Gluten free pineapple cake you can have with coffee at breakfast, or after dinner with… more coffee! Dessert or brunch, it’s delectable any way you look at it.
Can you imagine a delicious cake for breakfast paired with your favorite coffee? It sounds dreamy, right? I feel like my entire day goes better when I have a tasty treat to pair with my coffee in the mornings.
Lately, my mornings have slowed down a bit. My husband has been in charge of taking our son to school and my daughter and I get to stay home a bit longer. Another thing that has been life changing is doing my grocery shopping online. That’s a whole other post in itself, but seriously it’s a gift from heaven! That has really made my mornings lighter.
Mornings being a bit lighter means that I have actually found myself having time to enjoy my cup of coffee and a slice of this Pineapple Cake too! It’s a match made in heaven.
I made this cake with the intent of changing up my recipe for crumb topped muffins to make it more like a coffee cake. It worked out perfectly; however, the first time I made this cake, I left for about an hour and when I came back there was literally ONE piece left. That’s right…ONE!
My husband and kids ate the entire thing while I was gone and left me one piece. I hadn’t even tried a bite yet.
So, obviously it was a hit with them and then that meant I had to make it again because it was that good.
This cake can be adapted to use any type of fruit such as blueberries, cherries, raspberries, strawberries, or basically anything your heart desires.
I intend to make it next time with blueberries, but for now this pineapple cake is divine and perfect for my morning or for a brunch with the girls.
Now, are you ready for a delicious slice and a cup of coffee? Let’s start the morning off right.We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.Disclaimer: This post contains links to products that I recommend. Many of those links may be affiliate links. In using those links, it does support the ongoing post and recipes shared on this website.