Decadent Coffee Cakes: Top 20 Coffee Cake Recipes

Warm, from the oven, soft moist cake that melts in the mouth. Sugar powdered crumb top that glazes the tongue and arouses the senses… Nothing beats the sensation of that first bite of a decadent coffee cake…

Settle down with a hot cup of coffee, a warm slice of mouthwatering coffee cake and feel your stress melt away as fast as the baked treat in your mouth.

These incredibly moist, delicious coffee cakes are sure to make an impression. Although scrumptious when eaten alone- they’re even better enjoyed with friends while sharing stories and small talk!

Like always, this cookbook is complete with how many servings each recipe will provide and prep time. The formatting is clean and minimalistic, and it contains a fully active Table Of Contents to make browsing a breeze!

Go ahead and indulge, everyone deserves a little bit of paradise! Scroll up the page and click the buy button to claim your copy of Decadent Coffee Cakes. The price can be changed at any time, so act now to lock in this special low price!

I made a variation on the Up North Blueberry coffee cake and it turned
out great. Very clear instructions and recipes that are easy to try
without having to go out and find all sorts of obscure ingredients. Glad
I got this cookbook!

-TechNut

Bon appétit,
-Lucinda Ruth

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3 Responses to “Decadent Coffee Cakes: Top 20 Coffee Cake Recipes”

  1. <path_to_url> D. Blankenship

    DON’T LET THIS ONE GET BY YOU…TRUST ME! One of the best things I like about my Kindle is the easy access I have to these little cookbooks that are being offered up; many for only .99 cents and other free. At this time this is one of those free ones. Now these books; books with a limited number of recipes cover many areas. Some of these are good, some are not so good and a few…a very few are wretched. On the other hand, a few…a very few, are absolutely great and extremely useful. The book being reviewed here, “Decadent Coffee Cakes” most certainly lands in the later category. Good grief, there is not a bad bite in this one.The author has presented us with twenty different categories of coffee cakes which are actually quite far ranging. These recipes have a few things in common. First, they are all quite easy to make and while they require some small skill in the kitchen, the author has provided extremely explicit and detailed instructions so that even a `beginning’ cook or would be baker can and will get rather stunning results. Second, the ingredients called for in each and every one of these offerings consist of stuff you probably have in your kitchen at this moment if you do any cooking or baking at all. Before I go on though, let me give you a list (with a couple of side notes) of just what this little e-book has to offer:Apple Coffee Cake. (I have made this one and can vouch for it personally).Cinnamon Chocolate Chunk Coffee Cake.Super Moist (Sour Cream) Coffee Cake.Peanut Butter Streusel Strawberry Coffee Cake. (This one does require a mix as one of the ingredients).Fancy Braided Date Coffee Cake (My next project).Delicious Cinnamon Coffee Cake. (This one does require a mix as one of the ingredients).Blueberry Sour Cream Coffee Cake.Melt in Your Mouth Pecan Coffee Cake.Swirling Cinnamon Bunt Coffee Cake.Upside-Down Cranberry Coffee Cake. (Have made this one and can vouch for it)Overnight Coffee Cake.Raspberry Cream Cheese Coffee Cake.Chocolaty Chip Coffee Cake.World’s Best Apple Coffee Cake. (Requires a mix as one of the ingredients).Rhubarb and Almond Coffee Cake.Up North Blueberry Coffee Cake.Apricot Almond Coffee Cake.Goodness Gracious, Ginger-Pear Coffee Cake. (This is the one cake in the line-up here that will require some work and take just a bit of skill to pull off).Walnut Pear Coffee Cake.Raisin Buttermilk Coffee Cake.Now there are a couple of things to note here. First, all of these recipes require a goodly amount of sugar…hey, that is the nature of cakes! I am a diabetic and I most certainly DO NOT recommend these wonderful cakes for those of us who have this condition. I myself do not eat great amounts of these goodies…I to taste them though. I am one of those folks who strongly feel I should not place my dietary requirements on others…I cook for their enjoyment. I note that the “Food Police” want to ban and place heavy taxes on sugar and all products made from it. (Shakes head).When I note that a “mix” is required I am referring to things like Yellow Cake Mixes and such. I know that a lot of people like to cook completely from scratch but you not these recipes call for few. I personally have no problem with using a mix as part of the cake…as long as it is simply a part.Anyway folks, if you like good eats of this nature then down-load a copy of this one. I promise you that you will not be sorry! Before summer hits I plan to try each and everyone of these things…just to see if I can pull it off. I have been doing all of our cooking now for sometime and baking is not one of my strong areas…I appreciate a book like this.Don BlankenshipThe Ozarks

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  2. <path_to_url> Kate

    My Daughter In Law Needs This Book When I get a recipe book, I try them all out (sad I know). I bake for our local community cooking school so I always need new ideas and recipes.I have tried nine (9) of these recipes so far and they work, they work well. The author obviously knows about baking.Cleary laid out, easy to understand and follow. I Will be giving this one to my daughter in law, because even she would be able to produce a great looking and tasting coffee cake from these recipes. Nice job.

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  3. <path_to_url> Marg Ruttan "Marg Ruttan"

    What a Wonderful Coffee Cake Cookbook While I don’t drink much coffee, I do love coffee cakes so I was happy to find this cookbook with so many interesting coffee cake recipes. I have made the Apple Coffee Cake and it is delicious. I will certainly be trying more of these recipes as time goes on. While coffee cakes take a bit longer to bake than other cakes, they are well worth the wait. Do yourself a favor and get a copy of this great little cookbook today!Marg RuttanInternational Best Selling Cookbook Author

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