Crisp around the edges with a moist center, honey cakes are the perfect no-frills dessert. Naturally, honey is the star ingredient in honey cakes, so a quality honey makes for a quality honey cake. But honey cakes can include all sorts of flavors and ingredients. From lemon and raspberry to banana and oat, here are five delicious honey cake recipes that will generate some buzz.
This recipe looks as pleasant to make as it does to eat! The honey cake is made from a mixture of flour, sugar and cinnamon combined with eggs, honey, lemon juice and brown sugar. After baking, decorate the cake with layers of marmalade, whipped cream and raspberries before topping it with a sprinkling of crushed pistachios.
If you love strawberries, then this recipe is totally your jam. Start by combining warm honey with whisked eggs. Then beat the mixture until it becomes pale and thick. Next, add strawberry syrup followed by sifted flour. Finally, transfer the batter to a baking dish, and bake for 12 to 14 minutes at 355 degrees Fahrenheit.
This honey cake features a delicious fusion of nuts and fruit. First, add mashed bananas, oat milk, butter, eggs, vanilla and honey to a bowl. Next, combine the mix with flour, rolled oats, cinnamon and salt. Transfer the batter to a baking dish, top it off with two banana halves, and bake for 60 minutes at 180 degrees Fahrenheit before serving.
For a simple recipe that doesn’t skimp on taste, look no further than this honey cake that only requires three ingredients. Simply whisk two egg yolks and a whole egg. Then combine with warm honey. Mix the ingredients together until the batter becomes thick. Then add flour. Bake for 12 to 14 minutes at 355 degrees Fahrenheit or until golden brown, and enjoy!
Blueberries are a “berry” yummy addition to your standard honey cake. This recipe involves a mix of honey, butter and sugar combined with lemon juice, baking soda and flour. Let the batter cool in the refrigerator for 45 minutes before adding more flour. Mold the dough into your desired shape on parchment paper before baking for five to six minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Decorate the cake with layers of frosting and fresh blueberries before serving.
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