I got a free cooking magazine in the mail on Friday, put out by the French-Canadian Martha Stewart, Ricardo. It actually had some decent recipes and I really liked the layout. One section was about a cake bar with five different types of cake, undecorated, and a selection of toppings to make a DIY dessert.
One of the recipes was for a lemon Bundt cake, which I made, using a cast iron mould that yielded six smaller cakes. There was leftover batter, so I put that in a small Bundt pan and cooked them all together. It had a crispy exterior and a crumbly and lemony (very light) interior. I gave a bunch away to a friend who had recently brought dinner over.
|Small Bundt cake sandwiched between two mini-cakes.|
|Work station for sugar cookie preparation.|
|Ready for baking.|
|The source of bunny anti-matter methinks.|
|Fresh out of the oven.|
|Outlining and Flooding|
|Simple but effective|
|A couple of ideas for decorating.|