Recipe For A Sour Cream Loaf Cake

Baking By mrmajeika Updated 18 Sep 2014 , 9:26am by jadeany

mrmajeika Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 5:46pm
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AI want to make some sort of loaf cake but I dont have a recipe. Maybe a coffee cake. I want something that has sour cream im though as I have bought some. Not lemon please

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-K8memphis Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 5:51pm
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one of the best sour cream coffee cakes ever -- just half it for a loaf pan --

 

http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/classic-sour-cream-coffee-cake/f94a8fa3-1f0b-47f4-afd2-010baa0ec473

mrmajeika Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 6:19pm
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AThat looks really nice. I don't have any pecans or cinnamon though

-K8memphis Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 6:26pm
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well that's a shame -- you can try it another time maybe -- ti's really good

MimiFix Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 6:30pm
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Any nut will do, skip the cinnamon. Or make it without the filling. This is a tender and flavorful loaf.

-K8memphis Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 6:39pm
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good one, mimi!

 

also you could toast some coconut or oats and use that instead of the nuts too 

mrmajeika Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 6:53pm
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AI don't think I have any nuts. Could I just use brown sugar?

MimiFix Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 6:57pm
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Or just skip the filling. I use a similar recipe and sometimes bake it plain. Sliced, it's perfect with fresh fruit or a sauce. It also makes a good yellow cake.

mrmajeika Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 7:01pm
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AWhat about some sort of streusel filling? With flour butter and sugar? Not quite sure how to make it though. I have blueberries if I can do anything with those

-K8memphis Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 7:22pm
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Aidk i think that kind of streusel would need to be on top to get the direct heat to crisp up although it's never stopped me from nibbling on it before I bake it --

best idea -- use the recipe as Mimi suggests -- you could layer in some blueberries but I would not mix them in so they stay whole -- wonder if they would sink --

mrmajeika Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 7:35pm
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ASo the best thing seems to be to skip the filling. If I make the glaze can I top it with some drizzled chocolate or is that overkill

-K8memphis Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 7:49pm
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chocolate would be great -- you gonna post a picture? really i just want a slice with all this talk ;)

MimiFix Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 7:58pm
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It's a thick batter so blueberries shouldn't sink... Plain with drizzled chocolate sounds great! 

-K8memphis Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 8:10pm
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my gf and i made blueberry pancakes once and they came out as purple pancakes with little blue bits in them :lol: this for a breakfast we were serving to lots of people :-D so eventually i learned to drop them in --

mrmajeika Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 8:11pm
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AOk I'm gonna make it plain with the butter glaze and then I will drizzle melted white and milk chocolate over it. I'll post a pic :) where can I convert the measurements to grams. I'm in the uk

mrmajeika Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 8:37pm
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ADammit just realised I don't have any baking soda. Could I use self raising flour and baking powder instead?

mrmajeika Posted 13 Sep 2014 , 12:00am
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AHere it is in all its glory. Looks a bit messy to me but I am always overly critical[IMG]http://www.cakecentral.com/content/type/61/id/3284668/width/200/height/400[/IMG]

-K8memphis Posted 13 Sep 2014 , 12:31am
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Alooks good -- did you try it yet? blueberries? may I have an end piece? can I have some more, sir?

mrmajeika Posted 13 Sep 2014 , 5:09pm
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ATried it. Nice texture and I like the icing and it's nice with the chocolate. K8memphis ha ha I've left the ends

jadeany Posted 18 Sep 2014 , 9:26am
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Any nut will do, skip the cinnamon jade bangle. Or make it without the filling. This is a tender and flavorful loaf.

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