Making Mom’s Day Fun Long Distance
A beautiful bundt cake using the Williams-Sonoma Mocha Chip cake mix and the Swirl bundt cake pan – both make it an absolute breeze to whip up this stunning dessert!
It’s another Mother’s Day and my boys are far away, but while I was baking a Mother’s Day cake on Justopia.com tonight, they both called. The viewers had to take a back seat this time, but we got to talk and catch up with each other. By the time I was done, the cake was ready to come out of the oven and just like those sweet boys of mine, the cake was a masterpiece, a work of art!
I muted the broadcast and the boys and I chatted away. I should have had them call on Skype and we could have made it a 3 way conference call. Sheesh, what was I thinking? I suppose I wasn’t.
I am going to keep this post short, but thought I’d post photos of the cake, fresh out of the oven.
A viewer has been asking me to bake a cake and I just did not feel like going to the market for flour, so I picked up a Bundt Cake mix at the store before coming home from work tonight and whipped it up on the broadcast. It is the Mocha Chip mix and I can’t wait to dive into it. I don’t think I will make a glaze. I like the sharp edges of the cake. It has an architectural look to it.
I think I’ll take it to work tomorrow, although if the rain, wind and cold keep up like this that won’t be happening. I have a great Wilton domed cake carrier, but it’s just not worth the trouble in this horrendous weather.
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