Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Bee Hive Butter Cakes

How would you like your own little bee hive butter cake as dessert tonight?    Aren't these cute?  When I recently made my Kentucky butter cake, my future daughter in law loved it so much that she asked if there was any way to get more of the crunchy coating on it.  I told her sure!  I would double the glaze and make individual cakes the next time
I found this ceramic bee hive mold online a while ago and decided to make the cake in it.  You can find the recipe here:

http://octoberfarm.blogspot.com/2016/05/kentucky-butter-cake.html


I found these cute little sugar bees online too.

I keep ladling the syrup over the cakes letting it soak in each time.  I had extra batter so I made a few small additional cakes in the back.

The bees stick to the glaze.

As these cool, the glaze dries and forms a crunchy crust.  The cake itself is very moist.

11 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

They are just TOO CUTE FOR WORDS! You're so inventive!

laurie said...

oh my gosh these are soooo cute,, and delicious too no doubt!

Susan said...

I wouldn't be able to eat them, they are so cute!

Leeanna said...

OMG!!! Tose are so darned CUTE! I love anything sweet, so I naturally got to try these.

thecottagebythecranelakethree said...

How fun :-) I've never seen butter cakes looking like that over here but I will start looking after a mold like that :-)

Have a great day!

Christer.

Guillaume said...

Oh I would LOVE to have some of that! I love cakes in general and honey based desserts.

1st Man said...

Oh, I am SOOOOOO telling 2nd Man I want some of these. And maybe when we have our first batch of our own honey! Yay! They look delish!!!

TARYTERRE said...

those are too cute for words.

Linda N said...

What were the baking instructions on those? I'm making them tomorrow in the mini bundt pans like you did for the last couple.

jaz@octoberfarm said...

to find the recipe for the cakes just type Kentucky butter cake into my search engine on my sidebar.

chickpea678 said...

Wow are these ever pretty! Fit to feed Winnie the Pooh!