Princess cake for my princes – then it will be a Prince cake πŸ’™πŸ©

Hi ❣ It’s so nice to see you,- like always 😊 I hope all is fine with you during this days, weeks and months we all are going through,- together 🧑

This Sunday I did bake and make a cake with the name Princess- cake,- but since it was to the young men in my home, and my son in the middle and his friend too,- I think the name Prince- cake probably is better 😊. So I did actually made two cakes. One for the young men here in my home, and for for my son in the middle and his friend- in their home 😊.

I haven’t made or baked this cake since I was living in Norway, so it’s some years ago 😊. But I still manage to get it the way I did remember it’s looked like, and taste like 🍩.

The cake is yeast baking with vanilla cream.  I like it very much, and obviously the boys here in the house liked it too 😊.

Of course,- like most of the cakes I bake, this is easy to make and bake too, and sweet and tasty as well πŸŽ‚. It is the raising of the yeast dough that only takes some time. Special if the cake should be a bit “airy” too 😁.

Do you want to try to make and bake a homemade Princess- cake with a traditional Norwegian recipe? Here it comes, in case you want 😊

Princess- cake:

300 g wheat flour, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1 teaspoon vanilla sugar, 100 g melted margarine, 50 gr yeast, or 1 hp dry yeast (I use mostly dry yeast all the time), 2 dl milk.  Raisins and sugar, vanilla cream (and chocolate sprinkles).

Mix together a regular yeast dough, making sure that temp.  the butter and milk are lukewarm so you don’t “kill” the yeast.  Then there will be no big and airy cake.

Put the dough to rise in a warm / slightly warm place, with a towel over, for about 30-60 minutes.

After raising, divide dough two, roll out flat rectangle.  Spread vanilla cream over the rack, sprinkle with raisins, sugar and chocolate sprinkles.  You do this on both rectangles.  Then roll the rectangles together as a sausage, and divide into pieces that are about 5 cm long.

Cover a cake mold, which is approx.  30/40 * 30/40 cm, with baking paper.  Place the rollers together, tightly in tight, with one opening of the rollers up, and the other opening down in the baking mold.  Then set the cake to rise again for about 30 minutes.

When the cake dough has risen, brush it with whipped egg and sprinkle with either brown sugar or pearl sugar.  Bake the cake at the bottom of the oven at 200 degrees for about 45 minutes.  Until it has a nice golden color.

The cake fits nicely to split and freeze something for a later occasion.  I made double cake dough on Sunday since I made two cakes.  Two cakes distributed to 4 young men – that’s not too bad 😊.  I tasted a tiny bit myself too – and the cake was tasty, airy and good – and well worth trying πŸŽ‚. The “princes” in my home enjoyed the cake,- and I think my son in the middle and his friend will enjoy it to. I will ask him later 😊. And also tell you how I did manage to give him a homemade cake, when we are not living together, and don’t are allowed to meet up 😊. But that will be in my next post/ text 😊.

I think the young men in my home maybe will miss my baking and the cakes a bit when (or if πŸ˜…) they are moving out. I hope so,- to both, – moving out and miss my cakes,- because that means my cakes was good and tasty, and worth missing 😊. But they don’t need to move back into my home to taste and eat the cakes, they can just visit me now and then instead,- and I will be visiting them as well 😊. Of course, – when they have moved out πŸ˜….

I’m sending you a lots of good thoughts 🧑. I wish you a great day or evening wherever in the world you are 🧑. Thank you so much for dropping by my blog today too 🧑

See you soon 😊

Sunday’s homemade Prince- cake 😊

This Sunday I baked two Princesse- cakes. One to the young men in my home, and one to my son in the middle and his friend πŸŽ‚. If you want to try this homemade cake, baked from a basic and traditional Norwegian recipe, – you find the recipe in my post 😊. Enjoy, – we did 😊.

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