Tara U'Ren 11/313/2016 11/09/2016
This was a total failure. Used a bunt pan and only the edges and middle around the cone baked. The rest sank into a soggy mess. I was so disappointed!
Ronda Ohmer 07/197/2016 07/16/2016
I made this coffee cake for work for those who are gluten free and then regular coffee cake for everyone else. Everyone want to eat this coffee cake instead so I had none of it to take home. The regular cake was barely eaten. It was a big hit. Thank you for the recipe!!!!
Nina 06/155/2016 06/04/2016
I made just the base and covered it with my own streusel. I cut the recipe in half for my small family, used light sour cream and 1/4 cup butter (instead of 1/3 cup). It was still rich and delicious. Only thing that's not perfect, it looks a little collapsed in the center of the 6 x 6 inch pan. Next time, I'll try cream cheese as Janis O suggested.
Sarah 03/86/2016 03/27/2016
Such a dream come true for someone who misses old-fashioned baked goods and has had to cut our gluten.
DebMM 03/79/2016 03/20/2016
This is the most delicious sour cream coffee cake. I make it for my office mates all the time and it is a major morale boost!! I use the bundt pan and find that I use a plastic knife to loosen the cake from the pan while it is still hot.
Chris 01/29/2016 01/30/2016
Made this with a few changes and it was excellent. I substituted 3 tablespoons of coconut oil for butter and added 2 teaspoons of vanilla instead of just 1. For the filling I grated an apple to go along with the nuts and craisiins. I also used half stevia to cut down on sugar. It tasted great, very moist!
Fanceeist 11/305/2016 11/01/2016
I made this before with the lemon glaze, it is FANTASTIC! It involved a lot of effort for a not so chefy person like myself, but the result was sooo worth it. I cannot wait to make (and especially eat) this again.
Phil 12/358/2015 12/25/2015
Great recipe! Recently served this at a semi-formal Christmas dinner with friends. They raved about it and wanted more, even after a big meal. Baked it in a fancy-fluted bundt pan. Sprinkled in some of the topping/filling first (after spraying it with butter-flavored non-stick) then tilted and shook the pan to line it with a fine layer of the filling--similar to coating a pan with flour. Really set up a fabulous look once baked and the glaze was drizzled on. By the way, no one knew it was gluten-free.
Gail 11/321/2015 11/18/2015
I too have made this & served to both gluten & gluten free friends...it is wonderful! I am searching the site for a cinnamon bun recipe & nothing seems to be right. I have the baking & pancake mix to use...any ideas?
kim 10/301/2015 10/29/2015
Its very good. Just doesn't taste near as good as normal non gluten free coffee cake. Unlike the pancake recipe which is every bit as good as normal non gluten free pancakes.
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