Definition of Crumb cake
1. Noun. Cake or coffeecake topped with a mixture of sugar and butter and flour.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Crumb Cake
Literary usage of Crumb cake
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Anglo-Chinese Cook Book by R. Calder-Marshall, Margaret S. Bryant (1916)
"2, 246 Rich Christmas cake, 246 Wedding cake, 24« Soda cake, 246 Fruit cake, 247 Potato cake, 247 Queen cake, 247 crumb cake, 247 Date loaf cake, ..."
2. Larkin Housewives' Cook Book: Good Things to Eat and how to Prepare Them by Larkin Co (1915)
"... OH,O. crumb cake Two and one-half cups flour, one and one-half cups brown sugar, one-half cup butter. Mix together the same as piecrust. ..."
3. Okay, Girls by Helen Gilbert (2006)
"Local bakeries sold crumb cake, a fancy cake called Charlotte Russe with a delicious cream filling served in a paper cup, and cinnamon buns that we called ..."