Tuesday, September 24, 2013

TCS ~ SEPTEMBER 2013 ~ Butterscotch Cream Roll-Up

We at
(above: do drop by for a visit!)
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baked our 2nd last cake from
Currently Baking From:
Vintage Cakes by Julie Richardson
I love love this particular cakebook
and am sorry that we only have another cake left
with it before we start on our new book
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~ Butterscotch Cream Roll-up ~
I made the full recipe
 
 
but used pistachios instead of sliced almonds
a very light sponge cake
with an extra light cream filling
but my first time making butterscotch ~ a success I might say!
a tall roll up cake
go visit H E R E to see 
the results of my fellow TCS members
and get the RECIPE HERE!
update ~ DH shared this slice with me for breakkie
 packed for distribution
 cake's firmer after overnight in the fridge
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9 comments:

  1. Emily your cake look so good. The butterscotch was so yummy, wasn't it? I really like the idea of pistachios too.

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  2. Wonderful job like always! I love how delicious it looks, the color of the cake itself as it came out of the oven is a beautiful, perfect golden! Great job! Neat idea to change almonds for pistachios. Thanks for sharing the invitation to join our group.

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  3. Hi Emily,
    Cakes looks wonderful and yummy with the butterscotch cream!
    Have fun with the new book! :)

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  4. Oh wow, what a delicious cake! Love the butter scotch on the cake.

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  5. A complete success! I love that you used pistachios. What a great combo!

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  6. Love how you've crowned the cake with nuts in symmetrical circles, Emily. Gorgeous!

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  7. You did a wonderful job! I love the pistachios.

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  8. Love the extra sauce drizzle! I should have done that when I served the cake :(

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  9. Oh that turned out so wonderful! And using pistachios I bet tasted so yummy!!

    :)
    Holly

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