4 Reviews

A delicious coffee cake with a light, moist texture. I used butter instead of shortening. I baked this in a greased & floured 9" square pan, and I reduced the topping amounts a bit as it didn't need a whole lot more sugar. This went together easily and baked in about 37 minutes... heavenly!

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vrvrvr March 02, 2009

Heathier Option Loved this recipe! It came out moist and tasty for even my pickiest eaters. I am a mother of 4 intent on healthy choices and this recipe was very accommodating. I used real butter and buttermilk powder plus I substituted flax meal for 1/2 cup of the flour. I upped the cinamon and nuts.

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baytoshpayne October 23, 2015

Absolutely yummy- thanks!

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Melanie Adrienne October 01, 2014

Wonderful cinnamon taste! My family enjoyed this thoroughly. Instead of baking this as a cake, I baked this as coffeecake muffins. I used an additional cup and 4 tbsps. more of flour and 1/2 cup more of brown sugar. I added in 1 cup of chopped almonds also to the batter. I substituted the sour cream with low-fat plain milk and the shortening with margarine. I used 4 tbsps. more of margarine than what the recipe called for. I baked the muffins at 180C for 20 minutes. They looked just as good as bakery-bought ones;-) Thanks for sharing a wonderful recipe!

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Charishma_Ramchandani September 01, 2003
Cinnamon Coffee Cake