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Pretty Cranberry Coffee Cake

Pretty Cranberry Coffee Cake

Pretty Cranberry Coffee Cake

"This is one of the prettiest coffee cakes I've ever seen, and also one of the best I've ever tasted," comments Darlene Brenden of Salem, Oregon.

Nut Roll Coffee Cake

Nut Roll Coffee Cake

Nut Roll Coffee Cake

This walnut-swirled coffee cake is a great taste to wake up to, says Patricia Mele of Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania. As a finishing touch, drizzle with glaze or add a dusting of confectioners' sugar.

Dutch Letters

Dutch Letters

Dutch Letters

These "S"-shaped super flaky butter pastries filled with almond paste and topped with crunchy sugar are popular in both Iowa and Holland during the Christmas season. Here's a recipe that will let you make and enjoy them all year round. —Shirley De Lange, Byron Center, Michigan
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Sausage-Apple Breakfast Bread

Sausage-Apple Breakfast Bread

Sausage-Apple Breakfast Bread

To make breakfast a little more satisfying, I added sausage to a sweet quick bread. Serve this bread warm, nestled next to your favorite scrambled eggs. —Anita Hunter, Stilwell, Kansas

Maple Twist Coffee Cake

Maple Twist Coffee Cake

Maple Twist Coffee Cake

If you like maple flavor, you will love this recipe. It is so pretty with all the twists and is always a hit at bake sales I have brought it too.—Deanna Richter, Elmore, Minnesota

German Apple Cake with Sweet Drizzle

German Apple Cake with Sweet Drizzle

German Apple Cake with Sweet Drizzle

Tender apple slices and a simple confectioner's-sugar drizzle make this old-world treat yummy and comforting. It's especially good served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.—Tracey Rosato, Markham, Ontario

Apricot Coconut Coffee Cake

Apricot Coconut Coffee Cake

Apricot Coconut Coffee Cake

One of the senior members of our church brought this fruity treat to a Saturday morning wedding shower, and it was a big hit. I've made it several times since then and often get requests for the recipe. -Rita Hatfield, Cisco, Illinois

Pineapple Cheese Braid

Pineapple Cheese Braid

Pineapple Cheese Braid

Folks are always pleasantly surprised by this bread's pineapple filling. When in a hurry, I'll use canned pie filling.—Shirley Kensinger, Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania

Glazed Chocolate Chip Coffee Ring

Glazed Chocolate Chip Coffee Ring

Glazed Chocolate Chip Coffee Ring

Anne Betts of Kalamazoo, Michigan says her husband often requests this moist rich cake. "It's great with a cup of coffee," she suggests.

Coffee Cake with Raspberry Filling

Coffee Cake with Raspberry Filling

Coffee Cake with Raspberry Filling

This pretty coffee cake, swirled with a fresh raspberry filling, is tender and moist with a crunchy crumb topping. “You could use cherries, blackberries or blueberries instead of raspberries,” Mary Ross notes from Washburn, Wisconsin.



Apricot Braids

Apricot Braids

Apricot Braids

"These lovely yeast braids are light and tender and have a delightful apricot filling," writes Paula Wipf from Arlington, Virginia. "They're very popular with family and friends."

Candy Cane Coffee Cake

Candy Cane Coffee Cake

Candy Cane Coffee Cake

Dotted with dried apricots and maraschino cherries, this tender coffee cake has a festive flavor and look. I love to serve it at Christmastime for my family, fellow teachers and students. It makes a welcome holiday gift, too. -Linda Hollingsworth, Quitman, Mississippi

Kate Smith Coffee Cake

Kate Smith Coffee Cake

Kate Smith Coffee Cake

I lived in an orphanage 50 years ago and helped out in the kitchen, Back then, I often made this wonderful coffee cake, dutifully following the recipe in the cookbook they used in that kitchen. Years later, when I saw Kate Smith on television, I realized that I had been using her cookbook to make this coffee cake. I was delighted to know I had been using one of Kate's favorite recipes!

Bubble Bread Wreath

Bubble Bread Wreath

Bubble Bread Wreath

"Every year, I bake about 20 of these yeasty wreaths to give as gifts to seniors in our area," notes Sylvia Petker from her Port Rowan, Ontario home. "I also make more for our family Christmas brunch. It's a cinch to serve since the bread pulls apart easily."
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