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German Coffee Cake

Imagine how good your house will smell after you bake this cinnamony German Coffee Cake. You'll devour this light and delicious cake day and night.

Blitzkuchen (German Coffee Cake)  "Kuchen is the German work for cake. Blitz means lightning, as in Lighting Fast. So what we have here is a delicious coffee cake you can make in a flash (or 30 to 40 minutes to be more precise)."

Blitzkuchen (German Coffee Cake) "Kuchen is the German work for cake. Blitz means lightning, as in Lighting Fast. So what we have here is a delicious coffee cake you can make in a flash (or 30 to 40 minutes to be more precise).

Found in Mom's recipe notebook. I remember this one being a keeper!!  Hope you like it too!

German Streusel Coffee Cake 1953

Found in mom's recipe notebook. I remember this one being a keeper! Hope you like it too.

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German Coffee Cake Recipe

This recipe for German Coffee Cake has been popular in my family for as long as I can remember. It was always baked on weekends when people were in town for a visit. German coffee cake is a great c…

German Coffee Cake

German Coffee Cake

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German Coffee Cake

German Coffee Cake

German Coffee Cake recipe: This is the coffee cake recipe that my Mom always made for company and served after Breakfast with Coffee.

German Coffee Cake filled with almonds and raisins and topped with brown sugar and cinnamon. http://www.quick-german-recipes.com/german-coffee-cake-recipe.html

German Coffee Cake Recipe made Just like Oma ✔️ ❤️

This German coffee cake recipe is a delicious way to learn how to make coffee cake. With nuts and cinnamon, it's fun to make with the kids. They just love to lick the bowl!

When I came across the recipe in one of my mother's old cookbooks, I was completely drawn in. First of all, anything found in a tattered, dusty cookbook immediately makes me feel like I tapped a goldmine. Second was the German aspect of it. See, my mother spent much of her youth/adolescence in Europe. So again, there was a connection.

German Peach Coffee Cake

When I came across the recipe in one of my mother's old cookbooks, I was completely drawn in. First of all, anything found in a tattered, dusty cookbook immediately makes me feel like I tapped a goldmine. Second was the German aspect of it. See, my mother spent much of her youth/adolescence in Europe. So again, there was a connection.

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