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Cherry Coffee Cake Using Bisquick Recipe

This Cherry Coffee Cake is super easy to make starting with Bisquick. You’ll have it mixed up and ready for the oven in a matter of minutes. So delicious!

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So I bought a can of cherry pie filling the other day when I was out shopping. I kept looking at it thinking what I could make with it that would be mighty tasty…

I love cherries and I love the pie filling I think I could just eat it with a spoon it is SO good ;-)! Sometimes I just get tired of the regular breakfast items like cereal, eggs, etc.  Adam was feeling the same ways as me, so I thought I better get on searching for something different!

Cherry Coffee cake with Bisquick

I found a recipe for a Cherry Coffee Cake using Bisquick. I haven’t cooked with Bisquick a ton I normally go for flour mixture but I thought ehh why not – give it a go! Something new and I am always up for trying new recipes!

I thought this new recipe turned out really good. I did over-cook it a little bit, so next time I will need to cook it less!

Cherry Coffee Cake


I thought this recipe was pretty easy to whip up and doesn’t take a ton of ingredients!! So if this looks good to you, make sure to give it a try and let me know how you like it. It also makes for a great breakfast!

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Cherry Coffee Cake Using Bisquick Recipe

Cherry Coffee Cake Using Bisquick Recipe

Cake Ingredients:

Glaze Ingredients:

  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1-2 tbs milk
  • depending on consistency you want will be how much milk you add to it.

How to Make Bisquick Cherry Coffee Cake

  1. Heat oven to 350 degrees. In a bowl or KitchenAid you will mix all cake ingredients except the Cherry Pie Filling and Icing Ingredients till well mixed.
  2. Once all items are mixed you will pour 2/3 of the mixture into a your pan. I used a cake pan that was greased.
  3. Next pour the can of cherry pie filling over the whole mixture. Then take the remaining dough mix and drop it all over the cake. I posted a picture above so you can see what it will look like.
  4. Bake 25-30 minutes or until the cake is golden brown and dough is cooked through. Depending on pan you use and your location cooking time could vary!
  5. Next mix up the glaze ingredients in a separate bowl! Once your cake is done you will pour over the cake once it comes out. Do it while it is hot so it can melt into the cake. Cover and serve cold or hot.

Cherry Coffee cake with Bisquick

It’s definitely yummy and I will have to keep this on hand in case I decide to make this in the future, which I am sure I will! Adam really liked it as well. I made this later last night to have for breakfast. I ended up putting mine in the microwave for a few seconds to warm it up.. perfection!!  

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Reader Interactions


  1. Amber Edwards says

    Oh my, that looks absolutely tantalizing!!! I love the cherry pie filled, and I put it on my homemad sweet and tart nobake cheese cake. which is amazing BTW. But this is perfect for Brunch! 🙂

  2. Carolyn Colley says

    Oh, this looks so good, I pinned it to my pinterest and I’m going to make it. Not only does it look good, I can almost taste it, I love cherries. Thanks so much for sharing.

  3. Julie Wood says

    We love coffee cake at our house and this recipe is so easy and I love the taste of bisquick! It makes this recipe easy. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Patricia says

    This could easiiy be converted to low carb and sugar free, IUse Carbquick instead of Bisquick and Sugar-free pie filling. For the glaze sub Splenda or Swwerve for the powdered sugar.

  5. Mickey says

    This looks wonderful. I’m drooling just looking at it. The cherry pie filling is a great idea and I’ve also got some blueberry pie filling — so many different fruit filling – we could try a different one every day!!! Thanks for a great idea. Mickey

  6. Patricia Parker says

    I make breakfast for Sunday school class once in a while. I think I’m going to try this. And also an Apple pie and blue berry pie version what do you think?

  7. Sarah says

    Wow! Came out so good! I too am very used to baking with flour but,this is an incredible recipe. My whole family absolutely loved it,thank you very much!

  8. Lila says

    I made this today for a women’s group and it was a hit! Only things I did different were using coconut sugar and adding lemon zest to the glaze. I baked it in a large pottery pie dish, so it took a little longer. The coconut sugar seems to make the dough thicker, but it baked up nicely. Thank you!

  9. Kay says

    I made this and it was delicious but my question is, my daughter is gluten free and I wanted to know if I used gluten free Bisquick would it taste the same.

  10. Kay says

    I made this and it was delicious, but my daughter is gluten free, would useing gluten free Bisquick taste the sameLay

  11. Maria says

    I made this today I added almond extract to the batter and then instead of milk added to the Powdered sugar I used amaretto flavored International delight coffee creamer it turned out awesome

  12. Myra Crooks says

    I can’t find what size pan to use. Since it serves 12 I’m thinking it would be a 13X9, is that correct? Myra

    • Ashley says

      I’m about to start assembling the coffee cake now but was thinking of adding a little cream cheese mixture as well. Have you ever tried it with cream cheese? Either way it looks delicious and can’t wait to try it. I also love the cherry pie filling and could totally eat it straight from the can lol so tasty! Thanks for the recipe 😁

    • Kelsey says

      I’m thinking that if the blueberries are frozen they will release a lot of water while they are baking and not turn out great. If you do try it, please let me know your results!

  13. Kelly says

    So good, followed the recipe except for adding little cubes of cream cheese throughout the cherry pie filling. This is absolutely delicious. With or without my add-in.

    • Kelsey says

      I haven’t tried it with bananas, but it may work. The one thing that may be an issue is that bananas have low moisture content compared to the pie filling so it may be a bit dry. If you do try it, let it know how it worked out for you!

  14. Surfiene says

    I made this with fresh cherries, just left fairly large pieces so it did not get to wet. I sprinkled monk fruit sugar on top., turned out great. I also used Carbquik.

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