Til The Last Drop
by Marquis Boone
Kathryn Hewitt’s Favorite Recipe
Topping:¼ cup light brown sugar¼ cup softened butter½ cup all purpose flour
Combine all ingredients until crumbly. Set aside.
Batter:1 box yellow cake mix1 box vanilla instant pudding1 8oz package cream cheese5 large eggs¼ cup milk2 cups fresh or frozen whole blueberries
Beat cream cheese until softened and smooth. Add eggs, one at a time on low speed.Mix in cake mix and pudding.Add milk.Mix on medium speed for 1 minute.Fold in blueberries.
Pour in greased 9X13 pan. Sprinkle topping over batter.Bake in preheated oven 350 degrees for 20-30 minutes or until the cake is firm in the middle.Cut into squares and serve warm.Serves 12-15
This cake also freezes well. Wrap in plastic wrap, then wrap in aluminum foil.To defrost; unwrap aluminum foil, but leave plastic wrap on for 2 hours. Serve cold or warm in microwave.This recipe came to me from my Grandmother who we used to visit in South Georgia. She would make this for breakfast the first morning we woke up in her home.
About The Author:Kathryn Hewitt was born and raised in the small town of Camden, South Carolina. Breaking away from becoming a statistic, she was an Honors Graduate from Camden High School and went on to study British Literature and Sociology at Charleston Southern University, inspiring to teach High School English.Kathryn has a passion for teaching teenagers and reaching out to those who seem as though the world has closed the door. Because of her own experiences, including becoming a teenage mother at fifteen, Kathryn knows the value of life and the blessings it contains. Understanding the importance of making wise decisions, Kathryn passionately seeks to instill that wisdom into the minds of every young lady she encounters. The inspiration for Kathryn's writings comes from her own experiences, and she is never afraid to speak the truth that others refuse to acknowledge.Kathryn married in 2005 and is a stay at home mom with her four sons. She and her family currently live in the same town she grew up.
Author Bio Summary
As a teenage mother, Kathryn Hewitt understands the consequential trials and sacrifices resulting from teen pregnancies. Leadership positions throughout high school, college, and church provided a forum for her activism in promoting premarital abstinence and accountability, and pro-life support.Kathryn currently lives in Camden, South Carolina with her husband and four boys.
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