Cooking with Coffee: Brewing Up Sweet and Savory Everyday Dishes

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Because they tend to be flimsy, I baked it on a cookie sheet. Since it tastes great, easily cuts into clean slices and actually resembles the photo in the recipe I gave it 5 Stars. Just make sure you have plenty of time and bowls! This is not a cake to make on the fly but worthy of a special occasion. I have this cake in the oven now!!! Looks amazing! Next time Ill just reduce the entire layer recipe by half. Any less and it would have been not enough to cover the cinnamon layer.

I can see why this recipe would have spillage as it bakes, even with a deep 9X13! Worked out great! Ill update the post after its done baking and we've tasted it! Can you please tell me if this recipe worked in the 10 X 15 pan? Is it possible to use self raising flower instead of regular flower and baking soda? I haven't tried it this way, bit I don't see why it wouldn't work. I was hesitant to add the glaze due to the amount of brown sugar in the recipe but it was the perfect amount of sweetness. I did add a Tablespoon of butter to the glaze.

I will never use a different recipe for coffee cake again. Just finished making it—its a bit labor intensive creating 4 layers for it-cake, cinnamon filling, cream cheese filling and streusel My husband is lactose intolerant, but loves his desserts, so many of our favorites contain cream cheese. Can you suggest a good substitute for the cream cheese filling in this coffee cake? I know you have all of the instructions to make the cake but seeing the video might have been fun.

Where is it? What do I click on to see it? Could the problem be that I have an Apple desktop computer running Google Chrome as the browser? Maybe your connection is slow and its not loading, sorry. Why are people giving 5 stars without having made this? Sometimes people get excited when they see something that they like, but this is a great recipe.

I promise you will love it. I absolutely love cream cheese, but I'm wondering if the cheesecake layer might be too heavy in the morning for breakfast. Since I've never tried this recipe, would you say that it's a little on the heavy-side or still a light-tasting cake even with the cream cheese? I would definitely NOT call this a light cake, it is rich and indulgent and worth every calorie. The cheesecake layer is NOT too much, its actually very thin and just adds more flavor. I find that mine goes soggy after keeping the cake in a container overnight. If you wrap it tightly in plastic wrap and after that, in foil, it should keep its texture better.

It gets soggy usually from the humidity and condensation. Can this be left out overnight, or does it need to be refrigerated because of the cheesecake? Made your recipe. It's just out of the oven. It looks great but hard to tell if cake bottom is cooked. Any other ideas for that? Insert a toothpick in the center of the cake, if it comes out clean, you are good :. I think the recipe should state you need a pan that has really high sides.

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I used a 9x13 pan and it exploded over the sides and took much longer to bake. Make sure you use at least a pan that has 3 inch sides instead of mine that had 2 inch sides. Not enough room. How do you store this cake? I usually wrap mine and leave it on the counter but this recipe has a cheesecake layer. Do you store it in the fridge? In the middle of maming this coffee cake and I accidentally mixex cream cheese layer ingredients together at the same time! How can I fix this!! My bowl looks like a soupy mess. Need to be at my Mother in Laws in 2 hours!!

Send help! Can I make these in muffin form? I am not sure how many it will yield, but probably a LOT : the cooking time would be about 30 minutes. I haven't tried this yet but I'm going to. I just have a couple of questions. My sons love coffee cake but my oldest is Type 1 diabetic. It would also be easier for the carb count to make it in muffin form and I think easier to freeze.

Would I need to make any adjustments other than baking time? Also, the carbohydrate count on the recipe, is that per serving or cake I'm figuring per cake due to the amount and how many servings is in the cake? I'm guessing the normal 12 but, I need to know for sure to correctly add up and divide the carbohydrates. How much does it normally rise so I know how full to fill the muffin cups?

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Lastly, this recipe sounds amazing and I love the cheesecake aspect!! Wow, wow and wow again. This is an amazing recipe. The cake is moist and just dense enough to hold the rest of the layers up while somehow still retaining a tender feel. The cinnamon and cheese strata are not only aesthetically pleasing but the perfect balance of crunch with cream AND despite the high fat and sugar comes across as elegant and delicate. I am so happy that you loved this Coffee Cake : thank you for your sweet comment! I made this coffee cake and it looks amazing and smells even better.

My question is I had issues determining if it was cooked thru. The tooth pick test is deceiving as you can't get to cake bottom. I ended up baking an additional mins so the center wasn't jiggly and seem firmer. I just took this out and I'm praying the cheese cake layer sets. Any other way to see if done? Thanks for the great recipe! This is one delicious and stout coffee cake! It must weigh about 20 pounds in my glass pan. It's perfectly sweet and very buttery. Could you please advise if it's necessary to keep the coffee cake in the refrigerator after the initial time suggested for setting the cream cheese layer.

