Once in a while, we still have to have a rich, tasty, dessert
even when we're diabetic or dieting. This one has about 1/3 less carbs than a regular lemon velvet cake. It's still a little high if you're watching your carbs so mind your serving sizes. It's NOT low carb but it is significantly lower than regular.
We just LOVE this shake. You can adjust the amount of coffee granules to suit your taste. I use just 1/2 tablespoon but you can use up to 2 full tablespoons. Crumble extra cookies over the top for a decorative look.
Oh, this is good! It's not too complicated to make but tastes like heaven on a plate. Makes a really special dessert that's fancy enough for the holiday table. It takes about an hour to an hour and a half to complete from start to finish. Be sure to bring all the cold ingredients up to room temperature as failure to do so will effect the end result.
This is a great, easy way to bake small cakes for 2 people. They're a fun project for kids and adults alike. I have several "little" recipes for cakes and desserts for just 2 people and all of them can be baked in tin cans using this technique. Here are a few of them: recipe #369222, recipe #369220, and recipe #369159
This is my favorite little vanilla pound cake. It's perfect for 2 people. It makes a great base for strawberry shortcakes! Top it with whipped cream and drizzle with chocolate... yum. I have done a bunch of diferent things with this perfect little cake. It has a wonderful texture and melts in your mouth. You can easily double this but don't double the baking soda, just leave it at 1/8 teaspoon.
You'll love this perfect chocolicious little pound cake. It really fits the bill when you're having a chocolate attack and don't need a full size cake. Serve it with whipped cream and chocolate sauce... yum! This doubles very nicely when you need a little more but still don't need a big dessert. When doubling, don't double the baking soda, just leave it at 1/8 teaspoon.
I adore this little lemon pound cake. It's the perfect size when you just need enough for 2 people. The bonus is... it's quick and easy to put together. I can have this in the oven in less then 5 minutes. How great is that?!? This doubles very nicely for when you need a little more but still don't need a big dessert. When doubling, don't double the baking soda, just leave it at 1/8 teaspoon.
This yummy pudding is so easy to make and tastes so much better than store bought or boxed mixes. I really like knowing exactly what's in the food we eat. Give this one a try, you'll never go back to the boxed pudding again!
You'll love this delicious chocolate chip cake from Toll House. It can be made as a layer cake or a Bundt cake. Both are great! I found it in an old Better Homes and Gardens recipe booklet from the late 70's. It is different from all the other recipes I've found. It's a yellow cake with chocolate chips and creamy, delicious, chocolate buttercream icing! Be sure to use the mini-morsels because the regular ones will sink down to the bottom. If you just need a rich, chocolatey buttercream frosting, I have also posted the frosting separately. It is recipe #384599.
We love this wonderfully sweet pineapple cake! It's absolutely luscious! It's so cold and refreshing on a hot summer day. Everyone loves this cake, especially my little girl. Make this the day before you serve it if you can. It gives the flavors a chance to blend.
What a great pound cake! I found this recipe on the wrapper of Hershey's Milk Chocolate Chips. I am a pound cake finatic so I had to try it. We LOVED it. Give it a try. You can never go wrong with a Hershey's recipe.
This is the recipe for the fabulous red velvet cake from the famous Bubble Room in Captiva Island, Florida. People all over the world have dreams of this wonderful cake that they enjoyed while vacationing in Florida. Although there are many recipes for this famous cake, we think this is the best red velvet cake we've ever had.
This is the recipe for the famous Orange Crunch Cake from the Bubble Room in Captiva Island, Florida. It has developed quite a cult following. We love it. I hope you do, too. The added bonus-it's pretty easy to put together.
I found this one in bon appetit's July '09 issue and I'm posting it for my friend chef #1072593 cause she loves these praline cakes so much. She's got me dying to make one but I haven't gotten to it yet. So this one's for chef #1072593 Note: prep time is cooling time.
This is the recipe directly from Wilton's website for their chocolate buttercream decorating icing. You can make it soft and spreadable or as stiff as you need by adjusting the amount of milk or water you add. Just follow the directions and it'll come out perfect every time.
I love this stuff! I also really love that it's quick and easy to make. You don't have to cook the caramel cause you use ice cream topping caramel for this! The recipe came directly from Wilton's website. You can make it soft and spreadable or as stiff as you need by adjusting the amount of milk you add. Just follow the directions and it'll come out perfect every time.
This is absolutely delicious! It makes just enough to fill between the layers of a 3 layer cake or fill 24 cupcakes with about a tablespoon of filling each. It's quick, easy and adds something extra special to banana, pumpkin, cinnamon, spice, yellow and several other cakes and cupcakes. The recipe came directly from the Wilton website.