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Spring Color & Bunny Lemon Pudding Cake



The wisteria is blooming away on the trellis.
We  enjoy the back of the house as well as the pool area.
We love this time of year with lots of color.


Our Lady Bank Roses came in early this year.
It's raining purple colors from all of the blooms.




Off the back of our house is the wisteria, rosemary, lavender, lilac, and Lady bank roses

We have lots of Rosemary.
Our Japanese Maple is budding out nicely.

The steps are  in full bloom with Bacopa, Rosemary,St. John's Wort and garlic.
I will power wash the steps and patio later.
Here's the new pavers Paul added.  After the rains, he will add the sand and add the preservative.  I wanted more pavers added to this side of the pool house.  he told me death by projects. We want to add a Quartzite slab to the outdoor kitchen, most likely Taj Mahal which is inside the pool house.



Bunny Lemon Pudding Cake


Bunny Lemon Pudding Cake
Yield: 8
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Prep time: Cook time: 45 MTotal time: 45 M
a lovely lemon cake with pudding on the bottom

Ingredients:

  • 4 Tablespoons unsalted soften butter
  • 1 cup of granulated sugar
  • 3 large eggs - separated
  • 1/3 cup flour
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 1/3 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • Confectioner's sugar for dusting and the bunny design

Instructions:

How to cook Bunny Lemon Pudding Cake

  1. Heat oven 350°F and then spray with grease a shallow baking dish
  2. Beat butter, granulated sugar and egg yolks in a large bowl until fluffy.
  3. Add flour and mix to combine.  Reduce mixer speed to low and add in lemon juice and milk.
  4. In second bowl, beat egg whites until stiff peaks form.
  5. Stir in 1/2 of the egg whites to lemon mixture, then add remaining egg whites.
  6. Transfer mixture to your  baking pan.  Place your baking pan in a large roasting pan and fill with water 1/3 up the sides of the roasting pan.  Bake about 40 minutes.  let cool
  7. Make sure you cut out your bunny cutout first.Place the Bunny cutout on top of the cake and sprinkle confectioner's sugar. Carefully remove cutout.  Enjoy!
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30 comments:

  1. Your yard is gorgeous!! The Wisteria is a dream and I love lilacs. Your yard is like a paradise. I look forward to planting season. NJ is Daffodil and Viola season right now.

    Stay well!

    Cindy

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    1. Thanks Cindy , my husband’s favorite color is purple, so having lots of wisteria , lavender, Rosemary, lilac and more is awesome. You take care as well.

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  2. Oh Linda, your gardens are stunning. The trellis is my favorite and the Lady Banks too. Paul did a great job on the pavers. You have a beautiful estate to be quarantined in with Paul. The welcome bunny is adorable and the cake is darling. I'm sure it has to be delicious. Take care and be safe...........

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    1. Thanks Emily, we feel so fortunate to be able to enjoy these beautiful blooms now. Paul has been working hard on the pavers and I am loving the look. The lemon cake is so delicious. You remain safe as well.

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  3. So much beautiful colour and life! And wow, that bunny cake makes me hungry. My post tomorrow is about bunnies too -- I don't want EVERY post to just be coronavirus memes, lol!

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    1. Hi Debra, I hope you make this easy lemon dessert. I am off to visit your bunny post. Sharing some loveliness now is so important with the news being focused on the virus. A great distraction.

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  4. Oh Linda I wish we had smell that could be done through the computer. Your back area of your house must smell heavenly.
    Love all the spring colors. I hope we get to see these pretty colors and smells in the next month or so. Enjoy that beautiful view.
    xoxo
    Kris

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    1. Hello Kris, that would be so cool to have. Sense of smell through screens. Maybe in the future. I am sure in no time, spring will be coming to you. Thank you, o am happy to share. Xoxo

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  5. This cake sounds so delicious and it's just charming! I'm always looking for any lovely dessert with lemon and this just might make it to the Easter table!

    Such a treat to see these gorgeous blooms! It reminds me spring is coming someday!

