I am loving this Triple Batch Cinnamon Coffee Cake recipe. I made it on a cooler day (because I knew I wouldn’t want to be turning the oven on – on the hotter summer days). It didn’t take any longer than baking one cake…yet I made THREE. One was enjoyed straight away and the other two are in the freezer. This is worth sharing…
Triple Batch Cinnamon Coffee Cake
Preheat oven to 350. And spray 3 loaf pans with cooking spray. This makes a dense coffee cake – great to dip into coffee, tea, or hot chocolate for breakfast.
- 6 cups all purpose flour
- 1 1/2 cups of sugar
- 3 tsp baking soda
- 3 tsp baking powder
- 3 pinches of salt
- 3/4 cup ground flax seed (make fiber your friend!)
- 3 individual serving size containers of unsweetened applesauce (100ml each)
- 3/4 oil
- 2 cups milk
- 6 eggs
To make the Triple Batch Cinnamon Coffee Cake simple mix dry ingredients together in large mixing bowl. Then add in wet ingredients. Mix on high until well combined. This triple batch recipe is a work off of my BASIC MUFFIN MIX RECIPE.
How to swirl cinnamon in coffee cake…
Mix 1/2 brown sugar with 1/4 cup cinnamon (you will have lots left over so keep in an air tight container for next coffee cake). Stir sugar and cinnamon together (I put them in a resealable container and then simply put the lid on and shake it).
Spoon cinnamon sugar on to middle of your cake. Then, using a toothpick, swirl the cake batter from left to right. Then, drag the toothpick up the centre of the cake batter. See picture below for a visual how-to…
Back to the Cinnamon Coffee Cake. Spoon equal amounts of cake batter into the three greased loaf pans. Put into oven (my three loaf pans fit side by side by side in my oven). Bake for 60 minutes (or until toothpick comes out clean).
Remove cake pans from oven and allow to cool for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, use a butter knife to loosen cakes from pans (you don’t want them sticking). Allow to cool until room temperature.
Wrap in wax paper (or parchment paper) and then put into resealable freezer bags. Seal bags. Freeze.
Seriously, a delish recipe – and one you’ll want to take advantage of when you need to do some batch baking!