Maple Nut Coffee Cake

Maple Nut Coffee Cake

"Every time I make this coffee cake for the holidays or church functions, the pan is emptied in a hurry. People rave about it."
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55 m servings
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Original recipe yields 16 servings

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  1. In a large bowl, combine flour packet and yeast from hot roll mix. Add sugar. Stir in water, egg, flavoring and 6 tablespoons butter; mix well. Turn onto a floured surface; knead until smooth and elastic, 2-3 minutes. Place in a greased bowl; turn once to grease top. Cover and let rise in a warm place until doubled, 45-60 minutes. For filling, combine sugar, cinnamon and flavoring. Add nuts; set aside. Divide dough into thirds. On a lightly floured surface, roll out one portion to a 12-in. circle; place on a greased 12-in. pizza pan. Brush with some of the remaining butter. Sprinkle with a third of the filling. Repeat, forming two more layers, ending with filling. Pinch dough around outer edge to seal. Mark a 2-in. circle in center of dough (do nut cut through). Cut from outside edge just to the 2-in. circle, forming 16 wedges. Twist each wedge five to six times. Cover and let rise until doubled, 30-45 minutes. Bake at 375 degrees F for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown. Cool on wire rack. Combine glaze ingredients; drizzle over warm coffee cake.

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I found this recipe back in 1968 (about). It was in the Pillbury Cookoff Book. If your going to make this coffee cake be sure to plan an afternoon for it. If it doesn't look good don't worry, ...

I taught Family and Life skills for over 30 years and used this recipe in my senior class for most of those years. The recipe came from an old Farm Journal cookbook and was always a favorite of...

this is my recipe I entered in the alaska state fair in 1998. The big difference is I made it using homemade bread. It is much better that way. It's worth it. good luck!

Although mine didn't look exactly like the picture, I thought this turned out pretty good. I made as is, no changes. It's a little time consuming, but overall a good recipe.

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