Most of us think coffee cakes are something to eat with coffee, not something made from coffee. And, to be fair, that’s how coffee cakes originated hundreds of years ago in Europe – all cake, no coffee.
Still, there’s nothing quite like a coffee cake that incorporates an actual brew, like those enjoyed at Orinoco Coffee & Tea.
The Internet is filled with mouth-watering coffee cake recipes that can give full play to your fall coffee palate. They’re typically a variation on a theme, using the same basic ingredients: sugar, butter, flour, baking soda (perhaps some cinnamon) and – naturally – a well-brewed coffee of choice.
Thanks to Orinoco, you’ve got plenty of coffee to choose from. Each unique coffee will contribute to a distinctive coffee cake that can take your baking game to a whole new level. Imagine a plain coffee cake made with Amaretto Royal or Crème Brulee. This fall coffee recipe will punch up any tea time or coffee hour.
And move over sommeliers. Bakers can now pair flavors too. So, the next time you decide to make a coffee cake or Bundt, try this simple recipe from Macheesmo.com, and then branch off and go a little crazy with your own variations.
Go ahead. Get baking.