Thank you sooooo much for posting this!! I'm looking forward to trying it!! :D
After I posted this, I realized I didn't give my preferences on a few things. First of all....I toned down the nutmeg in the cake recipe to 1/8 tsp. In my opinion it was very strong adding the 1/2 tsp. Next thing is about half way through the baking time on the cupcakes or cake, add your struesel. It will crunch up really nicely with the rest of the baking time. I add a lot because it adds so much to this cupcake/cake. Lastly, let your cream cheese sit for awhile so it will be easier to pipe. It will be very stiff and require some muscle to get it out of your piping bag if you don't. For those who will ask about vanilla bean paste, it is amazing and cheaper than the vanilla bean pod. It sells on Amazon and I bought the 3 pack 4oz. bottles for about $18. I will NEVER buy the pods again. This paste is so great, you can literally taste it from the bottle and it reminds me of the hagen daz ice cream flavor. I will always use this in my icings and white cakes. It has a strong vanilla flavor too that blows extracts away.
I love to see scratch recipes posted here!! Thank you for posting and I will try this soon :)
Cant wait to try it! Thank you!!
Used this this weekend~ everyone LOVED it!!!! Thanks so much for posting!!
Forgot to add~ icing held up reallly well, here in PA it was hot and humid!!
Wow....sounds awesome. I'm very pleased that you guys enjoyed it and the icing held up. Don't forget to rate it!!
Sounds wonderful, I can't wait to try. What size pan should I use for this cake?
This sounds so amazing, I'm going to try it this weekend!
When I make this cake, I usually get about 18 cupcakes out of it. It's not a lot of batter. I have never made it into a larger cake. Hope this helps ;)
I wanted to try a recipe with peaches! I can't wait to try this out!
OK, this is a really dumb question, but: When you use the streusel, do you also use the cream cheese icing OVER the top? I'm thinking of a cake here... Is the icing just piped on in a random fashion over the top of the streusel? I've obviously never used both. Whatever, it sounds absolutely delicious. I love peach crisps, or cobblers.
Will definitely be trying!!! thanks for posting!
Milkmaid42....not a dumb question ;).....I do the struesel and then the icing. The icing for me is like the vanilla ice cream I would put on a hot peach cobbler. It really goes so very well with this. You could also just do the cake and struesel and that would be great to. When I do pipe it on, I really like to see the struesel underneath. Check out my photos and you'll see the photo I took of this cupcake up close. That's what it's supposed to look like. I hope this helps out, enjoy everyone!!
Going to try this really soon. Sounds so yummy
Wait... just looked at the photo again, set to go for this week for sure. How could anyone not want to eat them
LOL....so funny. It's amazing how food makes us feel especially sweets! Enjoy Wildrose!!
I just made these and they were really good!! I did not use the frosting recipe (I just topped them w/ some left over buttercream I had). However when I try them again I will try the vanilla cream cheese recipe. Everyone loved them and a few people said the cupcakes would be great w/out the frosting. But then they are more like a muffin...right?!
Glad you had a great turn out. I honestly think they taste better with frosting. To me it's like the ice cream on a hot peach cobbler. Then again some people don't use ice cream and like it plain. Same here...it's just personal preference. As far as it being a muffin, It's not. It is a cake for sure, but I think it could be mistaken because it's really not too, too sweet. Thanks for trying it!!
I tried this weekend, REALLY good. Everyone loved it. It took a lot longer to bake almost 45 minutes. I used my spring form pan. It popped out nice and I put the cream cheese icing on top. Looked great on the plate. It was very moist. I will be making again forsure.
I'm still curious as to what size CAKE pan did you use? I originally was going to do cupcakes but I think I may want to make it as a cake instead.
I have never done this in a cake form. It does make about 18 cupcakes so I would imagine that (2) 8in cakes would be good. What I would do is just make the batter and see what you think it would make. I may be off, it's been awhile since I have made it. I usually make this ALOT when the peaches come back out in season. That season is coming up here soon. :))
I used a 9 inch springform pan. It was a huge hit with everyone and will be a great seller.
Excellent recipie-made these for my decorating class I teach and the students loved them!
Oh. My. GOODNESS! DELISH! I was in too big a hurry to try them so I haven't even made frosting yet, but, I'm not going to bother with frosting... I think I'll drizzle it with icing instead cause this cupcake is almost perfect as - is! Thank you SO much for sharing!!!
These look like heaven! The photos are oh so apetizing, yum! Can't wait to make these (:
So, I assume I sprinkle the streusel on top before baking, right? I'm planning to try these for a potluck next week. Yum!
I have the same question as JGMB
What size cake pan(s) & how many cupcakes does it make.
I'm with all the other commenters! Hen do you use the streusel? Do you layer it alternately with the batter? Or do you sprinkle it on top - but if you sprinkle it on top why do you need the icing??? Sorry if I missed something but I think something was left out of the instructions.
Hi guys! What I do with the struesel is sprinkle it on, about 10 minutes into the baking. Right on top of the cupcakes. It will crisp up nice. Then continue cooking until cupcake is done.
As far as what size cake pan, I do not know as I have only made cupcakes. It makes about 18 cupcakes if this helps.
As far as the icing....I only use it because to me, its like the ice cream on a hot peach cobbler. It is not too much...it really does compliment it sooooo well.
Thanks for the clarification, Bakerzjoy, I can't wait to make them. :)
Can one use tinned peaches as we are in our winter and peaches or nectarines are not in season right now...
Yes ma'am, you can use canned. Just drain and cut up in small pieces. :)
Thank you for your reply...