Breakfast: Cinnamon Yogurt Bread

There’s nothing like a warm baked bread, muffin or coffee cake with a cup of coffee to start your morning.  Here is a super simple, and cozy, coffee cake recipe.

Note: We have a very small cake pan, so this recipe makes the equivalent of one loaf, if you have a real oven and two loaf pans, feel free to double and share with a friend or neighbor.

2 TBSP Oil
½ Cup Sugar
1 Egg
½ Cup Yogurt (50-60mL)
1 Cup Flour
¼ TSP Salt
1 TSP Cinnamon
¼ Cup Sugar

Combine all but the final two ingredients (cinnamon and ¼ cup sugar) in a mixing bowl, mix thoroughly until smooth.
Combine the remaining sugar and cinnamon in a separate bowl.
Place half of the dough into a greased Bundt-type pan or loaf pan.
Sprinkle half of the cinnamon and sugar mixture on top, add the rest of the dough.
Sprinkle the remainder of the cinnamon and sugar mixture on top, run a knife through dough to make sugar swirls.
Bake, on 350F (180C) if you have a real oven for about 20 minutes, or until toothpick comes out clean.
If you don’t have a real oven, we use our largest Dutch oven, and raise the cake pan up a few inches off the bottom of the pan by using small tomato paste cans, a tuna can would also work, or you can use sand.  Cook with lid on (creating an oven-type affect) for about 20 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean.

  1. Carver, Lynn M said:

    This looks yummy, Mollie: I am making a couple of side dishes for tomorrow’s big meal here so I threw this together. It’s in the oven and I cannot wait for a treat tonight. Thx for sending along. I hope you all will have a lovely Thanksgiving day. You both have much to be thankful for and we have YOU guys to be thankful for.

    Love ya!


    • Thanks for the note, Lynn! Hope your Thanksgiving was great, and I am sure your sides were delicious — I still think about the sweet potato casserole you made for our going away dinner. You should’ve brought some over to us on Thursday. 🙂

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