These cranberry orange muffins are the perfect start of a winter day. They are not overly sweet and have just a little bit of glaze, lots of cranberries and a soft dough in the center. I got so excited when our local produce owner started selling fresh cranberries. They are really hard to come by in Germany. He said he would have them around for a while, so I immediately knew I was going to make these muffins. Since my blueberry muffins are a hit every year, I wanted to create a winter version of this beloved muffin. Of course you are free to make them without the glaze, they taste wonderful just as is.
Today I am introducing a delicious orange cranberry bundt cake. I just love that this bundt cake is so moist, contains real fruit and is just perfect for winter. The batter is fairly easy to prepare and I am sure that you can serve this cake either for Christmas or any kind of get together you have planned in your future. Heck, you may even try it for breakfast!
Since Christmas is just around the corner, I decided to spice this cake with some traditional Christmas spices, such as cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and the like. I am sure the cake will also taste without, but seriously, I put quite a bit of effort into making this cake look pretty. I mean, for me the taste of a cake will always overrule its prettiness. Seriously. I don’t understand how people find cakes made with ultra-sweet fondant georgeous. Sure, they may be from the outside, but it really saddens me that you cannot eat fondant. So what’s the deal? Why do people say these cakes are gorgeous if you can’t eat half of them? In this instance I decorated my bundt cake with some oranges, cranberries, and rosemary to make it extra special. So I figured it wouldn’t hurt to also make the batter have some secret ingredient. Hence the spice plus fresh cranberries and orange juice. I can assure you, this cake definitely tastes as good as it looks!
It is time for cookies again! These are such perfect summer cookies, look at these super cute peach cookies, don’t they just look real? They are perfect for any hot summer day. Light and refreshing and just too cute to look at. They do require a little bit of time, but I can assure you, you won’t regret it, one bite and you will be sold.
Today I am introducing you to mango mini cakes, which do not require any baking. I am also presenting these mango mini cakes to you as I am organizing the blog event “Colorful Food”. I invite you to create a recipe in one of the seven rainbow colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, or pink. If you would like to learn more, please check this blog post. Want to guess which rainbow color I am taking care of today? Well, mango is ORANGE, so today’s recipe is in the rainbow color orange. For red check these strawberry pancakes, yum!