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Sugarplum Filling for Coffee Cake

Something magic happens to a filling of whipped egg whites, sugar, dates and orange when it's baked inside a yeast coffeecake. It's even better when it leaks out and makes a candylike crust on the baking sheet. I bet you could use refrigerated bread dough or crescent roll dough rather than make your own.

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directions

  • Beat the egg whites with salt and cream of tartar until soft peaks form, beating in sugar gradually.
  • Stir in orange zest, dates and walnuts.
  • Roll out coffeecake yeast dough to a long oblong.
  • Spread with butter all over.
  • Spread with filling mixture.
  • Roll up into a scroll to enclose filling. Bring ends together and pinch to seal.
  • Bake as cake directions indicate.
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"Something magic happens to a filling of whipped egg whites, sugar, dates and orange when it's baked inside a yeast coffeecake. It's even better when it leaks out and makes a candylike crust on the baking sheet. I bet you could use refrigerated bread dough or crescent roll dough rather than make your own."
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  1. fluffernutter
    Something magic happens to a filling of whipped egg whites, sugar, dates and orange when it's baked inside a yeast coffeecake. It's even better when it leaks out and makes a candylike crust on the baking sheet. I bet you could use refrigerated bread dough or crescent roll dough rather than make your own.
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