Chestnut Praline Coffee Bundt Cake #BundtBakers

This Christmas cake does not disappoint. While it is not difficult but it is a bit time consuming. Hint: Don’t start baking this cake at your bedtime. Also, the Praline Sauce requires patience. Just keep on whisking until it liquifies into a sauce. Once the bourbon and heavy cream are added, it turns into a lump in the pan. Don’t worry, it thins with time and patience and perfect to add the chopped chestnuts.

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Vanilla Almond Pound Cake #BundtBakers

This wonderful Vanilla Almond Pound Cake is so very tasty and moist, it doesn’t even need any icing or glaze. I plan to follow the recipe to the letter for the first time. Next time, I’d like to add a little boozy glaze. I just love a boozy little glaze.

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Scone Week 2017 – Classic Snickers Scones #ISW

Once again I found time to work with my favorite media, scones! For me, baking can be a very creative outlet . Above all other recipes, scones are my most adored. They come together easily and the final result is always delicious; scone recipes are quite varied from savory to cream scones to sweet scones. I especially love how scone recipes can be slightly altered, yet produce something all together unique.

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German’s Chocolate Scones #ISW2016

I’ve been impatiently waiting for International Scone Week all year. I knew the scones I wanted to present but it took a lot of research to find a starting point. Now that it’s here, I hope my recipe won’t disappoint.

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