By ratherbeswimmin' on September 16, 2002
Photo by Melodytoons
Photo by Melodytoons
"I use fresh peaches when in season or fresh peaches that I have put up in the freezer. YUM!"
Serving Size: 1 (1538 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I went with my craving for a good coffe cake this morning and came up with this delightful one! I had never tried a peach coffee cake before, but so glad I did. This is an excellent recipe and I am enjoying it so much. I wouldn't change a thing! Thanks, NurseDi!"
"WOW!!! This coffee cake is the best. The peach streusel topping really makes it out of the ordinary and very delicious. We ate it while still warm and thought we were in heaven. Thanks for sharing this."
" If I could give this more than five stars I would. Moist,delicious and the strusel was really wonderful. Top notch recipe."
"Ohhhh, this was very good. I love coffeecake but like Bev said, I have never made one with peaches. Delicious!! I thawed out some fresh frozen peaches that we picked last summer. That worked just fine. The cake had a yummy buttery flavor and the peach crumb topping was the crowning glory. "
"A stone cold 5 star winner. I did have to cook it 50 minutes but it was perfect. Used fresh Virginia peaches that were nice and sweet. I used splenda brown sugar and no problem. Thanks for a fantastic recipe. Will do again and again."
"Really tasty. My cake was also a bit soggy. Thanks for posting."
"This is very good. I didn't give it 5 stars because the cake is a tad soggy under the peaches."
"Very good..nurse di. I love your recipes. I made this for a book club meeting, but used canned, sliced peaches. The batter is a little thick, but it came out very nice. Will try this recipe with apples next time!! Thank You."
"With fresh, juicy Alabama peaches on the counter and a freezer full of Alabama pecans,I decided to try this coffeecake. I made it according to directions. The batter is very thick and a little difficult to spread in the pan. But the result is a pretty dessert that shouldn't just be served at breakfast. I'd proudly spotlight it at any festive occasion. My 9" springform pan made a cake that would serve 10-12."
"This coffeecake is just plain fantastic!!! I made it for a bridesmaid brunch and the gals thought it was scrummy-yummy. Has a very moist texture and wonderful tasting streusel filling. The fresh peaches looked nice. This one is worth more than 5 stars to me. Thanks Nurse Di."
"Thanks for this great coffee cake recipe. I needed to use up some sour cream which was left over from the holiday's, due to it expiring soon and I chose this recipe. Not too sweet. Not too dry. Although I typically always follow a recipe to the tee the first time I ever make it, I had no choice but to alter this one slightly, due to not having all the ingredients required. I didn't have butter flavored Crisco, so I used plain. In additon to this, I added 2 tablespoons of butter, so I could create the butter flavor that the Crisco would have given it. I also don't have a 9" springform pan, only a 10" which worked perfect! I love this cake. Other fruit options I think would try are: cherries, pineapples or even pears! Thanks again!!"