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The other day I sat back and thought of the reasons I love Fall, and not just because it’s a heat index of 110° down south!
One of them was pumpkin flavors. I love it in my coffee and especially in my desserts. I thought, why not make a pumpkin treat today? So I picked up a can of pumpkin and the rest of the ingredients for this amazing looking Pumpkin Cheese Coffee Cake.The moment I smelled it baking I knew I’d made a smart decision. I’m not one to limit my food choices to the season. I like to live it up on a whim! Join me in trying this amazing coffee cake that has the perfect balance of cream cheese topping cut through the batter and baked right in, delish!
When it comes to fall desserts you can never have too many. I love pumpkin pie but I find that dessert to get boring and repetitive, especially during the Thanksgiving season. So, coming across recipes like this pumpkin cream cheese coffee cake is pretty awesome!
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Quick Tip: Get this ready the night before then all you have to do is bake it in the morning for a fresh and warm delight.