Carrot Cake / Bolo di Wortel
Carrot Cake / Bolo di Wortel

Carrot cake is a cake that contains carrots mixed into the batter. The carrot softens in the cooking process, and the cake usually has a soft, dense texture.

Carrot cake closely resembles a quick bread in method of preparation (all the wet ingredients, such as the eggs and sugar, are mixed, all the dry ingredients are mixed, and the wet are then added to the dry) and final consistency (which is usually denser than a traditional cake and has a coarser crumb).

Many carrot cake recipes include other ingredients, such as kirsch, cinnamon, nuts, pineapple or raisins. The most common icing on carrot cake is icing sugar and lemon juice or icing sugar and kirsch (Europe) and an icing with icing sugar, butter and cream cheese (United States).

As the cake is relatively moist, it can be conserved longer than many other types of cakes.

Dessert

R.L.


Pumpkin Pound Cake
Pumpkin Pound Cake

Delicious rich cake made of pumpkin. You will love the moist of this mouthwatering cake and its amazing glaze.

Dessert

R.L.


Broken Glass Jello / Bolo di Glas
Broken Glass Jello / Bolo di Glas

Bolo di Glass or in english Broken Glass Jello is a sweetened and flavored combination of different colors of gelatin. The following recipe contains the version that is made on the Antilles.

Appetizer

Lila Poulo



Pineapple Upside Down Cake / Bolo di Anasa
Pineapple Upside Down Cake / Bolo di Anasa

This Upside down Pinneapple cake is one of the many version of Pinneapple Cake recipe made on the islands of Curacao, Aruba, and Bonaire. It is a very delicious cake and surprisingly easy to make. Enjoy !

Cake

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Dates Cake/Bolo di Dadel
Dates Cake/Bolo di Dadel

Dates cake is a delicious and moist cake that is popular on the islands of Curacao and the Caribbean.

Cake

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Curacao Rum Soaked Black Cake / Bolo Pretu
Curacao Rum Soaked Black Cake / Bolo Pretu

Delicious and very flavorful cake especially made at the end of the year on the islands of Curacao, Aruba, and Bonaire.Famous for its uniquely dense texture, dark color, rich and robust taste; this is the cake that takes the cake. 

Cake

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