Thoughts on what would work and how long it should bake for?Hi Rachel! Here are my thoughts yes I think you could make two 13×9 cakes. Instead of doubling the recipe I would just make it twice. As far as baking time, and easy to break apart. The almond paste gets processed into the cake batter and adds texture and a sweet almond flavor to every bite of this cake. I do not recommend trying to substitute the almond paste with another ingredient.I REALLY want to make this cake, things that you likely have on hand:1 1/2 sticks (12 T) (170g) unsalted butter, cited may include a link to purchase the referenced book or item on Amazon.com.
I just finished off the cherries from our sour cherry tree, measure out 2 1/2 cups plain flour and remove 5 Tablespoon. Replace with 5 Tablespoons corn flour and whisk to blend.I've made this cake about 10 times since July (parties, measure out 2 1/2 cups plain flour and remove 5 Tablespoon. Replace with 5 Tablespoons corn flour and whisk to blend.Just made the almond cake for 4th July weekend it's fantastic! Also having a Belgian son-in-law we've been a big fan of Lotus Speculoos Cookies. After bringing home a suitcase full I found out that Walgreens is a distributor! We ordered the Biscoff Spread after you wrote about it and reordered 3 times! We've been giving jars to everyone as gifts. I also found out after talking to the San Francisco office that the NY food truck that sells waffles has been buying cases of the spread!, then turn the cake out onto a cooling rack. This Easy Almond Cake is delicious served warm with sliced fresh strawberries and a dollop of freshly whipped cream (that you've added almond extract to;).
I love this cake recipe. My sister made it for her sons birthday one year and served it with fresh mixed berries and a simple vanilla bean ice cream he has requested this cake every year since. Not your typical kids birthday cake, I brought it to a meeting and everyone raved over it. My husband has already asked me to make one for his office party.I'm so excited to try this cake for my mom's birthday. She craves almond “wedding cake” so this looks perfect. Have you tried this with a gluten free cake mix and almond flour? My sister in law is gluten free so I'd like to accommodate her while continuing to offer the strong almond flavor.Made it yesterday & it came out yummy. I used a 7 oz tube of Odessa almond paste instead of 8 o.z. & it was fine. i made both a high loaf in a loafpan & a flatter cake in a low pan (the latter baked for 35 mins). the recipe produced so much cake that i could have halved the recipe. regardless, I think even my non-cooking husband (who consumed a lot of them) could make this by himself. I will definitely make these again.MyRecipes.com is part of the Allrecipes Food Group. © CopyRight 2019 Meredith Corporation. MyRecipes is a registered trademark of Meredith Corporation All Rights Reserved. MyRecipes may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website. Offers may be subject to change without notice. | | | |This moist and fragrant cake from Molly Wizenberg, here is a link to the conventional mixing method.