I've been microwaving each piece for about 20 seconds to warm slightly. It would be better kept on the counter and at room temp if there isn't an issue with the cream cheese spoiling. I am so happy that you liked the recipe, it's definitely decadent. Since it has a cream cheese layer, its best to keep it in the fridge and just microwave it for a few seconds before serving. Your email address will not be published. Recipe Rating. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Jump to Recipe Holiday Recipes. Jump to Recipe Print Recipe.

Save Recipe. Save Print Email Review. Instructions Cake: Grease and dust with a bit of flour a 13x9 baking dish and set aside.

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Using a hand mixer to a stand mixer, beat in softened butter into the flour mixture until all combined and crumbly. Pour the batter into the prepared baking dish and spread it evenly. Cinnamon Filling: In a small bowl, using a for mix together the softened butter, flour, sugar and cinnamon until soft crumbs form. Sprinkle the cinnamon evenly over the cake batter. Set aside. Cheesecake Layer: In a large mixing bowl, beat cream cheese, once creamy, beat it sugar. Once combined, beat in eggs and vanilla extract until light and fluffy, about minutes.

Scoop the cheesecake filling over the cinnamon filling and using a spatula spread it evenly. Streusel Topping: In a large bowl, mix sugar with cinnamon and salt. Once the butter is fully combined, add the flour and mix with a fork or using your hands until fully combined. Sprinkle streusel topping over the cheesecake layer until evenly distributed. Bake: Bake cake in a degree oven for about minutes, until fully cooked. Cool completely and after that refrigerate it for hours for the cheesecake layer to fully settle before serving.

Glaze: Add the powdered sugar to a medium bowl, add two tablespoons of milk and the vanilla extract. Mix until fully combined with no lumps. If the mixture is too thick add one more tablespoon of milk. I like the glaze on the thicker side, yet pourable, so it will look white and shiny, not transparent. Use a fork or spoon to drizzle the icing over the cake. Slice and serve! Share This Recipe.

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Thanksgiving Sweet Potato Pie Cupcakes total 40 mins. Get free recipes to your inbox! Comments Leave a reply. Cherri Megasko March 26, pm Coffee cake is a dangerous thing around me. Joely Smith March 26, pm I love how this is not just a wonderful recipe but that you taught us a bit about the history too! Laura March 26, pm That looks divine!

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Shelley King March 26, pm We love coffee cake and we have it every single holiday morning. Amanda March 26, pm Coffee cake is one of my favorite things to have for breakfast! Nadalie Bardo March 27, am I cannot get over how appetizing this coffee cake looks. Nikki March 27, am I would absolutely eat that again and again! Bites for Foodies March 27, pm Hmm, coffee cake!

Aileen Adalid March 28, am I gotta admit I'm not into coffee — but coffee cakes I can tolerate. I have to make this! Reesa Lewandowski March 29, pm Coffee Cake is my favorite kind of cake, yes even more so than chocolate! Chrissie March 30, am This looks just like the coffee cake my grandma used to make for us! Catalina Castravet. Nadine Siciliano April 25, pm I made this cake yesterday using a Pyrex 13x9 glass baking dish. Jillian Michelle May 1, am Sooo goood! Megan MegUnprocessed May 18, pm Coffee cake is one of my favorite things!

This looks delicious! Liz Della Croce June 21, am This looks amazing!

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I'd eat this for breakfast any day! Micheka July 3, pm This looks great, it's always a challenge to find a good coffee cake recipe. Carol July 8, pm I love this recipe. Jossilyn Jorgensen. Michelle July 21, am Can u make this cake the night before? Laura September 22, pm Great and easy cake to make, turned out delicious!! Jeena November 19, am This cake looks so good!! Chef Bobby November 22, am This is my new go-to coffee cake recipe! Michelle December 8, pm This looks amazing! Becca December 23, pm Did you change the recipe to 2 packages of cream cheese instead of 4?

Jill December 24, pm 5 stars Jess December 28, am Excellent recipe! Maria Knorr December 28, pm I made this today and it was really out of this world! Mary January 1, pm I have this cake in the oven now!!! Petra Bos January 19, pm Is it possible to use self raising flower instead of regular flower and baking soda? Ms Mary January 21, am whew!! Mark Langford January 22, pm Nothing short of decadent! Susan Dixon January 30, pm My husband is lactose intolerant, but loves his desserts, so many of our favorites contain cream cheese.

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Beat again for another 2—3 minutes until the cream is thickened and the chocolate is fully incorporated. Healthy and heavenly-this chocolate knows what we crave! You know a chocolate is respectable when you consume an entire package within a morning. Coffee Cocoa Crinkle Cookies Makes about 3 dozen cookies Light, airy, crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside.

Drop the dough by tablespoon onto a parchment-lined baking sheet, about 2 inches apart. Bake 12—14 minutes until puffed and crinkled on top. Cool 5 minutes before moving to a wire rack. Chill the crust for 1 hour. Spread the mousse into the pie crust. Chill 2—3 hours before serving. You may also like. Chocolate coffee Cookies cooking with coffee Pie.

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