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Blueberry Buttermilk Breakfast Cake

I need your help. This time next week I will be prepped and ready for surgery. I’m having all four of my wisdom teeth extracted and not looking forward to recovery. I’m hearing polar oposits as far as recovery goes. It’s either a breeze or miserable. Panic….

Have you had your teeth pulled? Only give me the good stories 😉 Rig these answers, guys! I need support! Tell me how it was a breeze and how quickly you recovered and that you popped back to your job the next day. Right? Right….

Oh! And most importantly, what recipes would you recommend for me to have prepped and ready for recovery? I have heard everything from I was eating a steak the next day to you won’t be able to chew anything for days. I’m thinking soup? And hoping that isn’t too ambitious. Should I avoid spice or acid? I have no idea. The doctor hasn’t told me anything, so fill me in.

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Russell van Kraayenburg

Monday 12th of March 2012

Yummy yummy. I love all things blueberry, especially cakes like this.

Baker Street

Wednesday 7th of March 2012

Looks perfect Kita! Blueberry and buttermilk! Mmmm..

whitney

Tuesday 6th of March 2012

am i just an idiot and dont see where it says to add eggs and vanilla? I followed the written directions perfectly ( or so I thought) and it was SO thick! So right before popping it in the oven I re read the ingredients just to make sure I didn't leave anything out. There staring me in the face VANILLA AND 1 EGG!... WHAT... So... I just added them in? now my cake is blue.... I really hope this comes out...

Kita

Tuesday 6th of March 2012

This is a very thick batter, however the eggs and vanilla did go missing from my steps. I have corrected the recipe.

Sandie@afoodieaffair.com

Tuesday 6th of March 2012

These days those type of surgeries are a breeze. Maybe a day of a little soreness, but you should come thorough with flying colors. I had gum surgery on all four quadrants of my mouth with just novacain, and just had obvious soreness. Your recipe looks wonderful! Take care!

Danguole

Monday 5th of March 2012

Mine was a breeze, no worries! They let me choose a CD to listen to while I was getting knocked out. I went with Supernatural by Santana (pickings were kind of slim), and I don't think I made it 30 seconds into the first song. Recovery was a bit sore, but nothing pain meds and ice cream couldn't alleviate.