November 13, 2011
One of my favorite things for breakfast is a truly awesome coffee cake. I crave it this time of the year, especially as the weather cools. My recipe for Apricot Almond Coffee Cake (above) was on my blog last year, and it’s so delicate and flavorful (I love the added touch of using Greek Yogurt). I have been eyeing some other recipes to try this season to serve on Thanksgiving and Christmas morning. I hope you’ll enjoy some of these recipes from some of my favorite sites that I look forward to reading on a daily basis.
16 Responses to “Thanksgiving & Christmas Breakfast Recipes: My Favorite Coffee Cakes”
Love coffee cake so much! I'll take one of each of those please!
Barbara @ Barbara Bakes says:
I love coffee cake any time of day. Thanks for including me in this delicious roundup!
These are fantastic. Not sure which to try first
Your apricot almond one with Greek Yogurt looks divine
Cookin' Canuck says:
I completely agree - there is nothing better than a really good coffee cake, especially when enjoyed with a cup of tea or a latte. Great round-up of recipes.
Kelly Senyei says:
What a fun roundup! The first restaurant I ever worked at had THE most amazing coffee cake and I'd snack on a slice every day :)
Coffee cake is the best! Great round up of some fantastic recipes!
Just look at all of those! I'll take one of each please. :)
Rosie @ Sweetapolita says:
Coffee cake--two of my favourite words on earth! Love this round up, Alison! They all look incredible, and I love your apricot-almond spin--I'd sure love to try all of these versions. Thanks for sharing!
[...] homemade coffee cake. There’s a nice collection of five delicious-looking recipes over at this website. I haven’t had a chance to bake any yet, but look forward to trying them [...]
Very nice...except I don't have any in front of me right now. With my coffee. Le sigh. I usually make a blueberry and cream cheese stuffed French toast for Thanksgiving morning since the work is all done the night before but I just LOVE your almond and apricot coffee cake and am putting the ingredients on my shopping list now; it just sounds perfect.
Thanks for including our cake! Great roundup!
There is definitely something about coffeecake and cooler weather, especially around the holidays. Nice roundup!
Feast on the Cheap says:
I'm such a sucker for coffee cakes. Theyre a holiday breakfast tradition in our family and I always associate them with special occasions
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