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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National Bundt Cake Day ~ Amarula Bundt Cake

I don’t think the average bear person keeps this Cream Liqueur on hand and I wanted to be asauthenticate as possible with the ingredients. I also had to get some caramel essence as frankly, I didn’t know what it was. I wondered if I could have just used homemade caramel in its place. I’ll let you know the outcome.

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Strawberry Bundt Cake with White Chocolate Ganache #BundtBakers

Once I saw this cake, I knew I had to make it. It fit the theme, looks fabulous and I’m salivating just thinking about any leftover ganache, which will go right in my tummy. Hope I don’t increase the recipe by much,{lol}. This cake does contain a lot of ingredients, some a little pricey like the white and dark chocolate. If it seems to be too much of a task to make, remember it can be accomplished over a couple of days. If I can do it, I’m sure you will too. Plus, it really IS worth the effort.

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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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