I recently received an awesome miniature bundt cake pan as a gift. Or, maybe it’s called a mini-fluted pan. Whatever it’s called, it makes these adorable little doughnut-esque cakes. For my first recipe I made these little lemon cakes. They turned out great and can be served individually, no knife required. I’m looking forward to making more of these little cakes with different recipes. Enjoy!
This recipe is billed as a “cake,” but everyone who saw it referred to it as a “brownie.” I suppose we could go into a philosophical debate about the point in which a cake reaches a high enough density to be called a brownie, but it’s probably just easier to enjoy without thinking about it too much. If you insist on defining it maybe we could think of a new word (Cownie? Brake?) Basically, if you like chocolate I think you’ll like this. Enjoy!
It’s been a bit since my last post, but I’ve still been baking! This is the first cake I’ve ever made in a cast iron skillet pan so maybe it has some extra iron in it. It goes great with coffee, tea, or whatever your beverage of choice is. Or, just have it anytime. Enjoy!
These “brownies” were intense. I suppose you could also call it a cheesecake…or a really dense red velvet cake-whatever floats your boat. Although, I’m not sure these brownies would be floating on any boats. They are dense, rich, and very moist. I’m fairly certain they’d sink in water. These were also really awesome because the swirled look makes them look very professional, despite being very easy to make.
Here’s a little break from pumpkin mania (don’t worry I’m not done with pumpkin yet). This coffee cake is like a cheesecake…except it’s a COFFEE cake, making it socially acceptable to eat in the morning. Of course if you want to just eat straight-up cheesecake in the morning that’s totally cool too.
Here’s the recipe, enjoy!
What can I say? It’s fall and I’m taking advantage of making as many pumpkin-based recipes I can before people get utterly sick of it and need a break from the orange squashes for ten months.
I made these into cupcakes instead of a layer cake, but you can do it however you want. Enjoy!
Well it’s definitely summer here with the temperatures hitting the triple digits most days. A lot of people hate the extreme heat, but personally I’m willing to go through a couple months of heat in exchange for not having an extreme winter to deal with.
One thing I think everyone would agree is great about the summer though is peaches. Peaches are in season here and of all of the simple, sweet pleasures in life peaches have got to be pretty high on the list. You know what else is pretty high on the list? Cake. Therefore, eating peach cake has got to bring you pretty close to total enlightenment. Try it for yourself. Here is the recipe. Enjoy!