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    1. Jeanie, thank you. This lemon pudding cake is so easy to make. Kind of like a lemon cake with lemon pudding beneath. Spring will be in your neck of the woods soon.

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  6. Wow, Linda, your gardens! I never knew they were so expansive. Beautiful! A perfect cake anytime, but especially for spring.

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    1. Thank you Rita. We are surrounded by natural woods. Years ago, we planted all of these purple plants. I love this time of year with purple explosion.

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  7. Linda, I love how pretty the plants and flowers look in your gardens. I feel like I'm at a huge botanical garden. The pavers look so nice and Paul did a great job. It's nice to have a handy husband. I like the cute bunny cake too and it's perfect for celebrating Easter.

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    1. Thank you Julie, I am so lucky to have such a handy husband. Let’s hope I run out of project ideas. We are getting rain now, so we are getting a nice break.

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  8. Paradise.. it just looks like paradise.

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    1. Thank you Monique. You gardens are so lovely. I imagine you are having to wait for your spring blooms.

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  9. Good Morning Linda!
    Maybe someday I will be able to visit you and your stunning Oasis! We have chatted about it:)
    Amanda and Preston have moved to South Tahoe, so I'll be visiting California once again.
    Hope you are doing well and staying safely tucked in your beautiful home and enjoying that delicious cake too!
    XO
    Jemma

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    1. Thank you Jemma. Lake Tahoe is about 2 hours from us. That would be awesome. We are well, just staying put. I hope you and your family are well. Crazy times right now. We always have hope. XO

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  10. Your yard is like a professional botanical garden, Linda! What a treat to see everything in bloom...and that pudding cake looks amazing. We've been baking a lot lately and I have everything to make this yummy recipe on hand. I'm going to add it to our Easter dinner list, since I have no idea what we'll be eating for dinner...but we will be having cake!!

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    1. Awww, so sweet Kim. That is quite the compliment. Yes, the purple seems to bloom at the same time. I just wish it lasted all summer. I hope you enjoy the Lemon 🍋 Pudding Cake.

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  11. So beautiful! I know it smells heavenly too.
    Darling cake. I would love a taste.

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    1. Thank you Bonnie, or so lovely outside. The cake is pretty tasty.

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  12. Oh Linda, I’m oohing and ahhing over your yard, which never fails to amaze me with it’s beauty! I have a lemon cake recipe, but mine is from Better Homes and Gardens. I’ll have to compare the two. Thank you for sharing. The bunny silhouette makes the cake so darling!!! Stay safe, sweet friend, and enjoy your surrounding beauty.

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    1. I compared them both and they are a little different. It would be fun to make them both and see which one we love.

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  13. Always a treat to see your gardens in bloom! Love all the purple plants. That wisteria is magnificent, don’t you wish it would stay in bloom all season long! That cake sounds delicious and I like the idea of the bunny cutout and powdered sugar! Too bad about that anonymous commenter. I blocked them a long time ago due to spamming. Take care and stay safe!

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    1. Hi Liz, I d wish the blooms would last all summer. The cake is a keeper for sure. I did include a bunny print out. Yes, I don't understand people being so mean and full of hate.

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  14. Of course the yard looks magnificent! I don't know how you keep up with it all. I'm hoping after the CV is over, we can celebrate your birthday by making the lemon pudding cake, which sounds like a heavenly delight! You continue to astound and amaze me with your talent at everything you do! Hugs to a cherished friend, Karen

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  15. Awww Karen, you are the kindest woman. Thank you. I do enjoy working in the gardens. Yes, by all means we need to get together and celebrate both birthdays my sweet friend. xo

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  16. Hola Linda, tienes un delicioso jardín y que feliz tu que en estos días puedes pasear al aire libre paseando y disfrutando del colorido y del aroma de las flores, repito es una delicia. Tu pastel super bueno y el conejito adorable. Cuidate mucho un fuerte abrazo

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  17. So many beautiful blooms! That wisteria is amazing. We are just starting to see some buds and signs of spring here.

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