Cornmeal cake is something I’ve wanted to try for a long time. I figured since I love cornbread so much, then cornmeal cake is sure to be something that I also love.
I researched alot of recipes, and just came up with this one on my own. It’s a sort of walnut upside down cake with bourbon and brown sugar. For the cake, I added honey and vanilla.
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After I baked my cake, I let it cool about 5 minutes before inverting it on my serving plate.
Demarle at Home’s flexible baking pan just comes right off.
And here’s the cornmeal cake topped with walnuts, brown sugar and bourbon.
I was so amazed at how good this cake came out. It’s sweet, flavorful and just so good.
If you want this cake extra boozy, make a glaze with half melted butter and half bourbon with a few tablespoons powdered sugar to pour over top. If you need even more, make a bourbon cream by whipping 1 cup heavy cream, 1 tablespoon bourbon and 2 tablespoons powdered sugar until thick.
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