Want a German Peach Cake recipe that's easy to make and wonderful to eat, especially warm out of the oven? This Pfirsich-Streuselkuchen is a bread machine cake recipe for a yeast dough. It is then followed by a quick finishing off by hand before baking in the oven. You can make it with streusel topping as shown or omit the streusel, if you wish.
Best served fresh, this Peach Streusel Cake also tastes great and keeps for several days due to the fruit keeping the yeast base moist.
Topping & Streusel
I used canned peaches for this one. However, you can change it by adding different fruits.
Can't use this bread maker recipe because you don't have a bread machine. Don't fret. You can make the yeast dough as in the Poppy Seed Cake and finish it the same way as here.
How about a German Plum Cake? Just cover with halved, pitted fresh prune plums!
You'll need to make sure you sprinkle this well with sugar though. Plums can be quite tart! And make sure you add a sprinkle of cinnamon. Wunderbar!
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