Friday, June 10, 2011

Baking with Bizzy 4

I have baked a number of items since our last Baking with Bizzy.  I had a double header failure, earlier this week.  I wrote about my chocolate chip cake expanding way over the pan.  I also had an apricot almond cake fall apart and I am not at all sure why.

I had difficulty getting it out of the bundt pan and to my chagrin, it came out in the form of large clumps of crumbs.  Since, it was gluten-free, it was for my hubby who smilingly is eating it, just like I am eating the chocolate chip coffee cake.

That is the best photo, I could get, showing the least amount of piles of cake crumbs.  As soon as I touched this piece, it crumbled into many pieces.

You did better than I did.  Last week, we had a number of chocolate chip of candy filled cookies.  I am not alone in my search for the best chocolate chipper.

We also had some other goodies such as:

Gloria of Canela's Kitchen's double chocolate cupcakes.

Kristin of Holy Cannoli made these creative pizza puffs.

    Beurrista gave us these fabulous bar cookies.          I can't wait to see what you have to share with us this week.  You are all an inspiration to me.  Thanks.                                                                                                                                                       


  1. I am only laughing a little bit, heehee... years ago when my son was turning 10 I made him a cake for his birthday, icing held the cake together. I felt so bad, he hugged me said it was the best birthday cake ever!
    Take care,

  2. Just posted my chocolate chocolate chip cookies! I would love it if you came over and posted something on my hop. Have a great day!

  3. Thnaks Bizzy love your cake, and thanks by invited me! gloria

  4. delicious bakes it has been too hot to on the oven
    lovely bakes

  5. Great little roundup sounds wonderfully delicious!

  6. Hi, I've just linked up a citrus cake! Thank you for hosting! Have a lovely weekend!


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