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Sourdough Coffee Cake

Sourdough Coffee Cake created by jbozziee

One more way to use your starter! Sometimes I skip the topping and just drizzle white frosting over the top.

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  • Combine sourdough starter, oil and egg.
  • Stir together dry ingredients and add to sourdough mixture.
  • Put dough into greased 9 inch square pan.
  • Crumble topping ingredients together (I use a pastry blender) and sprinkle topping on top of batter.
  • Bake for 35 minutes at 350 degrees.
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"One more way to use your starter! Sometimes I skip the topping and just drizzle white frosting over the top."
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  1. mary b.
    Love this recipe!! I cut back on the white sugar in the cake only using 1/2 cup and we love it!!
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  2. deterpeople
    I was looking for a coffee cake recipe that used sourdough discard and gave this a try. After reading reviews I decided to use melted butter for the oil and added a dash of vanilla. This recipe is very good; moist and tasty! It was easy to put together. I would recommend checking for doneness before 35 minutes, mine was definitely done at 30. I shared warm coffee cake with three of my neighbors last night and I'll be keeping this recipe, thank you!
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  3. Ser Cooks
    This is a yummy way to use sourdough starter. Since my starter is a little thick, I added about 1/4 cup of milk to get more of a cake batter consistency. Also added chopped pecans to the topping since I have entirely too many pecans left over from the holidays. Adding this to my saved recipes. Thanks so much for sharing!
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  4. Monika Z.
    Added a handful of chopped pecans to the topping but otherwise followed the recipe as written. Delicious!! My topping sunk to the bottom in some parts as others mentioned but I liked how that distributed it throughout the cake. I baked it in a 9 inch springform and it turned out a good thickness.
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  5. beck_530
    Great recipe, other than the topping which sunk to the bottom and was hard to get out of pan, now I sprinkle cinnamon sugar on top. I have made it with Apples and walnuts, this was great. Also Peaches and nutmeg (didn't add cinnamon to batter. I also bake in a loaf pan.
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