6 kind of coffee cakes

Moist, rich and aromatic – Coffee Cakes are irresistible. Craving for some now? You can make them yourself! Here are 6 simple yet tasty beginner recipes that you can try!

  • Coffee Chiffon Cake
  • Coffee French Cake
  • Tiramisu Cake
  • Thousand Layer White Coffee Cheesecake
  • Steamed White Coffee Cake
  • Coffee Double Cake

Coffee Chiffon Cake

Image Credit : gigarecipes
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour 10 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 30 minutes


  • 50 g Low gluten flour
  • 17 g Instant coffee
  • 33 g Hot water
  • 3 nos Eggs
  • 60 g Soft sugar


  • Melt the instant coffee using hot water; separate egg yolk and egg white, and pour the egg white into a bowl.
  • Next, add the egg yolks, coffee mixture and mix well. Then sift the flour. Mix until the batter turn into dripping texture.
  • Add sugar in 3 batches until stiff peaks forms.
  • Then take ? of the protein paste and add it to the egg yolk paste, mix well and pour it back into the protein paste bowl.
  • Finally, pour the cake batter into a 6-inch mold, and then bake into the preheated oven at 120 degrees for about 70 minutes!

Coffee French Cake



  • 50 g Hot water
  • 2 nos Eggs
  • 30 g Sugar
  • 80 g Flour
  • 100 g Fresh milk
  • 20 g Corn oil
  • 8 g Instant coffee powder

Whipped Cream Filling

  • 15 g Powdered sugar
  • A few drops of coffee essence
  • 150 g Whipped cream


  • 1 tsp Powdered sugar
  • 1 tsp Malt bran
  • 2 tsp Hot water


  • Dissolve the instant coffee in hot water and set aside. Stir the eggs and sugar. Sift the flour into the mixture and mix well.
  • Next, add the fresh milk in portions. Mix well, then add coffee mixture and corn oil. Mix well, filter and pour in. Put the mixture in the refrigerator overnight.
  • Take it out to return to room temperature the next day, pour some oil to the pot and turn on a small fire, scoop a tablespoon of batter to the pot and use bottom of the spoon to draw a thin layer.
  • Let the pancake fry slowly and then flip it. Repeat with the remaining batter and let it cool.
  • Add whipping cream with powdered sugar and beat well, then mix in the coffee flavor, cook all the syrup ingredients in the pot until it become dense.
  • Take one piece of crepe at the end, coat it with a thin layer of fresh cream, then spread the second piece and so on. For the last spread a layer of syrup on it and put it in the refrigerator to overnight!

Tiramisu Cake

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 1 hour


Material A

  • 2 nos Eggs
  • 120 g Sugar
  • 150 g Low gluten flour
  • 90 g Coconut milk
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 100 ml Corn oil

Material B

  • 2 tsp Cocoa powder
  • Hot water

Material C

  • 3 sets of 1 Carbon burning white coffee bag
  • Hot water


  • Put baking paper in the 6-inch cake mold, prepare the steamer and boiling water, and beat the eggs at a high speed until foam, then add sugar in portions and beat until white.
  • Beat it until the cream's dripping time is less than 3 seconds, switch to slow speed for 5 minutes until smooth, then sieve into low-gluten flour and add baking powder 3 times, mix until no powder particles.
  • Add corn oil and coconut milk slowly and mix it well, then divide the batter into 3 parts and keep one part. Then, one part added to material B and one part added to material C.
  • Next, spread a spoonful of the original taste batter and flatten it as a layer in the mold, steam for 5 to 6 minutes on high heat, and then pour into the coffee batter. Steam the batter for 5 to 6 minutes and finally pour the cocoa batter for 5 to 6 minutes.
  • Repeat the steps for the remaining batter, the layers can be distributed according to your preference, as long as you steam in the last layer for 10-15 minutes!

A Thousand Layers of White Coffee Cheesecake


  • 120 Butter
  • 30 g Powdered sugar
  • 30 g Condensed milk
  • Appropriate amount of milk
  • 80 g White coffee
  • 300 g Cream cheese
  • Appropriate amount of cream cracker biscuit
  • 50 ml Hot water


  • First lay tin foil on a 6 x 6 square mold, pour in hot water to white coffee and stir until it completely melted.
  • Add whipped cream cheese, butter, powdered sugar and condensed milk and mix until smooth. Then, pour in hot water to white coffee and stir until it completely melted.
  • Next, apply a layer of cheese mixture to the mold and smooth it out, dip the biscuit in milk and put on top of cheese mixture and press it.
  • Repeat the steps, the last layer is the cheese mix. After smoothing the surface, wrap it, and finally put it in the refrigerator and cool it!

Steamed White Coffee Cake

Image Credit : pinterest
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 20 minutes


  • 5 nos Egg
  • 110 g Sugar
  • 150 g Low gluten flour
  • 80 g White coffee
  • 40 ml Hot water
  • 20 g Oil


  • Boil the white coffee with hot water; beat the eggs and sugar together until the fluff turns white and have obvious texture.
  • Next, sift in low-gluten flour and mix gently, then add oil and mix well.
  • Then divide the batter into 3 equal parts, divide the white coffee into 2 parts and add 2 parts of the batter and mix well, The other one remains its original taste.
  • Then spread a piece of grease paper on the bottom of the 8-inch cake tin, put it in the steamer, and boil the water.
  • Finally, pour the serving coffee batter, steam for 15 minutes on high heat, then pour the original batter and steam for 15 minutes. Pour in the last coffee batter and steam for 30 minutes!

Coffee Double Cake

Image Credit : my123favourites
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes


Ingredients A

  • 5 nos Eggs
  • 100 g Caster sugar
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 2 tsp Milk
  • 2 tsp Corn oil
  • 150 g Low gluten flour

Ingredients B (mix all until melted)

  • 1 Hot water
  • 1 Coffee extract
  • Cocoa powder


  • Sift together low-gluten flour and baking powder, place grease paper on the bottom of the 7 inch heart-shaped mold.
  • Beat the eggs at a high speed, add the sugar 3 times and beat until thick, then switch to slow speed for 5 minutes until it becomes smooth.
  • The powder and milk that have been sieved are added accordingly 3 times ( Milk > egg > milk) and gently mixed well, then add corn oil and mix well again.
  • Next, divide the batter into 2 parts, add I part to material B and mix it until it melted, and the other part remains the original taste.
  • Steam the mold and pour ? of the original batter, steam for 5 minutes on a medium heat and pour ? coffee mixture on top and continue to steam for 5 minutes (continue this step until the coffee mixture is finished). And lastly steam for 15 minutes.

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