Enjoy a slice of Dutch Apple Coffee Cake with your coffee or tea, as a mid-morning break or a wonderful irresistible bite after a wonderful Fall meal.
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This Dutch Apple Coffee Cake is one of my favorite Fall cakes to make. It’s easy, reminds me easily of Fall, and goes great with my morning coffee.
When I was planning my recipes for Apple Week, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to make at all. Our sponsors were all so generous and I wanted to be sure and use sponsor products as frequently as I could.
Now this dish is HUGE. It hold’s SO much food. We have used it for several dinners, it works great for any meal we tried. But I was excited to use it for This Dutch Apple Coffee cake and see how it did.
First thing was first, I had to double the recipe to ensure that it fit. But I’m SO glad I did. It baked up beautifully, was super moist, soft and full of apple and cinnamon flavor.
Second, I had to decide whether I wanted to cover the cake with the casserole lid or not. In the long run, I decided to, since that was the point of using the dish. It was perfect!
I tried to remember where we got the recipe for this Dutch Apple Coffee Cake. It’s been in a box my grandmother gave me, but written in my mother’s handwriting.
A lot of my mother’s recipes came from those school/church cookbooks that were popular back in the 70’s and 80’s. Sure enough, I found the original recipe in a cookbook I still have from elementary school.
Over the years I have tweaked it a bit, but it’s still the same delicious apple flavor, same great spiced goodness and just a great way to enjoy a Fall dessert.
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This Dutch Apple Coffee Cake is just the start.
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