Chocolate Raspberry Cake. Chocolate Raspberry Cake – moist chocolate cake layered with raspberry jam, topped with raspberry cheesecake frosting and fresh red raspberries.
A new layer cake recipe by our contributor, Tessa Huff. For the past decade or so, I’ve tried to make homemade treats for Valentine’s Day. I can recall the failed DIY candy bars, the blobby, hollow “heart-shaped” macarons, the wet, oozing chocolate-dipped strawberries, and even the year our kitchen was packed away in moving boxes and my husband and I scarfed down an entire bag of conversation hearts. Matcha cake with black sesame buttercream. Clues cake: preheat oven to 350. for an 8-inch cake, grease two 8-inch round cake pans and line the bottoms with parchment. for medium or mini cakes, grease a half sheet pan (18" x 13") and line the bottom with parchment. in a large bowl, whisk together all the dry ingredients. in a medium bowl, whisk together all the wet ingredients except for the boiling water. whisk the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and then stir in the boiling water. it will be a very thin batter. pour into cake pans and bake until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean. begin checking for doneness at 20 minutes for a sheet pan and 28 minutes for round cakes. if you're making a round cake, let the cakes cool in the pans for 10 minutes, and then turn the cakes onto a lightly greased cooling rack. make your frosting (below) and decorate as desired. frosting:
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They are my ultimate comfort food, especially the home baked ones. Nothing beats the smell of freshly baked cookies, it's like a hug. For your nostrils. Okay that sounds weird, but hopefully you know what I mean. Right now, I'm home alone for the first time in ages and looking forward to curling up on the couch with a glass of milk and a plate of warm, gooey cookies. Red Velvet Cupcakes with Blueberry Cream Cheese Icing. I blame this on the cupcake wrappers.
I’m actually not kidding. It has been way too long since I shared a recipe on the blog and I thought that since 4th of July is right around the corner, it was about time I used the cute little American Flag cupcake wrappers that have been in my drawer for over a year. Given my current obsession with blueberries (they are a required part of my daily breakfast), I wanted to incorporate them into the dessert somehow. For inspiration, I started to flip through my United Cakes of America cookbook and immediately stopped on the red velvet cupcake page. Chai + Salted Pistachio Morning Cake. The Seventh DuchessBlogRecipesChai + Salted Pistachio Morning Cake Archives 1 cup flour 1/2 cup [packed] brown sugar 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp baking soda pinch of salt 1 Tablespoon The Empress of India chai tea 2 Tablespoon browned butter 1/2 cup low fat buttermilk 1 tsp vanilla 1 large egg, room temperature glaze: 1/2 tsp vanilla 1/2 cup powdered sugar 1 Tablespoon milk or cream topping: 1/4 cup shelled, roasted pistachios, roughly chopped sprinkle of Himalayan Pink salt Servings: 6.
Earl Grey Tea, Blueberry and Lemon Cake. A.k.a the most sophisticated loaf cake you’ll ever eat.
(There’s poppy seeds in there too – HELlo – but that would make the title even longer than it already is). The loaf cake started out as an idea for a flavour pairing whilst I was drinking a cup of Earl Grey. It has always been my favourite tea – there’s something so dreamy about the aroma, exuding calmness and comfort. Chocolate Buttermilk Cake with Earl Grey Icing & Salted Caramel. For the Cake:1 1/2 cups plain/all-purpose flour1 1/2 cups granulated sugar2 tsp baking soda1 tsp salt3/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder1 1/2 sticks butter, melted3/4 cup buttermilk2 larges eggs2 large egg whites Preheat oven to 350°F.
Grease then line a 8-9 inch cake pan with baking paper. In a large mixing bowl, sift together flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt; set aside. With an electric mixer, combine cocoa and 3 tablespoons hot water until a thick paste forms (this process intensifies the chocolate flavor). Add butter, buttermilk, eggs, and egg whites; beat until combined. For the Earl Grey Icing:2 large egg whites3/4 cup tightly packed brown sugar1/4 tsp cream of tartar1/8 tsp salt1/2 cup strongly brewed Earl Grey tea Beat egg whites in an electric mixer until foamy & thick, they should mound, but not peak.
For the salted caramel, use this recipe from Brown Eyed Baker. To assemble, spread icing on the cake and spoon cooled caramel over the top. Like this: Like Loading... Mocha Marble Cake with Choc Coffee Beans. I'm not exactly sure how it happened.
I used to be one of those people who almost never drank coffee, who would gloat at the people who would stumble around bleary eyed until they had their morning caffeine hit, who would get by on cups of tea with my breakfast. Super Chocolatey Cupcakes w/ Matcha Green Tea Frosting. There are two things–no wait, three things you should know about me: 2.
