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phyllisw Aug 9, 2007 07:59 AM

Does anyone know of a recipe for a raspberry coffee cake? I swear I have read about one, possibly in one of my own cookbooks, but wanted to see if anyone here had any ideas that spring to mind. Thanks!

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    MobyRichard RE: phyllisw Aug 9, 2007 08:11 AM

    Most of the ones I've seen call for raspberry preserves or jam, but I have see one calling for fresh or frozen fruit.

    http://www.recipezaar.com/71263

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      misterbrucie RE: phyllisw Aug 9, 2007 08:19 AM

      This looks good:
      http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Raspberr...

      and it's pretty much the kind of thing I would be likely to try.

      And this one also looks good: http://www.redvelvetcafe.com/breakfas...

      (I love the "1/2 jar raspberry preserves" idea. Let's see, how big a jar can we find...?)

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        bigjimbray RE: misterbrucie Aug 9, 2007 08:30 AM

        I love coffeecake in the morning with some hot drink. and with the raspberry flavor
        this recipe looks fantastic. But I think you could use any berry jam for this one, and
        it would come out great. like black berry or strawberry.

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          misterbrucie RE: bigjimbray Aug 9, 2007 09:43 AM

          Just thought of something else: if you're using jam, consider SEEDLESS.

      2. TheGloaming RE: phyllisw Aug 9, 2007 10:13 AM

        I reckon you could just take any blueberry coffee cake recipe (there are tons out there), and substitute raspberries or raspberry jam/preserves, whatever the recipe calls for.

        Here's one blueberry coffee cake I like. Try seedless raspberry preserves in place of blueberry:
        http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/bl...

        1. Heidi cooks and bakes RE: phyllisw Feb 4, 2011 11:04 AM

          Since you say that you might have read about the recipe in one of your own cookbooks, consider using www.eatyourbooks.com . They have a free option where cookbooks are indexed, and you type in some of the ingredients, and it tells you what book the recipe is in.

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            addicted2cake RE: phyllisw Feb 5, 2011 11:10 AM

            elise.com has a lovely blueberry cake recipe. You can sub raspberries, will melt in your mouth. Very easy to make and delicious!

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