Cowboy Coffee Cake

I'm glad to be back! I've missed you!

My Reader exploded while I was gone (y'all have been busy) and left the "Reader" box on my specially personalized iGoogle homepage dripping with melted font and scattered with broken pieces of HTML. Thank God for the MarkAllAsRead CLEAN button.

The Big Apple Recap will be forthcoming this week featuring lanterns, tulips, and Amish people. Like WOW can I ever find the freaky in NYC, eh?

But for now look at THIS!

Cowboy Coffee Cake



1 - 11 oz can of refrigerated buttermilk biscuits
1/4 C. butter, melted
1/3 C. firmly packed brown sugar
1/3 C. chopped pecans
1 teas. cinnamon

Arrange biscuits in a lightly greased 9" cake pan, edges overlapping. Mix together butter, brown sugar, pecans, and cinnamon; spread over biscuits. Bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Serve warm.

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Jill said...

Um... thank you!! I will be making that for the Mother's Day brunch I'm throwing here in a couple weeks. And maybe before then... a couple times. Mmmmmmmmm

mo.stoneskin said...

I thought I asked you not to tempt me with cake when I'm stuck on a train and can do nothing about it?!

[Shuts eyes and whistfully imagines filling cake hole]

Angie's Spot said...

My husband would go ga-ga for this! I know what I'm making for Father's Day morning now. Thanks!

And I can't wait to hear all about NYC. :-)

Amy said...

So easy. So good.

I've made myself hungry.

Auds at Barking Mad said...

Danke m'dear for such a fabulous and EASY ('cause like that's totally my middle name right now) recipe! Just as soon as I have a kitchen again, I might just make these to celebrate. Oh and stay tuned for the entire granite counter thing because it's not as expensive as you think. Whilst the money for the counters was gifted to us, we got them for far less than even laminates or Corian would have cost.

And get this...I'll tell you all about how to do your vanity countertops in GRANITE for less money than you'd ever dream. It's called REMNANTS!

Anonymous said...

Torture...that's what it is, pure torture.

Rachel said...

ooooooo nom nom!

Anonymous said...

Ok I have seen a recipe similar to this and now seeing yours, I don't know what is stopping me from making it. I need it!!! Thanks for sharing.

PMKU said...

That looks so bad for me! I may just have to make it but without the pecans. My little guy has food allergies.

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