Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Challenge, Part II

Here are a few more photos of things I baked for the guys during our Master Bath renovation:

Nutmeg Doughnut mini-muffins:
Very subtle flavor of nutmeg in a rich, buttery muffin. They are reminiscent of cake doughnuts, and after baking are brushed with butter and tossed in confectioners' sugar. The guys seemed to really like them, but one did mention that the nutmeg flavor may have been TOO subtle.
Carrot Cake mini-cupcakes with cream cheese frosting:
My standard carrot cake and cream cheese frosting recipe. This cake is so moist that it almost doesn't hold together as a cupcake. These disappeared rapidly.
Korova Sables/World Peace Cookies:
Buttery, rich, crumbly, sandy, chocolatey. These cookies are something unto themselves. Too bad they have such a cheesy name. For the recipe, check here.
A recipe by David Leibovitz, which is always a good start. These babies are ooey-gooey, rich and delicious, and the best part is that you make the batter in one pot! One pot, one spoon, one baking dish. Easiest clean-up ever. These are our new go-to brownie recipe, and won't be surpassed any time soon.

2 comments:

Starfish said...

Can I just say the brownies are possibly the best thing I've ever tasted in this entire world...Thank you.

daisy77222 said...

OMG I made the World Peace Cookies for a church bake sale this week end. Tom doesn't want me to take them out of our house!! Yummy!!!! Patti