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Cranberry-Apple Coffee Cake

October/November 2005

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (51 votes)

This coffee cake calls for a tart apple, such as a Granny Smith or a Pippin, combined with cranberries and spices to make a beautiful topping for a delicious treat festive enough for any brunch.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I'm allergic to milk, so I substituted nonfat, plain soy milk and vegan butter. The cake was delicious, and the consistency was moist and airy. A keeper! "
Cranberry-Apple Coffee Cake

19 Reviews for Cranberry-Apple Coffee Cake

10/13/2014
Anonymous
Confusion in the title

This is an apple and cranberry cake, period. Does not contain coffee, sad, I was quite excited at the idea of combining coffee and cranberry in a cake (which I might yet try).

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01/20/2013
Anonymous
Even lighter version is delicious!

I used unsweetened cranberry juice, unsweetened applesauce (1/2 cup) instead of oil and 1 cup of WW flour & 1/2 cup of white flour. The cake was moist, sweet and light. What a treat! It was a little work but well worth the effort.

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11/08/2012
Anonymous

loved it !! A big hit with family, sister-in-law asked for recipe going to make again and again

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10/10/2010
Anonymous

I'm allergic to milk, so I substituted nonfat, plain soy milk and vegan butter. The cake was delicious, and the consistency was moist and airy. A keeper!

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10/10/2010

I made this using 1 cup w/w flour & 1/2 cup white and baked it in a 8x8 glass pan. Turned out great! Awesome with some vanilla frozen yogurt.

I think a thin cream cheese or brown sugar glaze drizzed over the slices would look/taste great, too.

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