Crockpot Pumpkin Streusel Coffee Cake

I’m celebrating the beginning of fall with my Crockpot Pumpkin Streusel Coffee Cake! Only 5 ingredients including fall favorites; allspice, pumpkin and pecans.

I’m all about coffee and conversation. What could be better than inviting friends over for a fall flavored coffee cake and conversation. Just relaxing and visiting.

Crockpot Struesel Pumpkin Coffee Cake

This Crockpot Pumpkin Streusel Coffee Cake is so easy to prepare, you’ll only need one bowl. No big mess in the kitchen to clean up!

Crockpot Struesel Pumpkin Coffee Cake


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Crockpot Pumpkin Streusel Coffee Cake
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
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Serves: 10
A moist, tasty and easy Crockpot dessert perfect for your Fall guests.
  • 1 box cinnamon streusel bread mix (I used Betty Crocker)
  • 8 oz. canned pumpkin puree
  • ½ cup packed light brown sugar
  • 1 tsp. Allspice
  • ½ cup chopped pecans (optional)
  1. Line the bottom of the crockpot with aluminum foil, coming up the sides just a bit (this will keep the bottom from burning)
  2. Spray the foil and crockpot with non stick spray
  3. Set crockpot on high heat
  4. Set the streusel mix aside from the boxed mix.
  5. Add all remaining ingredients together and stir well by hand
  6. Pour the cake batter into the crockpot
  7. Top with the streusel mix, spreading evenly across the top
  8. Top with the chopped pecans
  9. Cover the top of the crockpot with a dish towel and then place the lid on top of the dish towel. (this will absorb the excess moisture which builds up)
  10. Cook on high heat for approximately one hour.
  11. Cake is done when toothpick inserted into center comes out clean.
  12. Cooking times may vary depending on your crockpot.

The allspice combined with the pumpkin gives this coffee cake that fall flavor explosion we all love! The house smells delicious while its cooking too!

Crockpot Struesel Pumpkin Coffee

Quick Tip

When baking in the crockpot, be sure to stretch a dish towel across the top and then place the lid on. The towel will absorb the excess moisture which tends to build up in the crockpot during the cooking time. This is a good trick for cooking anything in the crockpot but if you are cooking something for a long time, the towel will become wet and drip onto the counter. Experience is the best teacher!

Crockpot Struesel Pumpkin Coffee Cake collage


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  1. This looks soooooooooooooooo good! You had me at pumpkin streusel and coffee! So yummy and you can make it in crockpot. So convenient. I will definitely be trying this one! Thanks for sharing.

  2. I had to buy mini pumpkins for my kids to paint in their classes and I was to use them to make something. This is perfect! My teenager and I are the only ones out of our family of 6 that like to eat pumpkin pie so I rarely make anything pumpkin but I hate for the mini pumpkins to go to waste. Thank you for sharing with #foodpornthursdays and I hope you will join us for our last one this week!
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  3. So many things you can make in a crock pot which I didn’t know. I actually don’t have a crock pot now although had one back in the 80s. Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe with us at #WednesdaysWisdom and see you next time!
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  4. It looks so moist and delicious! I’ve only made a chocolate molten cake in the crockpot, but I’m gonna give this one a try. I like that it only has a few ingredients and they are all fall favorites! Wish I had a piece for a late breakfast!
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