You know, Paula Deen and sons' "cream cheese in a blanket rolled in butter and orange rind and covered in an orange juice and powdered sugar glaze" coffee cake (or "Nutty Orange Coffee Cake", as the Deens call it) actually doesn't sound bad at all, so long as you don't pour another 1/2 cup of melted butter all over it and then sprinkle a "teaspoon" of sugar on top.
Sans that last elephantine sprinkle of powdered sugar, and maybe a little less butter, I might actually have to make that. I like the "pigs in a blanket" technique they used: wrapping canned biscuit dough around slices of cream cheese, rolling them around in melted butter and then orange rind, putting it in the pan and going from there.
They roll it around in nuts, too, but I am not a big fan of nuts in my dessert (shut up). Not on cake, not in brownies, not in fudge (especially not in fudge). Just my personal preference.