Chocolate Sour Cream Coffee Cake

Chocolate Sour Cream Coffee Cake created by Rita1652

This should be named "I Can't Stop Eating It Chocolate Sour Cream Coffee Cake".

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1hr 20mins
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directions

  • Cream together the butter and sugar.
  • Add eggs one-at-a-time.
  • Gradually add the flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt.
  • When dry ingredients are completely blended, add the sour cream& vanilla.
  • Fold in the chocolate bits.
  • Prepare streusal by mixing all ingredients together.
  • Pour 1/2 of the batter into prepared loaf or tube pan.
  • Top with 1/2 of the streusal.
  • Add remaining batter on top of streusal.
  • Top with with remaining streusal.
  • Bake for one (1) hour at 350 degrees.
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  1. phyllis_2902060
    While the chocolate sour cream coffee cake says to use 2-2 ounce packages of chocolate, is that unsweetened baking chocolate or some other kind of chocolate? Mine seems awfully bitter since there's just a little bit of sugar mixed in with the chocolate and cinnamon. Thanks
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  2. vusandra
    Tasty and everyone enjoyed. It definitely has a buttery pound cake texture. I added a tablespoon of butter when melting the chocolate and sugar for the streusal to help with the thickness. The streusal comes together almost like dough, so I just crumbled it to sprinkle it in the loaf and on top. I used one large loaf pan and used the remaining batter in small square muffin tins (very cute and turned out great!) I baked in the loaf pan for 45 mins and 20 mins in the square muffin tins. I also took out a cup of batter and mixed in about 1/4 cup of cocoa to make a swirled coffee cake. I didn't use all the streusal to make it less sweet, so I wanted some extra color to it...but I don't think it did much for the loaf. My personal opinion I think this recipe has too much fat with all the butter, eggs, sour cream, and chocolate. I've made other good coffee cake recipes that don't use as much fat, but give it a try if you don't mind!
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  3. ladyfingers
    Depending on your sweet tooth, this recipe may or may not be appealing. No problems here with the streusal consistency or overflowing, but the sugar content in this is over the top. I could barely eat one small piece, yet my husband ate two. A tasty treat for the right person.
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  4. klr2116
    Really delicious coffee cake! and the recipe was very easy to follow, though I found the same issue with the consistency of the streusal as another reviewer, that it came out very thick and un-"streusal-like". But I put it in as directed (more in globs than anything else) and it baked right in, and who knows the difference when you're eating it!? I also made the entire amount the recipe called for and it made two loaves perfectly. All in all a very sweet and delicious treat! :)
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  5. Thatgirl 2
    This was delicious! Next time, I will add a little liquid to the streusal, as it was like ganache. Also, I baked it an additional 15 minutes, but covered the cake with aluminum foil after 55 minutes. Thanks again!
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