This cake is huge, expensive, and freaking delicious. It's very rich and buttery. I was making it ahead of time and freezing, so I used smbc for the icing. It was perfect. Light, and not too sweet.
I highly recommend this recipe.
Ok. Yeah, I think I will make it. It looks like a huge cake. I may just try a half recipe for the initial test. It does have flour in it as well as the nuts. I will report back with my results! and maybe review it online for others too.
Thanks for your input enga and cakegrandma!
Ps...my husband's grandmother makes a black walnut cake. It is somewhat dense too...I will have to ask her about her recipe. It is a really good cake. I wonder of it's a method like this.
I clipped it out of a magazine, and it's from the fisher nut company. It has no leavening, nor do you beat the egg whites. Does this seem like a recipe for a brick? Lol...I want to make this cake because I think it sounds delicious, but I'm suspicious of the formula.
Wondering if anyone has made a cake like this with no leavening.
I don't have much experience with figure modeling. Mostly I just play around with play doh with my 4yo...lol.
I made this little cat tonight using a tutorial I found on Pinterest. I thought she turned out pretty cute. Just wanted to share.
I make this recipe all the time. I had it on cupcakes with fondant toppers in an 80-degree room and it didn't budge. Can't vouch for it on a tiered cake in the heat yet, but the stuff works somehow. Plus it's really yummy.