Old Bisquick Streusel Coffee Cake Recipe

Old Bisquick Streusel Coffee Cake Recipe created by Mike W.

This is what used to be on the Bisquick box. This old recipe is moister and has a better topping (if you like gooey crannies) than the recipe on the box now (2008). For my family this is "Grandma's coffee cake" which she makes by the yard when we are together. It is easy to double (and we often do this) and then cook in two round pans. A doubled recipe can also be cooked in a larger rectangular pan (not sure of the cooking time though - sorry)

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  • Heat oven to 375ºF.
  • Grease 9-inch round pan.
  • Make Cinnamon Streusel; reserve. (my sister often doubles this recipe so that there is lots of topping).
  • Stir coffee cake batter ingredients until blended.
  • Spread in pan.
  • Sprinkle with Cinnamon Streusel.
  • Bake 18 to 22 minutes or until golden brown.
  • Let sit a few minutes and then serve warm with butter and lots of milk or coffee.
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"This is what used to be on the Bisquick box. This old recipe is moister and has a better topping (if you like gooey crannies) than the recipe on the box now (2008). For my family this is "Grandma's coffee cake" which she makes by the yard when we are together. It is easy to double (and we often do this) and then cook in two round pans. A doubled recipe can also be cooked in a larger rectangular pan (not sure of the cooking time though - sorry)"
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  1. Dan D.
    Has anyone tried this with bits of apple mixed in; yum, it is great!
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  2. Tami-lyn S.
    Great recipe! Doubled, added vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg to batter. Pecan to topping. Served warm but did a light drizzle across cake of powder sugar and milk glaze??????????
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  3. Karen D.
    I've made a "kicked up" version of this for years. I add a teaspoon each of cinnamon, vanilla extract and nutmeg to the batter, and sub brown sugar in the topping, add chopped pecans, and double it. So great. Enjoy!
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  4. christa_sm
    I doubled this recipe and put in a 9x13 oblong glass pan. I just wondered if anyone knew how long to bake at 375 degrees?
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  5. mamdvr
    I used 2 make this in 1992-1994 and my son loved it. Recently he asked me 2 make it for him and I couldn't remember the recipe. The Bisquick box no longer has it! Thank goodness that I found it. The recipe is so delicious and easy to make. I will make it again tomorrow. Thanks to everyone for sharing.
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