Friday, April 22, 2011

Oh - Them "Golden Eggs"!

Oh! them golden eggs, how good they are! Now I know this isn't how the song goes, but for today that's how it went here. I finally got a chanced to make Gesine's Golden Eggs! I have checked out the book so many times at the library, I hope they would say, here it's yours! Nope that's not how libraries work, oh well. Someday, I will be able to buy the book, so for now, I check and re-check it out. I enjoy this book as not only a cookbook, but a good reading book! The book you might ask? Confections of a (Closet) Master Baker by Gesine Bullock-Prado. (I hope you know of her and have read this book along with the new one, Sugar Baby.) Our library doesn't have 'Sugar Baby', but I keep bugging them to buy it.
Anyway, you must go to this web site and see how these delicious little treats are made!
I don't know if I can legally put on the recipe but this is how I made them:



And MIX some more. There is a lot of mixing to this recipe, but it is worth it. Hang in there. Put into egg shaped muffin pans and bake at 350 degrees F for about 20 minutes. Turn out of pans and dipped into melted butter, then dip into a cinnamon, sugar mixture and ENJOY! For they are as she says, like a good old-fashion donut, baked not fried.

I used a large size muffin pan makes 8 at a time, (by Wilton) and a bite-size muffin pan (12 at a time, also by Wilton). I made 21 large and 24 bite-size all with this one batter. The grandchildren and I have decided this will become a new Easter treat!! Thanks, Gesine!

Will also be putting on to the Sweet As Sugar Cookies, Sweets for a Saturday, Week #14, Savory Sundays and Dee Dee Delights.


Dee Dee's Delights said...

I am having a special sunday Easter Linky buffet Any Easter recipe accepted no limit to what you like to submit. I am taking submissions till saturday.

Eating in Winnipeg said...

I just started a blog hop and I'd love for you to come and link up one of your great recipes!!

Eating in Winnipeg said...

hi! thanks for coming by and linking up to savory sunday! (don't forget to add the button) this looks great!!

Lisa said...

This looks like such a cute Easter idea. Thanks for linking this up to Sweets for a Saturday.