Black Forest gâteau or Black Forest cake is a childhood emotion for me! Layers of sponge chocolate cake with cold whipped cream in between and a delicious cherry liqueur or compote in my case. And then topped with fresh cherries along with shaved chocolate.
Refreshing fresh mint and tangy lemon all whisked together in a fluffy cake batter. The Lemon Mint Cake is a perfect summer cake with delicate crumbs. It’s an effortless one bowl cake that I love to bake with Avyan.
This Mulberry Almond Cake is an easy one bowl crumbly cake. It’s a great teatime cake that you can top with some frosting of your choice, enjoy it plain or spread mulberry crushed whipped cream like how I did here.
The taste of chocolaty Nutella with the sweet and soft banana gives a lovely crumb to this Banana Nutela Cake. This definitely is a guilt free chocolate indulgence for breakfast or dessert. The Banana Nutella Cake is also loaded with some walnuts for that crunchy bite in between.
Pick all the colors you can think of, mix it with the cake batter and make the most colorful Rainbow Cake. And if you love frosting then by all means go bold on that too. I used quick butter cream frosting. Now because it’s a special cake to celebrate the festival of HOLI colorful sprinkles went on top. HOLI is after all the festival of colors!
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Delicate crumbs embossed with tiny fruit bites, Tutti Frutti Cake is a favorite to us Indians. It’s a childhood emotion to many; an after school snack with a glass of milk! It’s an easy one-bowl recipe and makes a great teatime cake.
Plum Cake is a simple summer cake with beautiful nutty crumbs from almond meal and juicy sweet plums nestled on top. The nutty almond flavor with a little bit of nutmeg and cardamom makes this a very tasty teatime plum cake. A tiny dollop of whipped heavy cream would be great on the side, but I just love this Summer Plum Cake as is, with a cup of tea.
I am not much of a baker but I do have a few cake recipes that I can completely vouch for. This one bowl olive oil chocolate cupcakes is one such recipe that I make quite often and has a lot of approvals from both adults and kids! The Olive Oil Chocolate Cupcakes come out fluffy and moist. The best part is that the batter makes exactly 12 cupcakes.
Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, drizzled with bright green herb sauce, these crab cakes with chimichurri sauce are perfect treats for any celebration. I love this kind of little fritters as a party appetizer. It’s easy to put together, can be prepped in advance and pan-fried just before guests arrive. Serve warm and wash it down with your favorite choice of drinks.
If you are a visual person like me and can gawk at food photos for hours, Himanshu's blog - The White Ramekins is one such stunning place! The colors, the props and the styling that he does are so beautiful. I simply adore his work and I am so glad he is sharing a cake with us. His Roasted Almond Cake with Strawberries and Cream is such a perfect spring cake and the colors that he used for the backdrop are so vibrant! Thank you Himanshu for taking time to share this recipe out here.
I have been ogling at Sonali's Instagram feeds and her blog Sugar et al for a long time now. The color pop that she adds to those desserts is always so mouthwatering and vibrant! I am so glad she agreed to share one of her stunning treats of my blog. Friand is one of my favorite types of cake and this particular Chocolate Hazelnut Friands with Chocolate Cream Cheese Frosting looks gorgeous! I am definitely going to give this a try as soon as I get back home.