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On March 16, Stewart posted a gorgeous photo of a spring-themed cake to her Instagram. She posted it with the caption: “Just like its namesake flower, daffodil cake is a cheerful herald of spring. Baked in a tube pan, the dramatic two-tone cake has an orange-lemon yellow layer and a fluffy white layer of angel food. After baking, you pour the tangy citrus glaze on top to create a dessert that will tantalize your taste buds and brighten up any gathering. Get the recipe in our April issue or at the link in bio! 📷: @nschinco accessory style: @suzie_myers. »
Truly, warmer days are ahead and to celebrate, give the people you love this cake that only takes an hour to complete.
For the cake itself, you will need ingredients like orange zest, cake flour, cream of tartar and, if desired, edible ingredients. thoughts for display. As for the citrus mix icingtake some more orange zest, orange blossom water, and lemon juice, to name a few.
The five-step recipe starts with preheating the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and ends with whisking all the mouth-watering ingredients together so the glaze is poured on top.
Stewart noted that while the cake is best for the day, it can be stored at room temperature for a day.
Get Stewart Daffodil cake recipe here.
For more delicious vegetarian meals and snacks, take Martha Stewart Living’s Meatless Cookbook: Over 200 of the Best Vegetarian Recipes.
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