Cinnamon Streusel Buttermilk Coffee Cake

  • viennaguitar Posted: 12/10/09
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    Made it in a 10 inch spring form pan, no changes to the recipe - it was a big hit!

  • kjnagl Posted: 12/18/09
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    I made this cake this morning and it is very good. However, it only rose about 1-1/2". Am wondering if that is how it is suppose to be or did I do something wrong. Can anyone give me suggestions on this.

  • SHanson420 Posted: 02/12/11
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    This coffee cake was quite tasty. Worthy of praise from my mother in law. I couldn't find the bottom to my springform pan so I used a bundt pan and I discovered my baking powder was expired (!). This was probably the reason it didn't raise as high as I expected. I will make it again though.

  • motpea Posted: 03/24/13
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    I followed the high altitude instructions. It rose, then fell in two, ring small pans. One pan was.a small gugelhupf, about four cup. It would have fit in a medium sized pan but not a really large bundt pan, not enough batter. They came out of the pans nicely and could use a drizzle of white glaze for decoration. Easy to stir together without a mixer. I liked that. Very strong on the nutmeg. I would cut down or even omit. Consistency was good. Better the next day. Reminder me of Cowboy Coffee cake out of an old BHG cookbook.

  • annnorvell Posted: 11/30/13
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    I used my left over homemade cranberry sauce with this recipe. I just swirled about 1 cup in to the batter. This is the best coffee cake ever!


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