The options are limitless and the recipes go beyond number. So why should you settle for the same ol' thing? Why not try something new?
Don't let that word scare you. This is about bringing something new to your friends and family, a different taste for the day. By using coffee cake recipes, you can offer something other than the usual slice of your grandmother's cake. And this is a good thing.
With so many coffee cake recipes available, though, you might find it hard to choose the right one for your event. What kind of cake will really set the mood and leave your guests content? The choices can be overwhelming as they seem to include everything. Do not let this worry you too much, however.
You just need to answer one question: what kind of cake do I want? Do you want a tart treat, full of rhubarbs? Or do you want something luscious and chocolate flavored? Or do you want to serve up an old-fashioned cherry cake?
Decide what best suits your event and guests. Your coffee cake will be delicious, no matter what the ingredients, but you need to make sure you have chosen something that all can enjoy. Think about who is coming to visit and their preferences. That just makes narrowing down a coffee cake recipe easier. And, since there are so many, an easier selection is always welcomed!
Using coffee cake recipes is just good sense. Why not sample other treats than your usual standards?
Why not try something unique for an event? Why not see what other grandmother's have passed down to be enjoyed?
We couldn't think of a reason against it either.
And that is why we offer this collection of coffee cake suggestions. Learn about some of the delicious treats you can create, and see what makes them so popular. Of course, we only offer a small fraction of what is available for you but, hopefully, these articles will spark ideas for your next party.
Here’s a sample to get you started:
1 (18 1/4 ounce) box moist yellow cake mix
Grease a 9 x 13 pan and preheat oven to 350°. In a large bowl mix cake mix, eggs, instant butterscotch pudding, instant vanilla pudding, vegetable oil and water. In a separate bowl mix chopped pecans, brown sugar, cinnamon and sugar. Pour half of the cake batter into the pan then sprinkle half of nut mixture on top of that. Then pour the next half of cake batter into pan. Then sprinkle the rest of the nut mixture on top. Place in the oven and bake for 40-60 minutes depending on your oven.
Give your friends and family something to smile about (and, of course, enjoy while eating) by trying coffee cake recipes. Add a bit of change into your standard cake and see what happens! We know you will love the results, and so will your guests. It's a treat to eat.
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