Monday, May 20, 2013

Picture Perfect Cakes in May

Whopper Cake by Karma Wilson/ Will Hillenbrand (Chocolate Fun Cake Recipe)


 A Cake All for Me! by Karen Beil (Polka-Dot Cake Recipe for early readers)


Ole! Cinco de Mayo by Margaret McManis/ David Harrington (Flan Recipe for May 5th)

 Cook-a-Doodle-Doo! by Janet Stevens/ Susan Crummel (Strawberry Shortcake Recipe)
Seven Silly Eaters by Mary Ann Hoberman
{Pink Lemonade Recipe for The Cake}
Warthogs in the Kitchen by Pamela Edwards/ Henry Cole
(Cupcake Recipe included for Warthogs AND Human Children)
Amelia and Eleanor Go for a Ride by Pam Munoz Ryan/ Brian Selznick
(Angel Food Cake with Whipped Cream and Strawberries)
Don't Forget by Patricia Lakin/ Ted Rand
(Orange Sponge Cake Recipe)
 
Miss Poppy and the Honey Cake by Elizabeth MacDonald/ Claire Smith
(Honey Cake Recipe)
 

Goody O'Grumpity by Carol Ryrie Brink/ Ashley Wolff
(Includes 17th Century Recipe for Spice Cake with all the ingredients found in the poem)
  Thunder Cake by Patricia Polacco
(Recipe for grandmothers to make with their grandchildren on rainy, thundery days)
 
Eight Animals Bake a Cake by Susan Middletonw Elya/ Lee Chapman
(Recipe for Pineapple Upside Down Cake)
 
Saturdays and Tea Cakes by Lester Laminack/ Christ Soentpiet
(Sweet Recipe for Tea Cakes...just like Grandma used to make)
 
 
Auntee Edna by Ethel Footman Smothers/ Wil Clay
(Another recipe for Tea Cakes...just like Auntee Edna used to make)
 
 
My Pop Pop and Me by Irene Smalls/ Cathy Ann Johnson
(Recipe for Lemon Bar Cake Bake incase you don't care for Tea Cakes served above)
 
Bruno the Baker by Lars Klinting
(Recipe for a birthday cake for a beaver and a great introduction for the beginning baker)
 
Baby Babka, The Gorgeous Genius by Jane Breskin Zalben
(A European Recipe for Chocolate Babka ~ Chocolate Cake Loaf)
 
Beverly Billingsly Takes the Cake by Alexander Stadler
(Complete with a Busy Day Cake Recipe)
 
 
May is almost sweating into June. More cake books to come throughout this last week of May.
Grab a plate and stay a spell.

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