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Embrace the fall season with a freshly baked pumpkin spice coffee cake.
You can always tell fall is on the horizon when you come ’round my mother’s house. You can smell the pumpkin desserts baking away before you even get through the door. My mother has a real knack for baking and one of the best things she makes is her world-famous pumpkin spice coffee cake. I love sitting down to eat this cake with good ‘ol mom.
There’s something sweet about drinking coffee and eating baked goods with the ones you love. I cherish the moments that I get to do just that with my mother.
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Quick Tip: This is the perfect baked good to take to a ladies breakfast meeting or bake sale.