There are different variations to this lemon bundt cake that are super easy to make. Our favorite is the way it is made in the video & in the recipe instructions, with lemon, almond and poppy-seed, but you can experiment if you’re not a lemon lover *gasp*!
If you want to impress your special someone for Valentine’s Day look no further than this cake! I like to make a fun special dinner for my family on Valentine’s Day with a decadent dessert. Don’t let this white chocolate raspberry jello cake fool you, though. It’s a dressed up box cake mix with everyone’s favorite jiggly indulgence on top.
Hi everyone, it’s Gina visiting again from Kleinworth & Co.! Are you excited to be kicking off the Holiday Season? I know that I have a whole lot of baking to do in the next couple months & I’m sure you do too. Which is probably why October 10th is Cake Decoration Day. So to help celebrate that, I thought I would share with you all a cake decorating tutorial today.
You see, my mom was an expert cake decorator & did it professionally for most of her adult life. I grew up watching her & picking up a few things here & there along the way. I so wish I had paid more attention to the finer details because now that I have all her tools I feel like I have so much to learn. There is a lot to know about cake decorating!! One thing I remember her doing ALL THE TIME was creating these Parchment Decorating Bags. When you are piping icing – these simple little disposable bags are the easiest way to draw or write on whatever you are decorating. Because they are small it makes them so much easier to handle. Let me show you just how to make your own.
I’m a cake girl. Donuts, candy, cookies… I could take or leave. But, cake?? I’m all over it. Banana Cake, Strawberry Cake, Chocolate Cake and Toffee Coffee Cake, baby. This is a simple cake, that’s great served warm with ice cream, or room temp, with a dollop of whipped cream. Have you ever looked up the definition for ‘dollop’? Get this: “a shapeless mass or blob of something.” That kinda sound gross. Definitely does not do justice for the heaven that is whipped cream.
So, this Toffee Coffee Cake recipe comes from Hershey’s. I knew I needed it in my life, the minute I saw it was filled with pieces of Heath Bar. Oh, and then there’s the fact that it’s cake.
Let’s get to it…
Hey there! It’s Mel from So Festive! So remember how I’m all about simple ways to celebrate? Today I’m sharing an easy Fourth of July flag cake that you can whip up in an hour. Seriously. First, make your favorite kind of cupcakes. Then frost them with your favorite frosting. You can find a delicious homemade frosting recipe here, just omitting the cocoa.
Keep reading to find out how to easily take your patriotic celebrations up a notch! (… a delicious notch!)
Hi everyone! This is Zainab from Blahnik Baker. I am so happy to be sharing another fun recipe with you today. How’s your April been? I hope you are having a great start of spring as we welcome the warm weather finally. It’s been a little busy with the end of the school year for me but I am very excited for summer to come! Today, I am bringing you a new favorite spring-inspired, yet classic cake. Coconut is my all time favorite flavor but if we are being honest here, I am a fan of all things tropical; mango, coconut, pineapple, kiwi you name it. So whenever spring rolls around and the weather starts warming up, I start craving these flavors, especially coconut. If you look at my recipe index over at Blahnik Baker, you will see this slight obsession 🙂 But I can’t help it. I blame coconut for being a perfect match for so many things. Like this chocolate coconut pound cake that highlights the wonderful combination of creamy coconut with the decadence of chocolate.
Banana Split Mini Bundt Cakes are such a Fun Treat! Moist Banana Cake is Filled with Pineapple, and Topped with Strawberry Buttercream, Chocolate Sauce, Peanuts, and a Cherry on Top. Perfect for your next Party!
When I think of Spring, I think of birthday parties. Both my boys were Spring babies, and I love that! When they were first born, I loved that just when we were ready to venture out of our little cocoon, gorgeous warm breezes were beckoning us to go on long stroller walks. And now that they’re bigger, I love that presents, parties, and games are there for them, just when their house-bound stir-craziness is at a fever pitch.
Since baking’s my favorite, I always try to come up with something super-special and fun for them on their birthdays. I think these Banana Split Mini Bundt Cakes definitely fit the bill!
Happy November to y’all at Or so she says I’m in a bit of denial this year about the Holidays… what happened? A whole year gone. It’s time to get in the swing of it and what better way than to get some Holiday Baking going on in the kitchen? This Spice Cake with Cream […]
One of my favorite things about summer is when the ripe strawberries come to Costco. I love buying those big containers and munching on fresh strawberries all day long. Mmmmm! I just love those darn things. So, while the husband was away at Scout camp, this past week, I had my little sister over to keep me company. We medicated my loneliness by painting our nails, going out to eat every day, dancing in the driveway (did you see our Instagram pics?), and scarfing Strawberry Cupcakes with Strawberry Cream Cheese Frosting at midnight. Good times. We obsess over these cupcakes and they’re perfect for using up some of your Costco strawberries. They’re also perfect for loneliness.
Hi there! I’m Tanna and I blog over at The Hub of our Home. I’m so excited to be a new food contributor here on Or so she says.
My mom has been making this Double Chocolate Zucchini Cake since I was a little kid and it has always been a favorite of mine. You start with a simple chocolate cake, mix in some zucchini for moisture, sprinkle it with some chocolate chips, and top it all off with a simple powdered sugar glaze. This cake is a great way for any of you who actually have a live producing plant to use up your zucchini. Or if you are like me this cake is totally worth buying some zucchini at the store. Trust me.
So, while everyone else is holding strong to their health goals for the New Year, here I am baking cakes. Just five more days until baby numero six joins the family, and I go back and forth between the ‘I deserve this’ and ‘I’ve got to diet soon anyway’ excuse. Both of which seem to […]
I usually get the “spring fever” bug when the weather in my neck of the woods starts teasing us during February and starts warming up, but this year it’s struck me a wee bit earlier. I think it’s because of the super cold weather we’ve been having, I’m longing for the lighter nights, the smell […]