A North American ‘coffee cake’ confusingly doesn’t contain coffee. Coffee cakes are heavier & more dense than a British sponge, and are meant to be eaten with a cuppa ‘joe’.
They are usually made in a traybake or round tin, and always have fruit (or nuts); often a cheesecakey layer and/or a crumble. This is a GF version of a classic combo, very easy to make.
Serves: up to 16