Grandmother’s Christmas Coffee Cake — 30 Comments

    • Hi Jessica,

      That I’m not sure of; however, you can use a bundt pan. It originally called for a bundt pan, but for gift-giving, like teachers and stuff, the loafs are the right size. I would recommend halfing the recipe and then you wouldn’t have to risk the mixture losing it’s rising ability.

      Let me know what you do?

      Merry Christmas!

  1. Here is what I decided to try: I am going to buy those mini loaf pans at WM (the disposable kind) and make ten of them. Then, with the extra batter, I will use my bread pan or bunt pan or whatever I think will fit best and bake the rest for me!
    I’ll post a picture and let you know how it turns out.

  2. Yum! I haven’t had coffee cake for 20 years, I bet! (and I’m not even 30…yet.)

    This sounds so simple and looks so good! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

    …visiting from SITS! 🙂

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