Store in the fridge.
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Blueberry Poke Cake is semi homemade dessert, simple and easy enough to make for any occasion, but also fancy enough to serve at special events.

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  1. I made this morning for an afternoon picnic. I haven't tried a piece yet, but, I can absolutely say the blueberry mixture is delicious! I am not a big fan of blueberries but I could eat the filling all by itself. So I'm super excited for everyone to try this. With your permission, I would like to feature this recipe on my website, The Whitmore Cafe, giving you full credit for this yummy goodness.
  2. I made the Blueberry Cheese Cake today. My guest really enjoyed it but I was disappointed because the filling didn't don't set as expected. Maybe it was because I didn't whip the Whipping Cream before adding it. The instructions were not clear. Please advise.

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