Blueberry Streusel Coffee Cake Recipe

Blueberry Streusel Coffee Cake Recipe

This blueberry coffee cake recipe is hands down one of the best coffee cakes ever! My husband loves it and I took it to a family get together and everyone there loved it too! And did I mention it is super easy to make? Who doesn’t love a good coffee cake? When I was little I thought coffee cake would taste like coffee- which to my young mind meant bitter! But once I was enlightened to what coffee cake really was, I was hooked! When whipping this up, I made sure to gently fold in the blueberries. That way they won’t break prior to baking and turn the whole batter grey. But hey, if that accidentally happens it will still be delicious, just maybe a slightly different color. No one will care as soon as they taste it! This easy blueberry coffee cake is made with bisquick- because bisquick makes everything easy and always turns out exactly how I wanted it to. So that is a winner in my book. I also made this recipe to have a lot of streusel- you know that sugary crumbly topping that everyone loves. So yeah, I made a ton of it and happily put it on top. No regrets! And if the yummy streusel wasn’t enough (which it totally is!), I made a quick almond glaze! I used almond extract in the glaze because I love the flavor it gives, but you can use vanilla extract instead and it will still be yummy.   This blueberry streusel coffee cake is super light and delicious and goes great with coffee, tea or hey...
Red Velvet Cheesecake Cake Recipe

Red Velvet Cheesecake Cake Recipe

Red Velvet Cheesecake Cake, red velvet cake with a swirl of cheesecake throughout, topped with cream cheese frosting and crushed red velvet Oreos… basically the best cake EVER!     This red velvet cheesecake cake recipe is THE BEST CAKE I HAVE EVER MADE. There, I said it. Am I sorry? No. Just stating facts here people, it’s the best. Period. If you follow my blog, you know I like to name drop my husband, Jeremy quite often. I do this a lot because a lot of the food I make I cater to his tastes. Because that’s just what you do with people you love, make things you know they will like. I really wanted to surprise him with an epic cake… just because… so I came up with this beauty!     Jeremy’s two favorite desserts are red velvet cake and cheesecake. So, why not mash the two together?! Well, I did a good job because he LOVED it. (And, so did I… I mean WOW!) The cake stays super moist from the cheesecake filling swirled all through it. Top it with an epic cream cheese frosting and a garnish of crushed red velvet Oreos and you’re in Heaven!     The Oreo garnish is optional of course, I just like to have a little something on top of all my cakes for a little decoration. They do add a nice textural element as well. Also, I cheated and used a box cake mix for this. Okay, hear me out, I’m lazy. LOL. But, no seriously, when you are in a crunch they are just easy and...
Apple Crumb Coffee Cake Recipe

Apple Crumb Coffee Cake Recipe

Let’s get your mouth watering today!  How about a nice fluffy, crumbly, moistened, sweet, and enjoyable apple crumb coffee cake recipe.  Yes please! Whether you’re wanting a crumbly, sweet breakfast or fluffy, moist lighter dessert, an apple coffee cake is your solution.  I rarely bake with refined sugar and have instead learned to bake with honey, applesauce, bananas, and other naturally sweet ingredients like in my banana muffins.  However, for the crumbly topping on this apple coffee cake recipe, I added some brown sugar… coffee cake always needs a little sugar. I’m a HUGE fan of Bob’s Red Mill whole wheat pastry flour.  It’s the only flour I use.  It creates the most light and fluffy baked goods.  If you have not tried it, the time is now.  You won’t regret it!  I look forward to hearing your feedback on this apple crumble cake recipe. Print Apple Crumb Coffee Cake Recipe Fluffy, crumbly, sweet, and enjoyable...  everything required in an apple crumb coffee cake recipe. Ingredients 1/2 cup unsalted butter softened 1/2 cup light brown sugar 2 large eggs 1/2 cup pure honey 1 tsp vanilla 2 and 1/2 cups whole wheat pastry flour 1 Tablespoon baking powder 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon salt 3/4 cup vanilla or plain Greek yogurt 2 large apples I used Fuji, peeled, cored, and finely chopped Crumb Topping 1/2 cup flour 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 4 Tablespoons cold butter cut into small pieces Instructions Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Prepare 8x8 glass dish by spraying lightly with nonstick cooking spray. Meanwhile in a standing mixer or a large...
Easy Quick Cinnamon Roll Recipe

