5 Reviews

I love this cake! It's simple but tastes delicious, especially the streusel. Thanks!

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Ginger Rose August 10, 2009

A delicious coffee cake and easy to make. Since the directions for mixing weren't specific, I creamed the softened butter with the sugar, then beat in the egg and salt. I mixed the baking powder with the flour and stirred that in. I did add several smallish apples diced to the batter. For the streusel, I used brown sugar and increased it to 3/4 cup and doubled the flour and butter. (I really like streusel). The texture is perfect. I got raves from everybody! Thanks for the recipe!!

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Fran6 April 01, 2007

Easy to make, and tasted great... My kind of recipe... Thanks

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tina76r October 15, 2006

Yes, a definite 5 stars! I used to work with a catering company that made coffee cakes for our hospital meetings. I never thought anything could come close to theirs. This was so perfect! It wasn't too sweet or too cakey... but perfect. Thank you!

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Petite Mommy June 24, 2006

Mrs. Bridgewater sounds like a dear, so I decided to whip this up in my food processor upon reading! I used some toasted pecans for the nuts. My family loves a good coffee cake and this made for a nice "first day of summer vacation" breakfast. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado June 23, 2006
Teacher Coffee Cake