Cranberry and pistachio bundt cake. Gluten and dairy free cranberry and pistachio bundt cake It has been very, very cold in Seattle.
Sun and freeze. And all of us waiting for the snow that never came. How To Make a One-Bowl Vanilla Cake. Sometimes you need a cake — like, now — and getting out a stand mixer and dirtying a few bowls isn't ideal.
It's often in these situations we lean on cake mixes to get a cake in the oven. Inspired by the virtues of cake mix (it is easy and reliable, after all) we set out to create an everyday vanilla cake — something sweet but sturdy and resilient that we could quickly turn into everything from an everyday coffee cake to cupcakes to a giant ice cream cake sandwich. How To Make Light, Airy Pavlova. Despite being named after a world-class ballerina, I can't help but think of the pavlova as a rather humble and homely thing.
I love the way the billowy whipped cream slumps into the cracked surface of the meringue, making a cozy nest for the fruit to rest. But perhaps the pavlova was named for the way it tastes: an arabesque of sweetness, a leap of airy confection, the beloved pas de deux of fresh fruit and cream. Like Anna Pavlova herself, it's perfect. What Is Pavlova? The hallmark of this beloved New Zealand and Australian dessert is that amazing, plate-sized layer of meringue.
One-Bowl Tres Leches Cake. Popular throughout Latin America, tres leches is a buttery cake baked and then soaked in a combination of evaporated milk, sweetened condensed milk, and whole milk, hence the "three milks" name.
While milk-soaked cake might sound soggy, this cake is the perfect summertime cake, thanks to its cool serving temperature. The cake acts as a sponge for the milk mixture and takes on a rich pudding-like texture after the milks are added. The Ultimate Peanut Butter Chocolate Icebox Cake. Look, I have zero restraint when it comes to chocolate and peanut butter and showed none in creating this over-the-top chocolate peanut butter icebox cake.
Not even trying to humble-brag here — this is the best chocolate peanut butter no-bake dessert that ever existed. Built on the back of the classic buckeye candy, this icebox cake is a decadent Reese's-lover's dream. Easy Lemon Cake with Whipped Raspberry Frosting. Spring demands lemony desserts, and boy do we have one for you.
It's a team effort between layers of sunny lemon cake and the lightest, just-sweet-enough whipped raspberry frosting with the prettiest pink hue. Scatter some fresh berries and extra lemon zest over top and you're good to go. Best of all, this impressive cake comes together with a single bowl (you'll need one more for the whipped cream) and a lineup of basic ingredients from the pantry and fridge. If you need a fast-and-fancy dessert to take to dinner with the new neighbors or something special for a bridal shower, this cake fits the bill for the most special occasions while still being easy enough for a weeknight.
With some basics from the pantry and fridge, this impressive cake is one to remember when celebration season hits. One-Bowl Vanilla Bundt Cake with Chocolate Glaze. I often forget just how awesome Bundt pans are.
Case in point? This one-bowl vanilla Bundt cake with chocolate glaze. It's as simple as our one-bowl vanilla cake baked in a Bundt pan to make it even prettier and then gilded with a layer of rich chocolate glaze. Bundt cakes are an easy way to turn everyday cakes into something special. The best part, though? Best of: Thanksgiving Baking + Dessert Recipes – Design*Sponge. There’s no denying that we have a sweet tooth here at Design Sponge.
Dessert is definitely my favorite part of Thanksgiving, and most holidays. A pie or cake are also easy dishes to bake and take if you’re a guest during the holidays, or even if you just want one (or a selection!) For your own celebration. In the Kitchen With: The Easiest Mother’s Day Pound Cake – Design*Sponge. When my grandmother was alive, I don’t think there was ever a holiday we celebrated together without a pound cake (and a sweet potato pie) on the table.
Though my grandmother’s were always vanilla pound cakes, when I tasted baker Robin Broughton-Smith’s Lemon Pound Cake, it was like being back at the holiday table. Just the texture of the buttery cake reminded me of the family gathering together, most everyone focused on the savory parts of the meal, while I couldn’t wait for the pound cake. Dark Molasses Gingerbread Cake. This is a cake that should come with a warning: Only proceed if you love molasses.
If you do love molasses and its dark, bitter sweetness, then proceed immediately, and with haste. This cake is dark, fudgy, damp and rich. It's like a chocolate cake for people who don't like chocolate. I am one of those people who loves molasses even more than chocolate — I love how it balances sugar sweetness with bitterness and a cascade of funky sour notes. Dark Molasses Gingerbread Cake. Cocoa & Toast Bread Pudding. When we were kids, a day of winter romping was always — always! — followed by mugs of cocoa and a plate of buttered toast. This was a given. It was inconceivable that one would not be followed by the other. In the spirit of all things cozy and warm, I give to you this bread pudding. Peanut Butter and Chocolate Graveyard Dirt Cake. I'll be honest: dirt cake has never really been my thing.
Most versions involve pudding filled with fake flavoring, gobs of non-dairy whipped topping and Day-Glo gummy worms — a dream come true for kids or a big crowd of drunk dudes (more on that later), but I need a little more. Like two layers of homemade pudding, one lightly salted peanut butter, the other dark chocolate, that together taste like the grown up version of a Reese's peanut butter cup, sandwiched between two layers of crumbled cookie.
Birthday Cake Recipe. I made birthday cake for myself this year. Or maybe I should say cakes, plural. I made one small cake, and a pair of tiny cakes. When they were cooled and frosted I lined a plate with parchment paper, placed the cakes on top, then pushed them into the back of my car before slamming the trunk. Maple Huckleberry Coffee Cake Recipe. I bought some seductively aromatic, wild huckleberries from Far West Fungi. They were deep violet in color and sweet, tart, and floral in flavor. I ate a big handful and decided to bake the rest into a maple-accented, crumble-crowned coffee cake - the finale of a lunch I was making for my sis. Maple is a nice match for many berries and I made it my sweetener of choice for this cake. In the back of my mind, I was aiming for a rustic cake that used no white sugar and no white flour.
Olive Oil and Whiskey Carrot Cake. Making Ursula's birthday cake is always an exercise in balance. I learned my lesson big time last year when she asked for a rainbow cake and I decided to take the opportunity of her turning six, combined with the fact that the rainbow has six colors, to make her a six-layer chocolate cake frosted with a different color of the rainbow from the bottom up; red. . . orange . . . yellow. . . you get the idea.
I almost didn't see life on the other side of that cake and swore I'd take it easier this year. Olive Oil and Whiskey Carrot Cake. Essential Recipe: Chocolate Layer Cake Recipes from The Kitchn. No-Bake Strawberry Icebox Cake. Cherry-Almond Poke Cake. Maple Huckleberry Coffee Cake Recipe. Bay Leaf Pound Cake Recipe. Weekend Dessert Recipe: Frozen Chocolate Oreo Ice Cream Cake. Gingerbread Red Velvet Cake. Julia's Afternoon Cake. Apple Cranberry Cake with Brown Sugar Buttercream. Torta.Pavlova. Pumpkin Swiss Cake Roll with Hazelnut Buttercream — Dessert Recipes from The Kitchn. Torta. Café. Torta. Limón. Torta. Banana. Torta. Chocolate. Torta Invertida. Frutas. Torta. Melazas. Torta. Frutilla Helada. Sin cocción.
Torta. Manzana Invertida. Torta. Lavanda. Torta. Baklava. Torta. Limón + Yogurt. Torta. Mango + Coco.