Easy Quick Cinnamon Roll Recipe

Quick and Easy Cinnamon Rolls, ready in only about 15 minutes!     Is there anything better than hot and fresh cinnamon rolls on a Sunday morning? Or any morning really, or afternoon… or even for dessert! I could eat cinnamon rolls any day of the week, at any time during that week. It’s a special kind of love I have for these cuties. Now, I have made the real deal and I have also made canned cinnamon rolls more times than I could count. Both are fantastic really, you can’t go wrong! Making a cinnamon roll dough recipe from scratch can get pretty involved, and frankly, they take a LONG time to make. They have to rise twice and that’s a lot more waiting than I usually have time for. So, I wanted to come up with a semi-homemade easy cinnamon roll recipe that can be whipped up in a manner of minutes. But, it still has that slightly homemade flair to them that makes them special.     For these quick cinnamon rolls, I used dough that you can buy. Located by all the other doughs like pizza crust, crescent rolls, and even the canned cinnamon rolls is something labeled “crescent roll sheet”. These are relatively new and really come in handy! So, I used one of them and layered all the goodies on top, rolled them up and baked them. Then topped them off with the BEST cream cheese glaze, oh yea!     They are so so yummy and so so easy, you have to try them! Easy Quick Cinnamon Roll Directions: Preheat oven to...
Easy Sour Cream Coffee Cake Recipe

Easy Sour Cream Coffee Cake Recipe

Easy Sour Cream Coffee Cake, is a yummy treat to enjoy throughout the day, no coffee required! This recipe is the best sour cream coffee cake I have ever had, hands down. It is moist, bursting with cinnamon and topped with a killer cream cheese glaze! When I was little I thought coffee cake was made with coffee or you could only eat it at breakfast while having a cup. I know, kids will think the craziest things! (I also thought to wear fake nails or eyelashes you had to first pluck out your own, I know… little weirdo.) I have to be honest, I have never made one before, but I have eaten my fair share and this is by FAR the best I have ever tasted.     I really think the secret to this one is using a lot of sour cream in the batter. Plus, I added a touch of almond extract to give it a little extra oomph and it sure did work, wow! Easy Sour Cream Coffee Cake Directions: Spray a bundt pan liberally with cooking spray, set aside. Mix dry ingredients in a bowl, set aside. Cream together butter and sugar. Add in eggs, vanilla, and almond extracts. Stir to combine, I used a stand mixer for this recipe but feel free to use a hand mixer. Slowly add the dry mixture and little at a time to the bowl, alternating with the sour cream until combined. Scrape the sides as needed. Make the brown sugar filling. Pour 1/3 of the cake batter into the bundt pan and smooth out evenly. Sprinkle...
Easy Soft Gingerbread Cookies Recipe

Easy Soft Gingerbread Cookies Recipe

This gingerbread cookie recipe is one of my favorites because it is so easy to make and they are some of the best gingerbread cookies I’ve ever had! Years ago my sister would make lemon cookies, with a box of lemon cake, cool whip and an egg. Toss them in powdered sugar and bake them. They were sooo soft and delicious! So when I sat down to come up with an easy gingerbread cookie recipe I knew I had to try to mimic my sister’s cookies but still be true to the flavors everyone loves about gingerbread. And so I give you the best gingerbread cookie recipe! Ok, well at least one of the best I’ve ever made and eaten and definitely the most simple! When I was baking them it made the house smell soooo good! I remember when I was in high school, one of home-ec classes I was in was having us make gingerbread houses from scratch. Instead of following the simple directions for a quaint little cottage, I wanted to build a mansion. Oh man, my mom’s kitchen was a disaster, and I honestly don’t remember how the actual gingerbread house turned out. What I do remember was that I wasn’t too excited to eat it and that it was a lot of work. But these cookies are another story. This gingerbread cookie mix comes together so fast and the cookies come out tasting so soft and chewy.  All you do is mix the dry ingredients, then I like to fully incorporate the molasses. After that is mixed up add in the egg and cool...

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