Sunday, March 10, 2013

Interesting But Amazing!

A slice of delight! This idea hit me upside the back of my head! I really don't know where it came from at first. But, once it lodged itself there there was nothing else for me to do....but put my idea into action! I had a few apples that were on the way to death row. So I used those to soak them in RUM!!!!! I actually forgot about them in the back of my fridge you know. Which is why they ended up being soaked for a little over a week! As well as the little well known fact that i'm a lazy ass! Hahahaha!

So finally after making the time to make this cake everyone who has tried it, including myself, have agreed on one thing!

It's INTERESTING, in an amazing way!!!!!

Once you make and try it you will really understand what we all mean by this!
Happy Baking!!!!!

Interesting But Amazing
Apples
Peel, slice, and cut into cubes 2 washed decent sized apples.
Pour enough spiced rum of your choice until they are covered.
Allow to soak overnight.
Or for a week! YUM!!!!

Jelly Roll
(Taken from Betty Crocker's Cook book page 81, this is the paper back version)
3 Eggs
1 cup sugar
1/3 cup water
3/4 cup all purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt

Preheat oven to 375
Line a cookie sheet (15.5x10.5x1 inch or just a good deep cookie sheet!) with waxed, alumimum or parchment paper.
Grease said paper with butter or spray.
Beat eggs on high for about 5 minutes or really until they are lemon colored and nice and thick!
Gradually beat in the sugar.
Beat in water and vanilla at a slow speed.
Gradually add flour baking powder and salt. (Sift this first!)
Beat it until it is even and smooth!....duh. lol
Pour it into the pan and spread it evenly.
Bake 12-15 minutes or until a toothpick is inserted and pulled out cleanfrom the center of the cake.
Allow to cool.

Filling
1 cup powder sugar
4 tbls real butter (stick butter!)
1-2 tbls of apple soaked spice rum
1 tsp cinnamon
Blend together until smooth.

When ready to put everything together!
Slide the cake and paper to a flat clean counter.
Smear the filling evenly all over the cake.
Next take those lovely already chopped apples and layer them over the filling evenly!
Carefully pick up the thinnest side of the cake and begin to roll it!
Take your pick as to which way you want to roll! It doesn't matter if you think about it!
Last but not least sprinkle poweder sugar over the rolled cake!
Cut and enjoy!
A super easy treat that really doesn't take long to rock out!

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