Simple, clean flavors make this orange cake a year-round go-to.
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This cake is sweet but not cloyingly so, with a lovely texture of apples and almonds making for a superb brunch or after dinner cake experience.
This chocolate cake is rich and dense, punctuated with soft morsels of ripe bananas and the meaty bite of walnuts...and, it can be mixed by hand.
Chocolate and bananas come together in this simple, moist bundt cake.
Normally, ground nuts are my go-to when it comes to adding toppings and layers to bundt cakes, but here I went with a full cup of toasted sesame seeds and freshly grated orange zest to complement the orange blossom water in the cake. As an accompaniment, gently simmered peach slices rest on the thick pieces cake.
Moist and buttery with a hint of orange blossom flavor, this sesame-topped bundt cake is perfect with ripe summer peaches.
This cake is chocolatey but not too sweet, with a a moist, dense crumb. It can be finished with a dusting of powdered sugar, and keeps quite well wrapped tightly in plastic or foil....
Amy Scherber's mother loved to bake gingerbread, especially during the winter months, when the sweet, spicy aroma would fill the kitchen and warm the entire house. Years later, Amy, who is the owner of Amy's Bread in New York City...
The Bundt pan was invented in the 1950s by a man named H. David Dalquist. The pan was based on a traditional ceramic dish with a similar ringed shape. Though Dalquist's version was lighter and easier to use than the...