Some are sweet, others a bit savory, a few even spicy, coffee cakes come in all shapes and sizes. Some, such as Heart-Healthy Apple Coffee Cake, even offer some good nutrition to start your day.
With a river of chocolate inside and a nutty chocolate-flecked topping, this sumptuous yeast bread is the perfect centerpiece for a Christmas brunch.
Strong brewed coffee is a friendly ingredient in this coffee cake. Try topping the cake with coffee-hazelnut syrup.
Raspberries bring a refreshing flavor and new twist to this Italian classic dessert recipe.
Delectable coffee cake gets a fall twist with a cinnamon and walnut filling. Don't forget the crumbly streusel on top for a nutty finish.
Turning this homey cake out of the pan reveals a honey glaze that baked at the bottom. Lemon juice and zest add a little zing.
This quick and easy coffee cake offers the best of both worlds. Start with a coffee cake mix for time-saving convenience and add a handful of other ingredients for homemade goodness.
This classic tiramisu gets a boost of flavor from the hazelnut liqueur but you could omit it and still have a delicious dessert.
Warm spices blended with earthy pumpkin make this coffee cake perfect for an autumn brunch. When purchasing canned pumpkin for this recipe, be sure to buy pure canned pumpkin puree, not pumpkin pie filling.
The best thing about coffee cake? It gives you permission to eat dessert for breakfast, like with this fruity, moist recipe.
Nuts and plump blueberries add flavor to this sour cream coffee cake. Serve it at a summer brunch when blueberries are at their sweetest.
Make this easy coffee cake ahead, chill up to 24 hours, then bake and serve for a delicious breakfast or brunch dish.
Brunch guests will think you slaved over this coffeecake much longer than 15 minutes! Serve with a fruit salad and scrambled eggs for a magnificent morning meal.
For this spectacular dessert, the coffee-flavored cakes are divided by layers of dark chocolate frosting, giant pecans and caramel ice cream topping.
A layer of sliced pears gives extra moistness to this luscious cake. For extra "wow," serve with whipped cream, edible flowers, and fresh figs.
Prepare this cake with fat-free Greek yogurt, applesauce, blueberries, and cornmeal, then chill overnight for an easy, make-ahead breakfast.
Invite the neighbors over for morning coffee and serve this streusel-topped coffee cake warm from the oven.
The crumbly coconut-pecan mixture goes both inside the cake and on top of it to make this dessert.