Recipe by SMUCKER'S®
"When it's fresh out of the oven, this raspberry filled coffee cake smells as good as it tastes."
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Ingredients for Coffee Cake:
packaged baking mix
1 (3 ounce) package
butter or margarine
Smucker's® Red Raspberry Preserves
Ingredients for Glaze:
milk, plus more if needed
Packaged baking mix would be something like "Bisquick" -- a baking mix with multiple ingredients in it.
This looks absolutely delicious, and I'd love to make it. But what on earth is "packaged baking mix"? Is it just like a basic pastry dough mix, cake mix, what is it?
Very good, easy, and quick recipe. I used apricot jam instead of raspberry and it was delicious. I also tried it with cherry pie filling and sprinkled almonds on top of the glaze. The almond extract and cherry flavors compliment each other nicely.
Very quick and very easy. Just remeber to seal off the ends of your pastry or else you're going to have jelly everywhere.
I have made this several times, and it is easy and delicious. I have never had a problem with the braiding part, and it looks beautiful when done. The glaze, with the almond flavoring, adds a lot of flavor to this, and I wouldn't make it without. I have only made this with raspberry jam, but I may try it with apricot or blackberry next. Overall, this is a great addition to a breakfast or brunch.
Yummy! I was tempted to add more jam because it didn't look like enough, but I'm glad I didn't...it would have been too sweet. The icing is yummy, too.
I used homemade blackberry jam for a filling and substituted a mix of lemon & orange extract for the vanilla and almond. The crust was light and flaky, and, as previously mentioned, the touch of cream cheese was a nice addition. For some reason, I'm not too thrilled with the *braid* presentation method - - - I'd like to try this same recipe with more of a danish layout. Will have to play around with it.
I thought that this was very easy and flavorful! The cream cheese (I used low fat Neufchatel) is a very nice addition to the crust and it came out nice and flaky. The almond icing adds a lot of flavor but make sure to get the good almond extract. I made the braid the night before, refrigerated it, and baked it off in the morning. It came out perfect and all of the kids loved it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Raspberry Breakfast Braid
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 86
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