My hope is to inspire you to get in the kitchen and have an adventure. Make something you have never tried before.  Push yourself to make something you have always been intimidated to make but most importantly to have fun and make memories!


Cakes

What’s been going on around here…

“What’s been going on around here?” you may be asking.  A whole lot of life and living with work, new house, school, and this crazy family.  It has been a while since I have touched this little place of mine, and I really do miss it.  This is the place where I share all my creativity with friends, family, and well all the others out there that have stumbled upon this blog.  Here’s a little insight on what’s been going on lately.

 We moved into a new house in August (Yay!) and it has been a lot of work.  I have been using a lot of my time trying to make this new, unfamiliar place feel like home.   I am finally at a good point with almost everything in a place.  The kids have adjusted great to the new neighborhood and are starting to make new friends.  I am blessed to have a bigger kitchen to inspire me to create new recipes.  While I have been doing some new stuff, it’s still busy with work and life.  I  want to get started again and hope that I can get my creative juices flowing enough to make some great things to share with all of you.

Tunnel of Fudge Cake

Tunnel Cake  

 

 Seriously folks….seriously if you like chocolate cake then this is the perfect cake for you!  The hardest part about making this cake is letting it cool before drowning it in chocolate glaze.  I found this cake really easy to make and I had everything I needed on hand aside from the chocolate and the heavy cream.  I have made my fair share of chocolate cakes before but this one is by far my favorite.  It has a little bit of everything I love about chocolate cake and a molten lava of chocolate ganache on top.  I must say it is any chocolate lovers dream cake.

 

 

Tunnel of Fudge Cake
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To prepare the pan
  1. 1 tbsp. cocoa powder
  2. 1 tbsp. unsalted butter, melted
For the cake
  1. ½ cup boiling water
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