FOR your next quilting bee, crafty gathering or any time at all, serving up this dessert will ensure your occasion's a real blockbuster! To piece together these delectable petit fours, simply cut a purchased pound cake into cubes and cover them with a citrus-flavored glaze. Then blanket the goodies with decorating gel in a colorful Dutchman's Puzzle design. Follow the easy "pattern" here, and you'll sew up treats in not time!
I'm excited Country Woman chose my cake recipe as the basis of their 35th Anniversary Cake. The CW Test Kitchen bakers transferred the Square-in-a-Square Nine-Patch quilt block pattern onto a flavorful fondant that forms a lovely topping for my tender sheet cake. I've found this recipe to be a real crowd-pleaser. It's popular at potlucks and parties.
Shaped right for a festive shower (or any kind of fun affair), this delicious dessert is an eye-catcher. Shared by Fran Sprain of Westfield, Wisconsin, the moist cake is overflowing with luscious chocolate flavor. What's more, it's a lot of fun to cut, ice and arrange in bow tie form, as we have here. Or, if you like, serve it straight from the pan.