Coffee cake (also sometimes known as Kuchen or Gugelhupf) was not invented. It evolved...from ancient honey cakes to simple French galettes to medieval fruitcakes to sweet yeast rolls to Danish, cakes made with coffee to mass-produced pre-packaged treats. Food historians generally agree the concept of coffee cake [eating sweet cakes with coffee] most likely originated in Northern/Central Europe sometime in the 17th century. Why this place and time? These countries were already known for their traditional for sweet yeast breads. When coffee was introduced to Europe (see notes below) these cakes were a natural accompaniment. German, Dutch, and Scandinavian immigrants brought their coffee cake recipes with them to America.
The first coffee cake-type foods were more like bread than cake. They were simple concoctions of yeast, flour, eggs, sugar, nuts, dried fruit and sweet spices. Over time, coffee cake recipes changed. Sugared fruit, cheese, yogurt and other creamy fillings are often used in today's American coffee cake recipes.
Coffee cake is cake that you have with coffee usually like a sponge cake but can be any cake even cake with coffee flavouring
No, it does not actually have coffee in it, it is made to be eaten in the morning with coffee. All it is, is a breakfast cake.
you have to make it an frozen coffee i cream cake.
apple and cake miixed together
Well..one is cake, one is coffee! :D hah
No, there is no much difference between the coffee cake and streussell other than the recipes.
The pumpkin cake originated from early years in Germany.
It origanated in the Netherlands
a coffee tree of course. they originate in ethiopia a coffee tree of course
plants,coffee,it goes all the back to the 13th century.
You could use the coffee cake in a kind of trifle. Break up the coffee cake and place in a serving bowl. Pour over some coffee liqueur such as Kaluha/Baileys. Top with marscarpone or whipped cream mixed with a little sweetened coffee and then dust with cocoa and a little finely ground coffee.
it originates from Dundee in Scotland