Coffee cake is a breakfast or brunch standout, and for good reason. Whether it's the classic sour cream coffee cake or fun variations like banana-walnut or lemon-cream, it's perfect for breakfast or brunch with hot coffee and conversation.See Popular Coffee Cake Recipes
Learn how to make coffee cake, and you've got a recipe that does double duty as breakfast or dessert. And this version couldn't be easier!
After nearly two years of cooking with my kid(s), I've discovered one thing that works like a charm--every time. Repetition. Sure, you may be reading this and thinking, "Tell me something I don't know; my kid wants chicken nuggets and plain pasta every night." But hear me out. If I want to try something new with the kids, I make a point of saying we're making something we've made before, only with a slight variation.
Whip out this warm breakfast cake the next time you're hosting overnight guests. They won't be able to stay in bed when they smell the delectable combination of cinnamon, almonds, and cream cheese icing.
Let morning greet you with a delicious, fruity coffee cake. Apricot on Sunday, apple on Monday, blueberry on Tuesday--just think of the possibilities!
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... This coffee cake is a real peach, bubbling with rich, velvety cream cheese, sweet peach pie filling, and just enough lemon for zing.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Shake things up with this ooey-gooey, cinnamon-flavored coffee cake, deliciously drizzled with a buttery brown sugar topping that complements a cup of fresh java!
Take advantage of cranberries when they are readily available during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. They add a hint of tartness to this treat that can be served for brunch or dessert.
A take-to-the-office treat or brunch headliner for weekend guests, the first wedge of this cake bread reveals the surprise ribbon of fruit.
Mmm! Warm coffee cake with a sweet drizzled glaze. Apples, carrots and pineapple make glorious additions to an easy muffin mix recipe.
Savor a classic! A brown sugar, nut and spice filling is layered and baked in a rich sour cream coffee cake.
You asked for it and we doubled it! Twice the cinnamon-sugar in the middle and on top adds extra sweetness to a melt-in-your-mouth coffee cake.
Choose the fruit to make this simple coffee cake recipe. Serve it for breakfast, a snack, or dessert.
Try this delicious fruity coffee cake for brunch. Serve warm with sweetened whipped cream.
Shape strips of cinnamon-filled bread dough into an edible Christmas tree. Trim with candied green and red cherries for the ornaments.