This was great, the only thing is that the batter may be a bit stiff making it hard to spread into a pan -- if this happens, adding a little milk while mixing worked for me.
I often make variations of recipes I like to have a few new options. This one turned out lovely:
I left out the drizzled butter and the crumbled topping altogether. Doubled the cake recipe, added a table spoon of cinnamon, and put a few teaspoons of batter aside. I mixed in a cup of raisins to the main batter and poured it in a rectangular. Then added extra cinnamon to the few teaspoons, some vanilla extract, and a little cocoa powder just to darken -- then used it to marble the cake. I baked it and frosted it after it cooled, with a simple white butter frosting (butter, powdered sugar, teaspoon cinnamon, and milk to consistency). I served this at a Christmas party and people were crazy for it.
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This was great, the only thing is that the batter may be a bit stiff making it hard to spread...