The Country Kitchen: Walnut Pear Coffee Cake

This recipe was submitted by C.W. of Greenwood, who says, “There aren’t too many pear recipes around, but I’ve had this one for years. It’s a moist coffee cake that goes great with a cup of coffee for breakfast, but also makes a delicious snack or dessert. When I bring it to work, it disappears in minutes! Use a springform pan for this coffee cake.”

Walnut Pear Coffee Cake

Ingredients

12 Servings
1 cup chopped walnuts
1/3 cup packed brown sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/3 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 cup cold butter
FILLING:
2 medium ripe pears, peeled and sliced

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Best Apple Coffee Cake Recipe

apple coffee cake

Makinze Gore

Apples work wonders in this easy coffee cake. They add extra sweetness as well as making the cake extra moist and tender. We love it with granny smith and honeycrisp apples, but your favortie baking apple will do the trick!  The streusel topping adds that crunchy texture and makes this cake extremely addicting. It’s only made better by serving it with a hot cup of coffee and a good friend.

Have you made this yet? Let us know how it went in the comments below!

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Yields:

12

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What’s the Green Curry Cake that’s trending via Masterchef Australia

MasterChef Australia, a competitive cooking show that can make or break your career as a professional chef, is now at its Season 13. Over the years, we have seen many chefs from various backgrounds showcase their culinary chops on the show. Now we have another dish that’s winning the internet — Green Curry Cake by Chef Depinder Chhibber. 

Green Cake Curry

Yes, on Episode 26 of Season 13 on MasterChef Australia, another chef represented India through her oddly sounding dessert. While we’d pass on it at first as no one would want curry and cake to exist in the same sentence, the trinity

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Parchment paper shaves calories and fat from coffee cake recipe

We’ve got a new spin on a favorite dessert. Today’s banana upside-down coffee cake was inspired by the classic pineapple upside-down cake.

Most of the nutritional enhancements we make to recipes involve substituting ingredients, but today’s big recipe improvement comes from a paper product that you likely store with your foil and plastic wrap.

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Enter parchment paper.

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Ravneet Gill’s recipe for coffee, cardamom, almond and mascarpone cake | Baking

I’m a big fan of coffee-flavoured anything: ice-cream, cake, actual coffee – just give it to me. But when it comes to ordering a slice of coffee cake, nine times out of 10 I find it to be dry and cardboard-like. So I set about testing a few versions, and found that the oil-based versions were best. Honey & Co in London sells one of the best I’ve had: it’s a Turkish coffee cake with cardamom and walnut, so I’ve taken my memory of that cake to form the base flavours for this one.

Coffee, cardamom, almond and

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Try your hand making this mocha custard sandwich and a coffee fruit cake

Add these two scrumptious coffee recipes from a kitchen in the 1930s to your baking repertoire this spring.

Coffee has always been a hit in baking recipes, especially these from Aunt Kate’s 1933 Baking Book.

Last September we featured three recipes including a coffee loaf, nut squares and a cream roll from Aunt Kate which use coffee in them as an ingredient.

If you enjoyed those, then the coffee fruit cake and the mocha custard sandwich recipes below are likely to take your fancy as well.

For more recipes from Aunt Kate, take a look at the series so far

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