Remember when I said I didn’t make a lot of cheesecake and I wanted to correct that? Well, I’m working on it, and I’m glad to say this is the best cheesecake I’ve made so far :)
It’s been over 2 weeks, but here’s the post on my birthday cake :) This year I knew I wanted: a. pink, because it’s my favorite color; b. funfetti, because it’s fun (duh); and c. raspberry, because it’s my favorite fruit and I’m trying to empty my freezer. I also wanted to take it over the top with a pile of (23) pink sprinkle mini donuts.
Can you believe I’m actually posting holiday-related desserts on time? St. Patrick’s day is a great excuse to make this cheesecake, although you may want to make it year-round, because it’s so good. When I saw this recipe for Guinness caramel sauce, I knew at once that I wanted to put it on top of a cheesecake.
I’m back with another Daring Bakers challenge! We kicked off the year with a European delicacy: baumkuchen, otherwise known as tree cake. It’s so called because the multiple layers resemble the rings of a tree, especially on the original cylindrical cake, which is baked on a spit and is then cut into rings.
Hi guys! I’ve been on holiday the past week, so this Christmas post got a little left behind, sorry about that! I saw this cute idea for cakes in a cup at The Pink Whisk. I made them with the holidays in mind, but the great thing about them is that they can be adapted to fit different festivities (like Valentines, coming up), provided that you can get your hands on matching paper cups.