Cake for Breakfast? Now we’re Talkin’!
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Coffee cake is a sweet tooth’s best friend, because it can literally be eaten at any time of day. Whether you serve it at breakfast with a side of fluffy eggs, or with afternoon coffee/tea, this recipe, is sure to please. Keep this cake covered, as to keep it moist. It can even be refrigerated, to preserve it longer… but instinct tells me, you may not have that problem after tasting it!
When making the topping, I suggest you add the flour gradually. Depending on where you live you may need less or more flour to make a nice, moist crumb topping. Or maybe you like it a bit more on the dry side, I know that’s how I prefer my coffee cake topping! That’s why I always make sure I use enough flour.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Go Go Go Gourmet
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