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Food | Breakfast treat: Easy to make cherry coffee cake

(Family Features) There is nothing better than tasty pastry treat to go along with your morning coffee or hot chocolate. You can add some sweetness to your breakfast routine with this no fuss, no mess recipe. This delicious, easy-to-make Cherry Coffee Cake can be served for dessert, too. Just add ice cream or whipped cream on top to make that food coma even more enjoyable.

What's great about this recipe is it requires almost no prep time and requires just three ingredients. Throw it together, pop it in the oven and it's ready by the time you've finished your morning shower. How easy is this to make? Check out the video. Find more breakfast recipes like this at Culinary.net.


Cherry Coffee Cake

Here's what you will need:

Nonstick cooking spray
1 can (12.4 ounces) refrigerated cinnamon rolls with icing
1 1/2 cups (21-ounce can) cherry pie filling
1/2 cup slivered almonds or pecans (optional)
Now put it all together: First, heat your oven to 375ยบ F. Spray 9-inch round cake pan with nonstick cooking spray.

Next, separate cinnamon roll dough into eight rolls. Cut each roll into quarters and place dough rounded-side down in pan.

Spoon pie filling over rolls. Then sprinkle almond slivers or pecans over cherry filling, if desired.

Depending on your oven bake between 25-35 minutes, or until golden brown.

While still warm, placed a plate or cutting board over the pan and flip so that the pastry fall out. Place your serving plate on top of the upside down rolls and invert again.

Remove lid from icing and microwave the contents for 3-10 seconds until the mixture is creamy. Stir icing and drizzle over warm coffee cake.

Serve warm.


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