Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Cranberry Coffee Cake

The November Challenge from Kathleen is to feature our Bundt pans in our posts.  For me, that means coffee cake and since it's November, I'm making my cousin's delicious Cranberry Coffee Cake.
We first experienced this delicious moist cake at one of our Apple Butter making weekends.  My cousin brought this to share for Saturday breakfast.  She graciously shared the recipe and I'm including it below.
I think we received this Bundt pan at our wedding shower over 26 years ago.  It gets used infrequently but I do make this recipe every fall.


I actually turned the coffee cake out on a pretty cake stand to get a photo before cutting.  Wonderful Hubby wanted to take a (rather large) slice of it to work before I had a chance to get the picture.  It still looks pretty tasty, though!


Diane's Cranberry Coffee Cake

Mix together and set aside:
  2 cups flour
  1 tsp. baking soda
  1 tsp. baking powder
  1/2 tsp. salt

  2 eggs
  1 stick of butter
  1 cup sugar
  1 tsp. almond extract
  1 cup sour cream
  1 8 oz. can whole cranberry sauce
  1/2 cup chopped nuts

Cream butter and sugar.  Add eggs.  Add flour mixture alternately with sour cream.  Add almond extract.  Put 1/2 batter into greased and floured round Bundt pan.  Spoon1/2 of the cranberry sauce.  Repeat with remaining batter and cranberry sauce.  Swirl.  Sprinkle with nuts.  Bake at 350 degrees F. for 50 minutes.  When cool, drizzle with the following topping.
  1 cup powdered sugar
  1/2 tsp. almond extract
  2 Tblsp. water

*This cake freezes well.


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22 comments:

My Garden Diaries said...

Oh my good heavens !!! I will be pinning this one for sure!! Thank you for sharing as I know how special family recipes are!! Beautiful warm home friend!!! Nicole xo

Creations By Cindy said...

Ooh, this looks so good! Think I might just have to make this! Thanks for sharing. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Alycia Nichols said...

No kidding it looks wonderful! Moist, too! I think you and I have the same Bundt pan. Mine is about 1000 years old. I think I got it when I was in my early 20s or so. It still turns out great cakes every time!

Thanks for stopping by earlier! Hey...You gave me a great idea!!! I'll wear a cupcake on my head next time I have to scold my granddaughter!!!!!!

Have a beautiful Wednesday!

Ruth W said...

Nice to meet you and thanks for visiting! That cake looks absolutely delicious! Thanks for the recipe...looks perfect for Thanksgiving dinner! Love your transferware teacup...looks like a cozy place for a cuppa! Thanks so much for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
Ruth

Lulu said...

Many of us have that old bundt pan and it is something not to be replaced. I like very much your presentation.

Mary said...

I wish I had a slice of your delcious cranberry coffee cake this morning! It looks wonderful :)

thepaintedapron.com said...

What a wonderful holiday cake recipe, thank you! The addition of cranberries makes it so festive, and of course your setting is so inviting
Jenna

bj said...

Wonderful recipe...would be perfect for C'mas eve night....thanks so much

Marigene said...

What a lovely dessert tray...the cake looks delicious. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
Have a great week.

Kathleen said...

That looks delicious! You have set a very inviting tray, looks so cozy! Thanks for taking the challenge!

FABBY'S LIVING said...

What a great cake, I want one! Thanks for sharing, I will pin it to make...very soon! I specially love family recipes. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for your sweet visit dear friend.
FABBY

Bev Carter said...

This looks so yummy. I am pinning this.
Bev

Tuula @ Thrifty Rebel said...

That looks absolutely delicious! Perfect recipe for the upcoming season.

Jann Olson said...

This cake does look so moist and yummy! I have a bundt pan, but never think to make one. We are not big cake people, but I can't wait to try this! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

The cake looks and sounds delicious. I have that pan too! I'll have to copy the recipe since it sounds like a good one!

tablescapesbybev.com said...

Love the way you used the pan in your vignette and that cake looks great.

Parsimonious Perfection said...

Your cake looks delish and your home so warm and inviting! Great post!

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

Thank you for your visit and sweet comment! I'm finally getting around to visiting all you bundt ladies, and now I want to make every single bundt cake! You can't beat a bundt cake, and it makes a great centerpiece too. Debbie xo

Winnie said...

This cake looks and sounds wonderful!
I've never tried with cranberry sauce. I think we do have it here and I'm planning to make this cake.
Thank you so much for sharing

Denise said...

Oh my gosh, that looks delish! I'm gonna be trying this recipe for sure.. I've been looking for my Mom's recipe for cranberry bread. I can't get the fresh cranberries she used in her recipe to do like hers did. They had a crust of sugar on them and didn't sink to the bottom. Also, she must have used some orange rind because it had a distinct flavor of orange mixed in there. If I ever run across that recipe... lol.

The Charm of Home said...

This looks delicious!! Thank you for sharing!

Kristin_Texas said...

Delicious! Your post is making me wish that either fall or winter weather would arrive and actually stick around.

Great photos too, by the way.