Lazy J Bar C

Lazy J Bar C

Friday, September 30, 2011

Cinnamon Coffee Cake

My blogging friend MamaTea over at A Farmish Kind Of Life posted a recipe for Amish Cinnamon Flop Bread a few days ago. You can find her post here: Cinnamon Not-A-Flop. It sounded so easy and yummy that I just HAD to give it a try! Thanks MamaTea!! :)

When I made this, I used my Baking Mix and added some chopped pecans. I also only made half a recipe, good thing because Jerry and his mom couldn't stop eating it! Jerry's mom actually thought it should be called "Pick Cake" because every time she walked past it, she kept picking at it! LOL!! I decided it should be called Cinnamon Coffee Cake.

To see all the recipes using my Baking Mix, just click on the Baking Mix label at the end of this post. The recipes range from biscuits to cookies to muffins to beer breads!

1 cup Baking Mix
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup milk
1 tablespoon melted butter

Brown sugar
1/4 cup chopped pecans
2 tablespoons butter cut into chunks

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Generously grease a 9-inch cake pan. Combine all cake ingredients and mix well. Spread batter in prepared pan.

Sprinkle top with a little flour, then brown sugar, then cinnamon and then the chopped pecans. Pat the topping into the dough lightly with your fingers. Don't be stingy with the cinnamon, it really makes the cake extra good and besides, it's good for you! Push the chunks of butter randomly into the dough.

Bake for 30 minutes. Serve warm.

Enjoy with a nice cup of coffee. Repeat as necessary! ;)

Linking to the Farmgirl Friday Blog Hop over at Deborah Jean's Dandelion House!


MamaTea said...

I'm not sure what's more awesome - the fact that you put nuts on top of your version, or the coffee cup you're using in that picture!!!Looks fabulous, my dear!

Candy C. said...

I was wondering when someone was going to notice my "Farmgirl" coffee cup!! LOL!! It's been in quite a few of my pictures! ;)

Susan said...

Pure green envy kept me from mentioning that coffee cup...that looks wonderful.

Candy C. said...

I found that cup last winter at Boot Barn. They had some that said Cowgirl too but I'm a Farmgirl through and through! :)

Anonymous said...

Repeat as :)

Candy C. said...

Mooberry Farmwife,
Weelll...I know I had two pieces! :)

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

Oh my this looks good!

Candy C. said...

Thanks Kathy! :)

larkspur funny farm said...

Yummy = I am going to have to try this one.... Thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

Oh, that looks so good!


Heidi said...

I just got home, but I had to check the Farmgirl Hop and I am so glad I did. I know what I am doing for dessert for the next few days. THANK YOU! Have a great weekend.

Candy C. said...

Grace, Teresa and Heidi,
Thanks ladies, hope you get to try the recipe! :)

Kristina said...

You always have something good cooking. Yum!

Candy C. said...

You too Kristina! Hope you post pictures of your pumpkin pie! :)

nancypo said...

Looks good! I'd squash in some raisens too! I LOVE the baking mix, great now that I'm back to work full time...

Candy C. said...

Glad you are enjoying the baking mix!
Raisins would be good....hmmm! ;)

Deborah Jean at Dandelion House said...

Oh that looks yummy! Thanks for sharing it on this weeks hop! Hey, where did you get your farmgirl coffee cup? Gotta have one of those!!!

Candy C. said...

Thank YOU for hosting the hop every week, I so enjoy everyone's posts! I found the coffee cup last winter at our local Boot Barn but you can get one online. Google "Boot Barn Farmgirl Coffee Mug" to find it.

Teresa said...

WOW that looks YUMMY! gonna have to try that one. Thanks for sharing!

Candy C. said...

You are very welcome! :)

Connie said...

this looks incredible!! wish I had some with my coffee right now!

Candy C. said...

Hope you get a chance to try it, so easy and so good! :)