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Preheat the oven to 350F. Prepare an 8" square pan with a parchment sling or reusable silicone liner, then lightly grease the sides of the pan. Alternatively, line a 9" cake pan with a round piece of parchment or round reusable liner and lightly grease the sides.
To make the cake: In a large bowl or bowl of a stand mixer, combine the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, and baking soda. Add the butter and mix at low speed using an electric hand mixer or the flat beater attachment of a stand mixer until the mixture looks sandy, about 1 to 2 minutes. (This mixing method is called reverse creaming and is also known as the paste method.)
To assemble and bake the coffee cake: Transfer half the batter (about 1 1/2 cups, 420g) into the prepared pan, spreading it all the way to the edges. (A small offset spatula is a helpful tool here.)
Bake the cake for about 45 to 50 minutes, until it's set in the middle and light brown. (Check for doneness after 45 minutes and add additional time only as needed to avoid overbaking the coffee cake.) When it's done, a toothpick or paring knife inserted into the center should come out with a few moist crumbs clinging to it.
Remove the cake from the pan using the overhanging edges of parchment as handles to gently lift it out. (If you used a silicone liner or parchment round, run a nylon spreader or dull knife around the edges of the pan to loosen the cake and then gently tip it out.) Place the cake, still on the parchment if a sling was used, on a wire rack to cool slightly.
A traditional recipe and great ingredients are just two reasons why this coffee cake is a customer favorite. Give the gift of a tasty, no-fuss breakfast or brunch with this sweetly spiced cake, double layered with buttery walnuts and cinnamon. It's perfect for any morning you want to make breakfast or brunch special. Serves 12-14.
Y'all get your fixins! Melba has just made her famous coffee cake and instead of giving it to you as a cake knowing how much you love pure cane sugar sodas she gave it to you in the form of a soda. Only Melba can create such a concoction. A truly out of this world experience.
Defrosting/Handling TipsWhole Cakes: Best when defrosted overnight in the box at room temperature. Once cake is defrosted place back in cooler. Best when served at room temperature, it brings out the buttery flavor. Also great when served slightlywarmed in the microwave.
People are spending time reconnecting with the things that they are passionate about, whether it is yoga, reading, making music, or painting to name a few. I have rediscovered my love for baking. It is so easy to pick up a pastry from a local coffee shop (or even a local bakery if you have one) and take it to-go since life is usually so busy.
We have been sheltering in place in California since mid-March and I have been baking like crazy. Multiple loaves of banana bread, batches of cookies, granola bars, and even lemon bars. However, the one thing that I have not made, is my favorite pastry, coffee cake. I missed National Coffee Cake Day (April 7th) this year, but it is never to late to make a Coffee Cake! When I brought this up to my partner, he recommended I make Tea Cake as well since he loved Tea Cakes. I wanted to know what exactly was a Tea Cake and how does one go about making a Tea Cake? Before we go into the essentials, it is important to know the main differences between a Coffee Cake and a Tea Cake.
Coffee Cake is a cake or sweet bread that is usually made with coffee and intended to be served with coffee. Coffee Cake often includes nuts and dried fruit, as well as a butter icing for added sweetness. Coffee Cake became popularized in mainland Europe.
Cakes and sweet breads were popular in European countries, and the idea of pairing them with a beverage was enticing. When coffee was introduced to Europe in the 17th century, the sweet breads and coffee became a popular match. While the history of Coffee Cake is credited to Vienna, Germany is often seen as the country that refined the treat and paved the path for what we know as Coffee Cake today.
In Germany, the cake goes by kaffee kuchen, which directly translates to Coffee Cake. This is because in German culture, kaffee und kuchen (coffee and cake) became a popular ritual that we are all too familiar with now. People meet around 3pm to enjoy a coffee and a cake or other pastry with their friends, coworkers, family, business partners, etc. Kaffee und kuchen can be enjoyed at a local shop where the cakes are baked daily, or the comfort of your own home where you have the chance to make your own treat.
Traditional Coffee Cake in Europe is usually made with yeast, flour, and dried fruits. In America, the cake is also made with cinnamon and sweet spices. When pasteurization was introduced, ingredients such as sour cream, yogurt, cheese, or sugared fruit could be added to make a denser, and more moist cake. 041b061a72