Daring Bakers November Challenge: Caramel Cake with Carmelized Butter Frosting

November 29, 2008 — 2 Comments


Our Daring Bakers Recipe this month was chosen by Dolores of Culinary Curiosity, Alex of Blondie and Brownie, Jenny of Foray into Food, and Natalie of Gluten-a-Go-Go The recipe was developed by Shuna Fish Lydon and can be found at //blogs.kqed.org/bayareabites/2006 … he-recipe/


I was very excited about this month’s choice because A) I love sweets, and B) it sounded delicious and challenging without requiring a written-out plan, a detailed schedule, or lots of fancy equipment. I planned to make the cake for dessert the evening before Thanksgiving as a little appetizer, but that didn’t end up panning out. I missed the Daring Bakers November 29th deadline by a few days and ended up making the cake for our December 1st celebration. It was delicious! Seriously! It tasted like Tasty Cakes Butterscotch Crimpets, which I don’t think you can find anywhere anymore. And it truly was easy to make. I plan on making it again soon!

2 thoughts on “Daring Bakers November Challenge: Caramel Cake with Carmelized Butter Frosting”

  1. I loved this cake too! And yours looks great! Some people seemed to think it was too sweet but I thought it was wonderful. I wouldn’t eat the whole thing in one sitting but mmm that sugary goodness.

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