On the surface savory coffee cake might sound weird, but hear me out. Think of this kind of like an egg dish but with a substantial crumb or like a chorizo cornbread, but with a lot more cheese and no corn. I think the best way to decide on the greatness of chorizo breakfast cake is to well, just make it!
In my limited internet searching, I believe sausage coffee cake is a Southern thing, Can anyone testify to this? I found a lovely sausage coffee cake created by the Runaway Spoon and combined that recipe with my Grandma’s coffee cake recipe to come up with this one. A soft, dense cake with a melting interior thanks to lots of cheese and eggs. There’s chorizo to spice things up and a lovely, crunchy topping for textural contrast. In my opinion, no coffee cake is complete without some kind of streusel-like something on top.
This pretty Sugar Pink Le Creuset skillet makes the perfect vessel for baking this chorizo breakfast cake. It is part of their new Sugar Pink Collection which has my heart all aflutter. The color is divine but the sturdy cast iron that Le Creuset is known for bakes like a dream.
A pan this cute basically begs to be shown off, so why not throw a Sugar Pink Boozy Brunch on New Year’s Day? You make the Chorizo Breakfast Cake and I’ll supply the booze in the form of chic sparkling wine cocktails from Pampelonne. Rosé Lime, Blood Orange Spritz, and my personal favorite the French 75, these drinks are all kinds of fancy.
Have a wonderful New Year’s friends! Check below for a full New Year’s Brunch menu.
Thank you to Le Creuset and Pampelonne for providing the cocktails and skillet for this post.
NEW YEAR’S BRUNCH MENU
Pampelonne Sparkling Wine Cocktails
Savory Chorizo Breakfast Cake
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