2023 Edition - What are you baking?

The friendliest place on the web for anyone that enjoys cooking.
If you have answers, please help by responding to the unanswered posts.

cookiecrafter

Senior Cook
Joined
Aug 10, 2021
Messages
307
Location
Chicago
I'll be making baked apples and a peach cobbler for tonight.
What kind of apples are you baking? I have apples on my shopping list and always bake some. Sometimes I buy 3 kinds, McIntosh, Johnathon, and ? (I don't always find that last one depending on what the store has.)
 

msmofet

Chef Extraordinaire
Joined
Apr 5, 2009
Messages
13,184
What kind of apples are you baking? I have apples on my shopping list and always bake some. Sometimes I buy 3 kinds, McIntosh, Johnathon, and ? (I don't always find that last one depending on what the store has.)
Granny Smith apples. I was going to make a pie for Christmas but that went out the window. So they will be baked with the sugar and spices I mixed up for the pie.
 

msmofet

Chef Extraordinaire
Joined
Apr 5, 2009
Messages
13,184
Peach cobbler

peach_cobbler_010123_1_IMG_0498.jpg
 

Kathleen

Cupcake
Joined
Dec 6, 2009
Messages
3,516
Location
Mid-Atlantic, USA
As all know, I'm not much of a baker, but saw a recipe for an "Upside-Down Black Forest Cake." I had all of the ingredients and so decided to make it. It turned out pretty tasty and, shockingly, turned out to look like the picture! It called for a can of cherry pie filling followed by a cream cheese layer spooned over and then devil's food cake poured over. After baking, let it set for 10 minutes and invert on to a plate. Top with a bit of whipped cream, and done. It cleaned up fast having baked in the cast-iron skillet.
 

Attachments

  • 2023-01-21 18.46.37.jpg
    2023-01-21 18.46.37.jpg
    139.5 KB · Views: 5
  • 2023-01-21 18.45.51.jpg
    2023-01-21 18.45.51.jpg
    193.9 KB · Views: 5
  • 2023-01-21 18.02.06.jpg
    2023-01-21 18.02.06.jpg
    218.8 KB · Views: 5
  • 2023-01-21 18.01.05.jpg
    2023-01-21 18.01.05.jpg
    196.2 KB · Views: 4

pepperhead212

Executive Chef
Joined
Nov 21, 2018
Messages
3,762
Location
Woodbury, NJ

msmofet

Chef Extraordinaire
Joined
Apr 5, 2009
Messages
13,184
As all know, I'm not much of a baker, but saw a recipe for an "Upside-Down Black Forest Cake." I had all of the ingredients and so decided to make it. It turned out pretty tasty and, shockingly, turned out to look like the picture! It called for a can of cherry pie filling followed by a cream cheese layer spooned over and then devil's food cake poured over. After baking, let it set for 10 minutes and invert on to a plate. Top with a bit of whipped cream, and done. It cleaned up fast having baked in the cast-iron skillet.
That looks wonderful. Can you post link to recipe please.
 

GotGarlic

Chef Extraordinaire
Joined
May 9, 2007
Messages
27,101
Location
Southeastern Virginia
As all know, I'm not much of a baker, but saw a recipe for an "Upside-Down Black Forest Cake." I had all of the ingredients and so decided to make it. It turned out pretty tasty and, shockingly, turned out to look like the picture! It called for a can of cherry pie filling followed by a cream cheese layer spooned over and then devil's food cake poured over. After baking, let it set for 10 minutes and invert on to a plate. Top with a bit of whipped cream, and done. It cleaned up fast having baked in the cast-iron skillet.
That looks really good. I love Black Forest anything 😋
 

Aunt Bea

Master Chef
Joined
Mar 14, 2011
Messages
7,875
Location
near Mount Pilot
It’s an old fashioned winter day!

I stirred up a half recipe of this Emergency Cake and baked it in a 5” square Pyrex dish. I finished it with a chopped walnut, cinnamon sugar topping before putting it in the oven. I used Swerve instead of sugar.

I’m always interested in making something out of nothing and with the price of eggs these days it’s worth a try. Waiting impatiently for it to cool! 🐷

A4EE19C5-6567-41CB-A50B-0D2EE0953B39.jpeg
 
Top Bottom