This bundt cake boasts a caffeinated center as well as an espresso-spiked glaze. Cut a thick slice and eat in place of, or with, your morning coffee.
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Crumb lover alert: this ultimate crumb cake boasts a thick layer of not too sweet cinnamon crumb atop a moist raspberry swirl and vanilla cake.
Use ALL of your leftovers this Thanksgiving weekend. Here's one for finishing up cranberry sauce.
What do you get when you top a moist buttermilk banana cake with sandy crumbs and chocolate ganache squiggles? A darn good knock off of Entenmann's Banana Crunch Cake.
The cake uses coffee two ways: first, in a fluffy coffee whipped cream, and again in an aerated honeycomb candy that provides a contrasting crunchy coating.
Soft cinnamon apples top a tangy, moist cake flavored with applesauce and yogurt.
Moist dried plums and crunchy walnuts are combined in this iced coffee cake.
A sour cream coffee cake that's soft and sweet and full of juicy blackberries gets a topping of big buttery crumbs.
This kuchen combines a rich yeast cake with a spring-inspired fresh strawberry rhubarb puree and yes, plenty of spiced crumbs on top.
Like most everything I've had at Sofra, the coffeecake exceeded my expectations, and not just because there were exotic flavors in the mix.
If we all know that the best part of coffee cake is the crumb, why not just make a coffee cake with a ton of streusel topping? That's what I finally said to myself, and that's why I made this cake.
There is something pleasing to both the eyes and the palate about this vanilla coffee cake marbled with a sweet blueberry swirl.
This coffee cake is heavy on the fresh blueberries (which is how all coffee cakes should be, come summer.)
I feel for the guys who always have to play the supporting role. The sidekicks, the straight men, the Ethels, Dr. Watsons and Ed McMahons of the world. I think it's pretty obvious—Donald Duck saw his own comedic shortcomings and lured the chipmunks into his house with those pancakes, and Geoffrey was really the key to the whole Fresh Prince operation.
Joy Wilson, author of Joy the Baker Cookbook is a single gal, and being single means lots of time spent speculating about Mr. Right. She describes her Extra Crumb Coffee Cake as "The perfect husband. It has the perfect balance of substance and sweet tenderness. The filling brings in just a bit of spice. A little romance (or chocolate) never hurt anyone either, right? The topping is full of extra heart-melting goodness." Pretty sweet, don't you think?
There is something about coffee cake in all its seemingly endless variations that I find more satisfying and comforting than any other cake. Maybe it's the image I conjure up when I hear the words coffee cake: a quiet, calm afternoon with no other company than a cup of dark, hot coffee and a big slice of buttery cake that's layered and topped with streusel and glaze. It's a bliss that's difficult to match.
I went home loaded with piles of ripe strawberries so incredibly fragrant my car was scented for at least two days afterward. Needless to say, I ate my weight in strawberries that weekend: eaten out of hand, piled onto still-warm shortcakes, smothered in liquor-laced whipped cream, and, of course, baked into this week's recipe. This sour cream coffee cake is rich, rich, rich, and, I'm warning you now, totally addictive.
Here's the thing about Manischewitz coffee cake: it tastes just like Little Debbie coffee cake. It has the same buttery bottom layer, the same crumbly cinnamon topping. It is the definition of a foodie's guiltiest indulgence. Guilty because it's...