Start your morning off right with a slice of our delicious Chocolate Mocha Coffee Cake. A rich mocha flavored cake made from scratch everyday with fresh eggs, creamy sour cream, French coffee, and handfuls of high quality chocolate chips. Treat yourself to something really special, try it today!
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That’s what type of response we get from kids who try our Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake. Let’s face it, kids love chocolate chips. We love chocolate chips. And apparently, more than 7 billion chocolate chips are eaten annually! So there it is, open and shut case. Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake, We love You.
Has there been a more beautiful Marble Cake? This Marble Coffee Cake is as delicious as it appears and how can it not be? We combined our chocolate and vanilla cake batters into one delicious coffee cake. Made from scratch everyday using fresh eggs, creamy sour cream, Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla, and a generous amount of high quality chocolate chips on top. This coffee cake is best of both worlds.
A Coffee Cake with cinnamon streusel is as original as it gets when it comes to coffee cakes. Our Cinnamon Coffee Cake is the flavor that started our successful coffee cake line. Here is a look at the Cinnamon Coffee Cake
There’s no better way to explain our Apple Cinnamon Coffee Cake then mmmm, mmmm good. The Apple Cinnamon Coffee Cake has a rich coffee cake batter made from scratch everyday using fresh eggs, creamy sour cream, and Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla. Then we add fresh apple cinnamon filling inside. Topped with cinnamon streusel and includes sweet white icing.
Make it an extra happy 4th of July with the Apple Cinnamon Coffee Cake
We’d have to vote for Pecan Coffee Cake. There’s something about Pecan Coffee Cake that makes it a real crowd pleaser. A rich, delicious coffee cake filled and topped with cinnamon pecan streusel! With that sweet white icing to top it all off. Try it today, you will love it ans agree…Pecan Coffee Cake over Pecan Pie. Vists the site at http://fantasicakes.com
Some more information about the Pecan:
A pecan, like the fruit of all other members of the hickory genus, is not truly a nut, but is technically a drupe, a fruit with a single stone or pit, surrounded by a husk. The husks are produced from the exocarp tissue of the flower, while the part known as the nut develops from the endocarp and contains the seed. The nut itself is dark brown, oval to oblong, and broad. The outer husk is thick, starts out green and turns brown at maturity, at which time it splits off in four sections to release the thin-shelled nut.
The nuts of the pecan are edible, with a rich, buttery flavor. They can be eaten fresh or used in cooking, particularly in sweet desserts, but also in some savory dishes. One of the most common desserts with the pecan as a central ingredient is the pecan pie, a traditional southern U.S. recipe. Pecans are also a major ingredient in praline candy, most often associated with New Orleans.