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Excellent! The most moist coffee cake I've ever tried!
I made this on May 25th.2012 for the " Down On The Farm " Event in the Food Photo Forum. Except for cutting the recipe in half and using almonds instead of walnuts,the recipe was made as it was written. And for my " Baking Option " I used an 8 x 8 inch pan, the baking time of 25 minutes @ 350 degrees was just right. But after eating a piece the next day, I did find the cake part too be just a bit dry. Thanks for posting and " Keep Smiling :) "
This makes a beautiful coffee cake! I followed the recipe, as directed, and the cake raised up high and pretty in my bundt pan. We all enjoyed it, and let it be known; this heats back up nicely also! Thanks for sharing a great family favorite, Deb!
Wow, great. I had a recipe similar to this years ago and lost it. Have been searching for it for years. Thanks, I will not lose it again. Best coffee cake EVER! I added a bit more nuts and cinnamon layered in a 9x13. Dollops all over then spread with a spatula, took a bit of effort but it works and was delicious
I made this cake for the guys around here and they both gave it 5 stars. The only change I made was to skip the nuts (DH won't eat them) and to put the sugar/cinnamon on the top. I made a half recipe and found that there wasn't really enough batter to spread well enough in the 8x8 pan to put the sugar layer in the center so I just put all on the batter in and put the sugar on top about half way through baking. It's quick and simple to make with no fuss and a man pleaser (cool). Made for Photo Tag.