And again, you’ll see the theme continues, though this one actually has a cute story. She baked a cake decorated with apples doused in orange blossom water. She then drizzled the whole thing in a dark chocolate-bourbon sauce.
It was later delivered to a neighbor of ours to thank her for letting the baker try on the neighbor’s mother-in-law’s dress from the ’20s that the baker hopes to get to wear for a special occasion.
And, here’s the recipe:
1-2 cups whole wheat flour
enough white flour to make it the right texture
maybe 3-4 overflowing table spoons of homemade applesauce
a large pinch of baking soda
a large pinch of baking powder
a small pinch of salt
about 3/4 of a cup of white granulated sugar
about a stick of butter
and a teaspoon-ish of vanilla
She then placed thin apple slices on top in an aesthetically pleasing pattern and sprinkled white sugar on it. She baked the cake at 340F for about 18-28 minutes.
The dark chocolate bourbon sauce on top has cocoa powder, white sugar, nutella, bourbon, and a TINY TINY bit of cream cheese and the same amount of butter. She only put the chocolate on once the cake had cooled.