Project: Raspberry Coffee Cake


Last week I baked a cake for Fathers Day and it was a raspberry coffee cake with cream. I saw we had fresh raspberries in the fridge which is rare to have them fresh and I’ve decided to take advantage of it and use them in my baking!

It was unfortunately not enough to make a tart filled with these berries on top because I had to throw some of the moldy berries away, but it was enough for a coffee raspberry cake! With a slight hint of cinnamon because I believe that coffee and cinnamon are match for each other.

Also learn how to make a cute little banner as cake decoration, so please head down!

Vorige week heb ik een cake gebakken voor Vaderdag en het was een frambozen koffie cake met slagroom geworden. Ik zag dat we verse frambozen in de koelkast hadden en dat is vrij zeldzaam. Ik besloot dus gebruik te maken van deze verse vruchten en in mijn baksels te doen.

Het was helaas niet genoeg om een taart met deze vruchten helemaal te bekleden bovenop want ik moest een aantal van de beschimmelde framboosjes weggooien, maar het was gelukkig genoeg voor een koffie frambozencake! Met een zweem van kaneel, want kaneel en koffie is zo lekker samen!

Leer ook hoe je een schattige kleine banner maakt die als taart decoratie dient, scroll naar beneden toe!

The Recipe
3 eggs
160 gr soft butter + extra for greasing
¼ cup sugar
220 gr self raising flour
1 tbsp. strong brewed coffee
1 tsp. ground coffee + cinnamon powder

150 ml cream
2 tbsp. sugar
1 box of fresh raspberries

The butter reminds me of the Sydney Opera House!

The Steps:
  1. Pre-heat oven to 190ºC and line and grease a cake pan with baking paper. 
  2. Beat and mix all the cake ingredient in a large bowl until smooth and well combined.
  3. Pour the cake batter in the prepared cake pan and bake for about 25 minute in the oven.
  4. Let the cake cool inside the cake pan for 5 minute then remove to cool down completely.
  5. Meanwhile, prepare the topping! Beat the cream and the sugar in a bowl for about 1-1,5 min until thicken.
  6. Spread the cream on top of the cake with a palette knife, sprinkle some cinnamon powder on top and finally place the fresh raspberries.


  1. This looks super tasty and I love the decoration, so creative and cute! Saved this to my list of recipes, thanks for sharing!

  2. That looks delicious! I love the yummy flavor raspberries add to desserts!

  3. What a beautiful cake! Bet it tastes amazing too. Happy belated birthday to your father.

  4. looking so yummy!! now,i'm so jealous of your dad haha! those raspberries are so know what? raspberries in singapore is selling in quite expensive price.

    xo joselovincolors

  5. Nice!

  6. What a lovely cake! I'm sure your father loved it, as it looks delicious :D Also loving those GIFs hehe ^_^ ♡

  7. Looks delicious! I bet your papa was happy :)

  8. Ziet er geweldig uit!! Persoonlijk haat ik coffee, maar met wat verbeelding zit het er niet in lol :P prachtig gemaakt!!

  9. Ohhhhhhh oh! More delicious recipes. It's so nice how you used raspberries because you don't see a lot of cakes that use that. :)

  10. so very cute! and bet it was delicious! :)

  11. That banner is so cute! Happy belated papa's day to your papa! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

  12. Ooooo, looks so tasty! The combination of raspberry and coffee sounds very curious, I want to try sometime!

    becky ♡ star violet


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