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    Cinnamon Toast Coffee Cake

    2 cups flour
    1 1/2 cups granulated sugar, divided
    2 teaspoons baking powder
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 cup milk
    6 tablespoons melted margarine, divided
    1 teaspoon vanilla extract
    3 teaspoons cinnamon

    Sift flour, 1 cup sugar, baking powder and salt into a bowl. Blend in milk, 2 tablespoons margarine and vanilla extract; mix well. Turn into greased oblong pan. Bake in preheated 325 degree oven for 15 to 20 minutes or until golden brown.

    Drizzle remaining 4 tablespoons melted margarine over top. Mix remaining 1/2 cup sugar with cinnamon, then sprinkle over cake. Bake for 10 minutes longer.

    Yields 12 servings.

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    Looooooooooove cinnamon!
    Thanks for sharing!

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    that sounds good. the only thing i would change is butter for margarine since i hate that stuff but it sounds really tasty!
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    this sounds good, i would eliminate the salt.

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    The salt is to enhance the flavors when baking. Can you make baked goods without them? Probably. Will they taste as good? Probably not.

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    i've eliminated salt in all my baking for a decade or more and haven't had any complaints.

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    I can taste the difference.
    But as long as you enjoy it, that's all that matters, eh?

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    righto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    that sounds good. the only thing i would change is butter for margarine since i hate that stuff but it sounds really tasty!
    margarine is not as good for us as originally thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zigzag View Post
    i've eliminated salt in all my baking for a decade or more and haven't had any complaints.
    oh great, Sandra Lee is going to hunt you down........
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    Quote Originally Posted by msdeb View Post
    oh great, Sandra Lee is going to hunt you down........

    HAHAHAHAHA!!!

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    I thought I learned in Home Ec. that salt was necessary when baking because it stopped yeast production and kept bread from over-rising? I suppose that's not a problem with quick breads.

    Self-rising flour already has baking powder and salt added.

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    Both baking powder and baking soda having salt (sodium) in them, so you essentially aren't eliminating salt.

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    Yum. Think this would work in 2 mini-loaf pans?

    Thanks for posting. If this works it's a candidate for teacher gifts at Christmas. I'm cheaping out this year and giving them homemade baked goods. A little sprinkle with confectioners sugar and wrap it up in pretty plastic with a bow and it looks professional. Ooooh, I just had a great thrifty idea to go along with that...buy an inexpensive small basket and tuck the wrapped baked goods inside

    Oh, and I'd rather do butter (natural) than margarine (processed).
    Last edited by travelbug; September 11th, 2009 at 06:07 PM.

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    hotncmom - since the pan says "oblong", you could probably get 3 of the minis or a regular size loaf pan. 2 may overflow.

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