Friday, November 20, 2015

The Cake Slice Bakers ~ New Cake Book!

For those of you interested in joining the Cake Slice, a group of dedicated bakers,

 please contact Laura

our group administrator, with enquiries."

Introducing our new cakebook 
for year November 2015 to October 2016!
Maida Heatter's CAKES
Our cake choices for November 2015:
1. Irish Whiskey Cake P167
2. Kugelhopf P234
3. Apple Cranberry Muffins P300
4. Pumpkin Gingerbread P317
My mini Irish Whiskey Cakes
My first cake from Maida Heatter's CAKES!
full recipe in six mini loaves
instead of one large loaf
they taste good, but I think....
they will be FAB if you have any left
to turn into biscotti!

 Do visit us at FB to see the results of the group!


Carlee said...

What cute little loaves! I love the biscotti idea, perfect for dunking!

Emily said...

I gave two mini loaves away... as its only two of us at home. Only a half a mini loaf left, so biscotti will have to wait!

Elle said...

This cake freezes well, too, if you decide not to do biscotti. I had to make mine early, then thawed it to take to Sacramento (with photos first of course). It sliced very nicely and was well received, so thawing is no problem. Love that you did the mini cute!

OvenDelights said...

Great idea Emily! You can never go wrong with Biscotti!

Laura@ Baking in Pyjamas said...

Is this the gingerbread Emily? I can't see which one you've chosen. Whichever you choose it looks great.

Emily said...

I left it on the counter overnight and it sliced very well too. A keeper recipe... (for biscott too!)

Emily said...

Double the recipe next time! to eat as cake and dipping Biscotti!

Emily said...

Thanks for asking that question, amended! This was good!

Hazel said...

Irish whiskey minis!! I love it!! What a super idea and so lovely to see they work out.. I have a few elderly neighbors, living alone, who wouldn't eat or need a full loaf but would love a nibble of a mini! Great to see they worked out! Thanks Emily xxx

Emily said...

Minis are the way to go when there is only two of us (almost elderly) at home, and cannot afford to eat a big cake (sugar!) between the two of us!