10 January 2013

gingerbread cake.


Ok so just a short write up about this cake. I think my computer has officially died, the mouse has stopped working and the whole thing will freeze after a minute of trying to get Iit to work so excuse any typos, I'm having to write from my phone.

I made this cake a week or two ago when I just had some free time. I had made it in cupcake form when it was the interns at work last day. They were a big hit then so I knew I had to tell you guys on here. Its full of flavor and spice, with a bit of that sticky quality one would expect from a cake with molasses. I love it. Not very sweet but good enough to call dessert. Here is the link for the recipe,

Hopefully I can get this all sorted soon with my computer, wish me luck!









Martha said...

mmmm....looks delish! ♥

Laura Dembowski said...

Good luck with your computer! They can be a real pain. I absolutely love gingerbread cake. Yours are beautiful!

Izy said...

I love sticky, dense gingerbread; yours looks so delicious!

Jennifer said...


xo Jennifer


Elodie said...

Beautiful photographs! they look really wintery and comforting.

Unknown said...

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...delicious :)


Margherita said...

That looks amazing and you did an amazing job just by using your phone!

Unknown said...

Yummmmmm.....I like soooo much this recipe and I love the pics too!!!!

Needful Things said...

Your photos are gorgeous and the cake looks scrumptious. How long did you bake the cupcakes?

Jennifer Michie said...

That looks wonderful! It reminded me of cake my Nana makes. What a nice "last day" surprise!

Magda said...

Lovely cake!
How come you changed your header again? :)

A Plum By Any Other Name said...

Good luck with the computer, Julie! The cake looks great (though, I am partial to Earl's favorite cake). ;)

Unknown said...

What great pictures, you're an artist. And then I love the ginger. A kiss, see you soon. eleonora

Anonymous said...

I LOVE gingerbread. This looks perfect for the winter weather we're having.

Laura said...

Love all of those hand written recipe cards on the side of the third photo. Such a good feeling just seeing them. Hope your computer woes get sorted soon. Wonderful cake!

Roxana | Roxana's Home Baking said...

Hope you get your computer fixed soon, the cake looks absolutely amazing! Love your photo styling

Indiana Limestone said...

Juliie, as always your photos are also mouthwatering! xo
~ Herman Swan

Caroline @ Pass the Cocoa said...

Yum! Beautiful photos, Julie!

Cathy said...

Wowzes. I'm loving the redesign. Gorgeous header and lovely photos as always! :)

Cathy Trails

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Hey Julie,

Just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to commend you on how stunning your photography and food styling are! Seriously, absolutely gorgeous—you have a good eye. And I'm dying to try that Elderflower cake recipe! Cheers : )

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Eleonora said...

I love your gingerbread cake....it looks tasty! And your pics are great!
I'm your new follower and I hope you'll take a look in my food blog, Pain ├ępices et p├ępins!
See you soon,