Ready in 40 minutes
For the past couple of days, I have been dreaming of Entenmann's coffee cakes. I don't know, I just miss them. So I thought I would have a look for a "similar recipe". Yippee - I found one and can not wait to try it out. For those of you who can pick up a genuine Entenmann's and have any knack at matching recipes, please give this a go - I really want to give my kids a taste of home...
Oven Temp: 400F / 200C / Gas Mark 7
1. Mix together the flour, sugar, salt and baking powder. Add in the oil.
2. Divide this mixture - one half slightly larger than the other - into 2 bowls.
3. In the smaller portion add the eggs, milk and vanilla extract. Mix well until free of lumps ( mixture will be thin ). Pour into greased 9 x 13-inch pan.
3. In the larger portion add the butter, cinnamon & nuts. Mix with hands, making crumbs, leaving some large crumbs. Spoon evenly on top of the batter.
4. Bake for 25-30 minutes till browned. Cool and sprinkle with powdered sugar.
hotstuffnthekitchen 1y agoIt is very yummy and delicious. Thank you!
Glennrz1 2y agoTasted Great, but cake was 2/3's Crumble and only 1 /3 cake. Next time I would reverse the proportions and add the butter, cinnamon and nuts to the smaller bowl.
ohanaof5 2y agoBaked for 10 mns at 350°F before adding crumb mixture as others have suggested. Total bake time 40 mns.
jinkxthewolf 2y agoI loved this cake! I didn't bake it quite long enough in the beginning, it was extremely gooey and I should've done it longer before putting on the topping, but it all worked out.
tessElwell123 2y agoIt didnt taste like a coffee cake.... I wouldnt make it again... :-(
jlsmith 2y ago
ttoolen 2y agoI took the advice of others and cooked the bottom layer for 10 min and then added the crumb topping. I also only need 1 stick of butter for the crumb and added about 3 tbl of brown sugar. I cooked it at a temp of 350 and turned out great. You really need to taste as you go with the topping because you may need more or less butter based on altitude and humidity. The more butter you add, the more you will need to compensate with flour and sugar. So if you need to add, add it at a ratio 2:1 flour/sugar.
rhondagod 2y agoWe liked this a lot I like a really golden edge so the only thing I changed was cooking time. Also snuck in whole wheat flour kids didn't notice and the cake was nice and fluffy :)
kirstie97 2y agoFamily loved it, made a decent amount although didn't last long
SonyaN 2y agoThis is best served warm of course. It is a bit heavy to my liking, so if you like rich foods this is it. Overall it is a good recipe but not for my family