How was your Christmas celebration? I hope all of you get all you wanted from Santa. I must be really good this year as I got what I wish for and very happy with all my gifts. I got Canon Macro EF 100mm lens , a GSP (for me to zoom around with it when I am in SF), Nordic Heritage Bundt Pan ,Emile Henry Tarte Tatin Pan and etc…Life is good!! I can’t wait to use all of them.
Ok let’s end the year posting with something pretty and sweet. 1 made these pretty little cake tarts for our Christmas dinner dessert. Instead of the usual tart with pastry I made one with sponge cake. I didn’t bake the cake as I already put away all my baking pans so I just used the store bought plain sponge cake and top it with nutella and fruits. If you like to make this you can always bake your sponge cake in a muffin pan, once it is done hollow out the center and top it with nutella and fruits.
10 individual serving sponge cakes
8 oz low fat vanilla yogurt
3/4 cup nutella
Some fruits – strawberries, cherries, kiwi and peaches (or any fruits of your choice)
1. Wash and cut the fruits and set it aside.
2. Warm up the nutella in the microwave for 12 seconds.
3. Mix it well and let it cool down. Fold the yogurt into the nutella. Mix well. Put the nutella mix into a piping bag and pipe it into the center of the cake.
4. Top it with the fruits and set the cake tarts the chill in the fridge before serving.
New Year is a time for celebration
of love, of life, of family and of friendship.
Therefore, it is time to thank God
for the wonderful family and friends,
and to bring to their lives as much magic as they bring to ours.
Have a happy and a memorable year 2012