Sunday, September 20, 2015

The Baking Bible: Honey Cake for a Sweet New Year

Moist, flavorful, easy, delicious. The whiskey and orange juice are a wonderful combination. When all the liquids are combined, the orange-whiskey-coffee-vanilla aromas made us dream of delicious cocktails. Mixing the cake took seconds.


The top crust stuck a bit in the bundt, but since the recipe is supposed to bake in a tube pan, I was happy with the results. My dear college friend, Raiuchka, was in town so we got to share the cake with her.


I'm sorry I don't have more to say; it's been a long week and weekend! We love this cake!


11 comments:

  1. I loved it! My extra piece kept me company on the long drive home. Thank you! <3

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  2. Sounds wonderful - glad you got to enjoy it that way!

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  3. Nice to know that we can bake in bundt pan too! Your cake looks wonderfully moist too!

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  4. Great crumb and texture in the bundt pan! I may have to try it again with whiskey for the holidays. I thought Kahlua would be good in it, too.

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  5. Your photographs said enough, what a beautiful bundt cake!

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  6. "Made us dream of delicious cocktails!"--that's all you need to say.

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  7. "Made us dream of delicious cocktails!"--that's all you need to say.

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  8. I found this lovely and aromatic too. I like your bundt pattern

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  9. It looks great. And yes, we loved it too!

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  10. I am very happy you loved the cake which by the way looks amazing, I love the pan..and yep I didnt had much to say on this one too! have a great week!

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  11. No more needed to be said. You pretty much said it all. We felt the same way as you--we loved it too.

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