Pumpkin Spice Coffee Cake – A Recipe Review

Pumpkin Spice Coffee Cake

Pumpkin Spice Coffee Cake

Pumpkin Spice Coffee Cake might just be the recipe you need to start your Thanksgiving morning off the right way.  Make it the night before, & the next morning you can serve this up with a pot of coffee & still be preparing the turkey & fixings.  Now if you’re my Dad, you’d put a generous slice of this on a plate, top it with a pat of butter, & heat it up in the microwave for a few seconds & you’re all set.  I think his motto is “everything is better with butter”…which it sort of is!

For this delicious recipe, please visit Joyful Healthy Eats with a Side of Sweet.  I was looking for a quick coffee cake recipe for an impromptu visit with my BFF, Pati.  One look at the scrumptious pictures of this cake, & I knew I was on to something good.  A little more investigating into this recipe & I was pleased to see that I had all of the ingredients on hand, & the preparation looked simple.  This took no time at all to whip up.  One of the the biggest time savers here is that the topping does not have to be prepared separately.  Instead, you mix up some of the dry ingredients & the oil, then set some aside to be used as the topping along with the nuts & cinnamon!  The rest of the dry ingredients are mixed with milk, egg, baking powder, baking soda & pumpkin puree.   Easy peasy, moist, delicious, with just the right amount of pumpkin & spice.  Yes, this one is a winner & a definite keeper!

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