Coffee Cake (senza caffe)

23 Feb

It’s a little overcast today.  The kids are home on vacation for the settimana bianca.  My mom is visiting.  My friend brought me buttermilk from France. I had a craving for chocolate.  All of these are perfect excuses to make a good cake.  I found this recipe on the joy of baking website and I tweaked it ever so slightly (adding half sour cream and half buttermilk).  As always it’s really simple and the result so yummy.  I made the mistake of asking the kids if they want a piece of coffee cake and they all bolted while making gagging noises.  I guess they don’t understand that there’s no coffee in it.  Oh well.  All the more for us.

 And can I just talk for a second about the combination of cinnamon with chocolate?  It’s just so…harmonious together.  The cinnamon really deepens the richness of the dark chocolate I used.  It gives it a little umph if you know what I mean.  I had to google the spelling of umph. Get recipe here.

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4 Responses to “Coffee Cake (senza caffe)”

  1. Kat February 23, 2012 at 21:26 #

    mamma mia.. droool! i was thinking of baking something tomorrow for my mother-in-law and got some dark chocolate and ohlalaa this looks real yum. too bad i ran out of farina “00”. eerr will try to make something else work. 😀 thanks for the link!

  2. Simply Tia February 23, 2012 at 22:21 #

    This looks beautiful!!!!

  3. frugalfeeding February 23, 2012 at 23:21 #

    That looks wonderful. I think it;s funny that it doesn’t contain coffee :D. Great recipe, thanks for sharing.

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