The Peach-Cashew Coffee Cake from the book Coffee Cakes: Simple, Sweet and Savory by Lou Seibert Pappas is the next bake for the members of The Home Bakers. The Home Bakers is hosted by Joyce from Kitchen Flavours. If you are keen to join us, please contact Joyce.
This simple butter cake is covered with a layer of fresh peaches and crunchy cashews before baking. As I couldn't find any fresh peaches at the supermarket, I used the canned ones. The cake was light and moist and goes very well with the sweet and soft peaches coated in nutmeg as well as the cashew nuts.
For some reason, all my peaches sank so I didn't get a pretty cake with peaches dotting the top. However, it was a delicious bake and I wouldn't mind having it again.
This recipe was chosen by Chaya of Bizzy Bakes. Please go to her blog for the full recipe.
Looking good! You know, I did think of chopping some peach slices to add to the batter - then I would have sunken treasure to look forward to!ReplyDelete
You know this Hokkien saying... good stuff sinks in the bottom :p - LOL!
Let me try this:Delete
Ho liao dim duay! :D
Mich, this is really a piece of cake for you! :D
This bake is delicious, peachy delicious! We like it too!
Hi Mich, this is really yummy and tempting :)ReplyDelete
Was drooling at your picturesReplyDelete
hats off to your ever creative combinations....can't say enough how we love all these goodies together in a tender and perfectly gorgeous cake....thanks for sharing :-)ReplyDelete
Love the addition of nutmeg to the cake.... Am sure this is awesomeReplyDelete
Cakes and pies are my favorite. I like it very much. This bake is delicious.ReplyDelete
I think I like the idea of a hidden surprise in my cake. Looks delish.ReplyDelete
I've never combined peaches and cashews before; it sounds like a wonderful cake to enjoy any time of day!ReplyDelete
This is a delicious and different coffee cake!ReplyDelete
Looks moist and good, I wouldn't mind the "sinked" peaches too :)ReplyDelete
Mich, I think this would be more of a "you never know what you're gonna get" in your cake. I can see that your butter cake is super moist and yummy :) Honestly, my peaches did sink a little to the bottom as well but it doesn't matter because it's still all goodness ;)ReplyDelete
Mich， This cake really looks soft and tempting and will try it when i want to.ReplyDelete
Such a lovely piece of cake :)ReplyDelete
Howdy Mich! Its been awhile since I last blogging. Missed all the cooking & baking so much. Your cake just tempted me to make some baking soon.ReplyDelete
Hope you're having a great week.
This cake sounds and looks wonderful Mich...I would love to have a slice of this cake right now...yum!ReplyDelete
Have a great week :D
This cake looks amazing!. It has a wonderful combination of flavours, I love the addition of coffee. Great with my espresso. Yum!ReplyDelete
Mich I love this cake, really delicious!!ReplyDelete
Mich, this looks like a yummy coffee cake. I love the peaches and cashews in this.ReplyDelete
This cake looks delicious.ReplyDelete
Lovely cake, and it looks tempting!!ReplyDelete
Quite a unique combination - each and cashew :)
Don't think I've tried peaches with cashews in a cake before but this one looks extra delicious!ReplyDelete
Michelle, it should be the weight of the peach. At least it didn't sink to the bottom. A way to support it is to coat it with some flour before you place on top. The dry flour can to a certain extent prevent it from dropping. The cake looks moist and can tell it is a nice piece of work.ReplyDelete
Peaches and Cashews are my new very best favorite, Mich. I'm off to Chaya's for the recipe!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing...
Mich this coffee cake looks peach and cashew addition will be wonderful.ReplyDelete
I love peaches and with stone fruits in season this is perfect timing. Gorgeous Cake!ReplyDelete
This cake with the peaches and cashews sure look good. Nice to have for afternoon tea!ReplyDelete
Lovely cake with nice sunny peaches & I 'm baking it again soon ! ;)ReplyDelete
Mich , I love Del Monte's - it sure taste way sweeter than the peaches I've bought from our local market last time :D I haven't tried this combo before but I'm sure it taste as good as it looks !ReplyDelete
the piece that you showed here looks pretty good to me..not totally sunk to the bottom..but even if it does..who cares...just eat! LOL!ReplyDelete
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