Meaning "something strewn" in Old German, streusel is easy to put together -- and then to throw on top of this sour-cream coffee cake.
Add cinnamon and raisins to our classic pound cake recipe and you've got yourself a treat worth bragging about.
Just a dusting of confectioner's sugar is all that's needed to set off this Bundt's good looks.
Coconut-Pineapple Loaf Cake
Some cakes just don't need frosting. Why hide the marble glory of this simple loaf cake?
The combination of yellow butter cake and rich chocolate frosting is classic for a reason and a favorite for many.
This American classic, not a pie at all, first made by a Boston chef in the 1850s, is a cake: two magnificent sponge layers with custard-cream filling and a shiny chocolate glaze.
It's tender, light as air, and tastes, well, divine. What's more, angel food cake is virtually fat-free and uses just six ingredients.
Beneath this towering yet unpretentious appearance lies multiple layers of moist, mildly spiced cake that are flecked with carrots and pecans and enveloped by a generous coating of cream cheese frosting.