I love to take secret, sneaky pictures of strangers doing strange things in public. 3. Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting Recipe. Devil’s Mini-Cupcakes with Lemon Cream Cheese Frosting. I made these little cakes for my son’s school birthday party. We’d been arguing for a while if they should (or should not) have colored sprinkles on their tops. Tim kept saying that the sprinkles could significantly increase the cupcakes’ popularity. Well, I had my own counterarguments, and I won after all.
They were very well received nevertheless. The cupcake batter is a famous Flo Braker’s devil’s food cake; the one that Alice Medrich tried to improve but couldn’t make it any better. Makes 48 mini-cupcakes For the cupcakes: Unfussy Apple Cake Recipe. I love this apple cake - here's how it came into being. I accumulated seven different kinds of apples over the past ten days or so.
Not really on purpose (election anxiety?) , but it happened regardless. There are Rome Beauties in the crisper, Honeycrisps in the refrigerator, Fujis in a bowl on my kitchen island, Braeburns and Galas still in a grocery bag on the counter, and a mix of three tiny heirlooms that found their way into my purse.
Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake. Sometimes a really simple cake is best, and that is usually how I classify a coffee cake. Even though they generally have a streusel or crumb topping, the cakes don’t need any frosting and never require the same time commitment that a layer cake does. It is also nice that coffee cake lends itself to many different flavor variations, so no matter how simple, it is never boring. This coffee cake is a plain vanilla buttermilk cake with chocolate chips mixed into the batter and topped with cinnamon streusel.
It straddles the line between a breakfast cake and a dessert cake for two reasons. First, the chocolate is a desserty addition because coffee cakes often stick with fruit – blueberries, strawberries, etc. – as a mix-in. Speaking of the topping, this is not the kind of cake that has an extra-thick layer of crumb topping. Bake for Happy Kids: A Very-Homely Chocolate Cake (Barefoot Contessa) Hello everyone, I'm back to Melbourne and blogging... My family and I had a great time in Seoul and Singapore. We missed everything in Korea and Singapore especially the beautiful views of both cities, both contrasting but nice weather, cherry blossom in Korea and lots of yummy Korean and Singaporean food. Of all, I missed most is my home with all the people that I love and all that have loved me.
Cranberry Buttermilk Loaf. I love a versatile recipe. It’s fun to mix up fruits and flavors without having to sweat the details of flour, leavening, etc. This recipe makes a great tasting loaf no matter how I mix it up. Since the fat – butter in this case, though you can use vegetable oil of you prefer – is melted, no creaming is necessary and it only takes about 5 minutes to put together the batter. A very quick quick bread, no? Blueberry and White Chocolate Coffee Cake. Sometimes, the best part of a coffee cake is the crumble topping that sits on top of it. Lemon Cornmeal Breakfast Cake. Triple berry summer buttermilk bundt. Lemon Blackberry Coffee Cake with Lemon Streusel. This Lemon Blackberry Coffee Cake is another recipe that takes advantage of fresh, summertime berries. I, obviously, used blackberries in this case.
Lemon cake. I have this theory, or shall we call it a personality disposition, that nothing is ever really perfect. While I would argue this pickiness is unfortunate outside the kitchen — “This date would have been even more perfect if I’d ordered the eggplant and not the chicken.” “I love my haircut except this completely unnoticeable thing going on in the back.” — within the confines of the galley walls, I think nit-picking, when done quietly, helps us become better cooks.
Chocolate Chocolate Chip Banana Bread. I always have the best of intentions when I buy barely yellow bananas at the grocery store. I have visions of healthy breakfast shakes, peanut butter and banana sandwiches, and healthy mid afternoon snacks. Without fail the bananas turn brown and speckled. Pear Spice Cake with Walnut Praline Topping.
Kid Table. Can we talk about the Kid Table? The Kid Table was something that I had to endure every holiday from the age of three to um…. present. Lemon Glazed Spice Cake with Whipped Cream. I sometimes daydream about spending a day holding a sign, perched on some sort of stoop at the base of a freeway off ramp. Totally random daydream, right? Roasted Strawberry Buttermilk Cake. Say… hypothetically… you’re stalking someone on Facebook. Totally hypothetical. Raspberry buttermilk cake. Raspberry Almond Swirl Bread. Peanut Butter Crumble Cake. Banana Buttermilk Chocolate Cake. Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Coffee Cake.
Orange chocolate chunk cake. Everyday chocolate cake.