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    This is a delicious coffee cake recipe i found in a local cookbook from a past home, the topping swirled throughout the cake makes it moist, but crunchy! you won't regret trying this one.

    Recipe #400982

    This is the BEST coffee cake ever. It has been around as long as I can remember. My Mom says back in 1966, my father used to go have coffee with his boss in a little coffee shop that served a coffee cake much like this one - he wanted her to figure out how to make it and this is what she came up with. Christmas is not christmas without it. My daughter makes it and takes it camping, it has gone fishing, we give it as gifts ... its just a family favorite. Its moist and easy to make.

    Recipe #345503

    1 Reviews |  By LizCl

    Easy to make and delicious. Makes a big cake.

    Recipe #115417

    For unexpected guests at Thanksgiving or any time, here is a quick and easy coffee cake that everyone wil love! The streusel topping is a yummy mixture that includes brown sugar, walnuts and cinnamon. The cake is lightly spiced with orange and vanilla. Its delicious!!

    Recipe #393762

    1 Reviews |  By vrvrvr

    From the Gray Whale Inn, Ft. Bragg, CA circa late 1980's. This is an extravagant coffee cake. Best for a crowd!

    Recipe #277881

    This recipe comes from Barefoot Contessa Parties! 2001.

    Recipe #208412

    I'm posting this in response to a request -- Guessing on prep time as recipe doesn't say.

    Recipe #91910

    I found this recipe ages ago in a magazine, and didn't try it until I was requested to bring a coffee cake to Easter brunch. Oh my gosh, the cake was amazing! The recipe was great as is, and I think you'll all enjoy it. I know the guests at the brunch did! (Tip: Now that I've made the recipe once, I do think that it could use more filling. Of course, that's just me, but if you have want an extra sweet coffee cake, I would double the filling recipe, then pour only 1/3 of the batter in the pan when you sprinkle the filling on it. Only sprinkle 1/2 the filling on the batter, pour in another 1/3 of the batter, sprinkle the rest of the filling on it, than pour the remaining cake batter on it. I think that will make the cake turn out even better! Just a suggestion... I'll let you know how it turns out after I try it!)

    Recipe #419475

    4 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This is one great coffee cake to serve at brunch!

    Recipe #53712

    This the most incredible coffee cake recipe! I tried this found at recipesource.com. It's a Mrs. Fields copycat recipe. I LOVED this!

    Recipe #47134

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Lots of streusel filling makes cutting a bit messy, but that will be of little consequence once you've had your first bite! This tastes great upon first baking and even BETTER the next day, plan ahead, then. Use a buttered rubber spatula for spreading the batter, as it is quite sticky (get your fingers into the action, too!). Clipped this one from Midwest Living's August '09 issue--I think that means it's been properly aged, and now ready for filing here on Zaar!

    Recipe #399267

    This is an adaptation of Resa66's Everything Breakfast Bar. My version does not use Splenda. Could easily be frozen in individual servings for a quick breakfast or anytime snack.

    Recipe #136075

    The best banana bread ever , super floffy and just amazing flavor, and very easy to make. surely five stars.

    Recipe #415681

    I got this recipe from a lady I work with. We were having a Mexican potluck at work. When she told us she was bring Mexican cheesecake, we all kinda looked at her funny. After we got done eating the cheesecake, we asked for for the directions on how to make it. I took it home and made it that night for a family get together we have every weekend. It was very easy to make. It sat in my house overnight before I took it out to my grandma's house. Not sure how I kept my boyfriend out of it. It smelled so good. It went so fast. My mom and grandma told me from now on this is what I'm to bring every weekend. I hope y'all enjoy the recipe.

    Recipe #253252

    This looks so good! I just found the recipe in the paper and I think it may be our new holiday morning favorite! Let me know how you like it. (Prep time is approximate)

    Recipe #102924

    What makes this different from other French toast casseroles is that there is no need to refrigerate this one. Make and eat the same day!! (Great for Christmas morning)

    Recipe #290918

    This is just like the sweet, gooey icing that comes inside tiny tins inside those tubes of refrigerated cinnamon bun doughs. By changing the extract flavor, you can make orange cinnamon buns, lemon cinnamon buns, whatever you like.

    Recipe #19239

    Wonderful with your cup of coffee!

    Recipe #160256

    7 Reviews |  By Al Al

    I couldn't find this exact recipe posted, so I am posting ANOTHER cranberry scone recipe. :) My mom makes these and they always turn out moist and flaky. They are especially good if you use dried cranberries that are flavored with orange (I found them at Trader Joe's). Since I don't usually have buttermilk on hand, I combine 1 Tbsp. lemon juice plus enough milk to equal one cup and let it curdle while I am mixing the dry ingredients.

    Recipe #227016

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