Looking for an easy breakfast cake? Try this Best Ever Coffee Cake. It’s a yellow cake base with a cinnamon sugar nut streusel. Remember the buttery glaze for the top!
Love from-scratch coffee cakes? Try our Potica coffee cakes, sour cream coffee cakes and buttermilk coffee cake.
My mother-in-law gave me the recipe for this cake years ago. She made it on one of our family vacations and it has been a favorite of mine ever since!
Not usually, no, although there may be some that you’ll find coffee in. Coffee cakes are cakes that are great for breakfast alongside a cup of coffee. Or tea…or even hot chocolate.
Cake mixes can be a great easy way to make a cake. So how do you switch up the ingredients just a bit to give box mixes a better flavor? Each cake mix may call for different ingredient amounts but in general you can often add an extra egg, switch out the oil for butter and switch out the water for some milk. All three of these options add flavor to a cake mix.
For this recipe, disregard what is on the back of the cake mix box and add a box of pudding (just dry…don’t make the pudding!), eggs, oil, water, vanilla and butter extract. The recipe has just a hint of butter extract but it really deepens the flavor of the cake. Don’t skip it!
Mix up the streusel and sprinkle half of the streusel on the bottom of the baking pan. Then pour in the cake batter. Top the cake batter with the remaining sugar streusel. For this streusel we use granulated sugar but you can use a mix of brown sugar and white sugar if you’d like.
Powdered sugar glaze is one of the easiest ways to add a touch of flavor and a pretty look to baked goods. This glaze is simply powdered sugar, milk and butter extract. Use a whisk to mix up the glaze and then drizzle it on the cooled cake.
This cake is amazing!! I’m 48 years old and either grew up eating this exact cake or something very similar. My mom made it for years but hers had walnuts instead of pecans. The cake was in an old recipe book from a neighborhood church with a collection of cakes and other recipes. They called it Supreme Coffee Cake. Sadly, my sister-in-law tossed out the recipe book. My mom and I have been searching for this recipe now for years. Thank you so much for posting your cake recipe!! I was so excited to try it that sadly I couldn’t… Read more »
Can I( omit the 1/8 tsp butter extract?