>TWD: Caramel Pecan-Topped Brownie Cake


Miniature bundt cakes made of brownie and topped with caramel and pecan…. Heaven!!

Just some pictures to look at, I’m way too tired too type at the moment: more info will follow tomorrow!! Recipe can be found at Wee Treats by Tammy.

Okay, so here’s my review… Finally!!
I didn’t use peanuts, I still had some pecans lying around in the house and thought that they would work perfectly with the caramel sauce, which they did! I had some problems getting my sauce to the right colour and eventually gave up because I was supposed to visit a friend and wanted to bring these along. The cake was a bit too dry for my taste, but fortunately the caramel sauce took care of that!

Overall: I would definetely make this again, but probably take the cake out of the oven a bit earlier. Dad’s verdict: 8,5 out of 10.

Posted in Cake, TWD. 21 Comments »

21 Responses to “>TWD: Caramel Pecan-Topped Brownie Cake”

  1. Prudy Says:

    >I love the minis! Get some rest and have another one for breakfast.

  2. Tammy Says:

    >cute little cakes! thanks for making my pick!

  3. Pamela Says:

    >Love the mini bundt idea! Looks good and it sounds like you enjoyed it!

  4. Engineer Baker Says:

    >I don’t know, but with pictures like that, there’s really no need for words. They look delicious.

  5. Cathy Says:

    >Oh — I LOVE your mini bundt cakes! So cute! I think I am going to go mini next time. The huge cakes just don’t seem to work for me. Great job, and nice pictures!

  6. The Food Librarian Says:

    >This looks great! I love your perfect set up of ingredients!

  7. James Says:

    >I was going to use my silicon mini-bundt “pan” but decided not to because all the peanuts would be in the center. Now that I’ve seen yours, I’m regretting that decision.Looks great!

  8. Natashya Says:

    >The minis are the perfect way to make this cake. Next time I will do the same. The trouble with the large flat one is the by the next day the topping is half off. Great job!

  9. Emily Rose Says:

    >Aww this cake looks so cute as a mini! My father tasted my cake and told me that I should try out pecans instead of peanuts next time- I bet the taste was wonderful! Thanks for visiting my blog!

  10. Peggy Says:

    >I like the minis, and I LOVE the pecans. I wish I had used those. I’m not a huge peanut fan. Your photos are just gorgeous.

  11. kim Says:

    >great job with the mini bundts, they are such a perfect shape to hold the topping!

  12. noskos Says:

    >Nice looking mini cakes!!

  13. Jacque Says:

    >I always like seeing your ingredients. Your mini bundts are so sweet.

  14. Andrea Says:

    >Beautiful little cakelets! I love the picture of your kitty with all of the ingredients 🙂 Glad that you enjoyed the recipe this week!

  15. Gretchen Noelle Says:

    >What fun to make mini-bundts for these! Great job!

  16. 27Susans Says:

    >Great idea to make mini cakes. If you eat one a day, you’ll keep the doctor away.I also thought the cake was dry. Try a recipe for Black Magic Cake.

  17. Shari@Whisk: a food blog Says:

    >Your bundt minis look great!

  18. Teanna Says:

    >Look at those bundt cakes! Absolutely gorgeous! Great idea!

  19. Linda Says:

    >those mini bundts are adorable! I definitely agree with you on reducing the baking time.

  20. BAKE-EN Says:

    >Cute mini bundt cakes!

  21. LyB Says:

    >I want some of those mini bundt pans! Your little cakes look delicious. 🙂

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