Tagged: ‘bundt pan’

The Original Tunnel of Fudge Cake

The Tunnel of Fudge Cake is somewhat of a legend in cake making land and precursor to the now-hot restaurant dessert of individual chocolate cakes with a oozing, under baked center that looks like a thick sauce. Tunnel of Fudge was a Pillsbury Bake

Its still going strong/ the 44th Pillsbury Bake Off for home cooks last April at the Waldorf Astoria Orlando hotel/photo courtesy of FoodGal Carolyn Jung, who was a judge for the Sweet Things category/the grand prize is a cool $1 Mil Cash

Off Winner decades ago and has never lost its appeal.

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Bob’s Mud Cake/Chocolate Cake of the Month

There is Mud Cake and there is Mud Cake. The always-fudgey cake takes its name after the thick mud of the Mississippi River banks, needs a glug of bourbon just like on the old riverboats, and is a card-carrying member of the Southern baking repertoire along with banana pudding and baking powder biscuits.

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Gorgeous Bundt Cakes- Cranberry Orange Pound Cake

Ever since its debut in the 1950s, the bundt cake pan has become de rigeur in every baker’s equipment stable. Originally a whimsical alternate to the smooth angel food cake tube pan, the bundt mold with its fetching large-lobed flute design transforms a simple tube cake into a gourmet gateaux by visuals alone.

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Old World Poundcake

I have a passion for poundcakes. Of course they are dense and rich, they’re meant to be, but for a birthday or special occasion holiday, it is a dessert cake that reigns supreme.
I grew up with poundcake. By a baker named Sara Lee.

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“In A Pinch” Chocolate Chocolate Cake

You won’t believe this cake. It is really excellent. And the easiest, no brainer, bake-up-perfect-every-time little tube cake. With Valentine’s Day, the universal day of chocolate, is there not someone you need to make feel special by bringing them a homemade chocolate cake? No matter what level baker you are, you will love this cake.

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