- Joy [joi]
1. The emotion of great delight or happiness caused by something exceptionally good; 2. Cinnamon Muffin Melts™; 3. Tastefully Simple’s Product Research Specialist!
I’d like you all to meet Joy Rodas – she’s a team member here at Tastefully Simple on our Product Development Team. She works tirelessly to ensure our ingredient lists and nutritional info are up to snuff with our standards and meet FDA regulations. She is also an amazing baker with a history in the restaurant biz. We are so lucky to have Joy on our team!
Our recipe today is by Joy, for joy, and made with a joyous product called Cinnamon Muffin Melt Mix! It’s called Sour Cream Coffee Cake – and it’s got me singing “Joy to the World” (the Three Dog Night version … not the Christmas carol … but you may sing whichever you choose!).
I love to cook, but baking is another story for me. Let’s just say it’s not my strength … we don’t have to go into the lumpy, half-baked details, right? Joy’s coffee cake is so simple to mix up, and it makes me look like a far better baker than I really am. I love that!
Check out the video for more details – the recipe is below and on our public website. Just select “Cinnamon Muffin Melt Mix” from the drop-down menu on the “Try Our Recipes” page – you’ll see “Sour Cream Coffee Cake” at the bottom of the list. j*a*N*e (“Jeremiah was a bullfrog … da nuh da” … SING everybody!)
Sour Cream Coffee Cake
- Yield: 10-12 Servings
- Cook: 30-40 mins
A simple, recipe to please crowds.
- Combine muffin mix packet with water, sour cream and eggs. Spread half of batter in greased 9-inch springform pan. Mix cinnamon packet with melted butter (mixture will be thick). Sprinkle half of cinnamon mixture over the batter. Spread with remaining batter; top with remaining cinnamon mixture. Bake at 350° for 30-40 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool in pan for 10 minutes. Makes 10-12 servings.
!Tips & Hints
•I used a 9-inch round cake pan, since I didn't have a springform, and it worked very well.
•This was remarkably simple to make, and I had a lot of requests for the recipe from those who tasted it (always a good sign!).
•I wouldn't change a thing – the recipe turned out perfectly (and the house smelled incredible!).
- Cooking Method: Bake