Gingerbread and apples bake up spicy and sweet in this incredible, easy coffee cake recipe.
Christmas mornings should smell just as good as the holidays are. Sweet, cinnamon-kissed and cozy.
Rather than breaking out the same-old pancake recipe for Christmas morning breakfast, turn a box of Betty Crocker Gingerbread Cake into a delicious, streusel-topped coffee cake that’s filled with the goodness of apples and topped with fresh whipped cream.
This cake is easy to make. No matter how late you were up wrapping presents on Christmas Eve, you won't be too tired to pull together a pan of Gingerbread-Apple Coffee Cake the next morning. It takes just a few minutes to stir and mix, and then about 35 minutes to bake. That’s just enough time to heat a pot of coffee or peppermint tea and to call your family around the breakfast table.
Try pairing this coffee cake with fresh grapefruit or orange slices, hot coffee or cocoa and, if you’re looking to really bulk up the meal, some scrambled eggs.
No matter how you slice it, everyone in your family is sure to love the sweet aroma and delicate spice of this beautiful recipe!