Easy and Delicious Cake Recipe
By Sara Daniel
When Ana put out a call for recipes to promote our Love Spanks stories, I knew I needed to supply a cake recipe. A birthday cake (with A LOT of frosting) figures prominently into my story, The Briefcase. (No, there is not a cake inside the briefcase, silly.) But I immediately hit upon a big problem. The cakes in my house come either from box mixes and I follow the directions exactly as shown on the box, or they’re bought from the grocery’s bakery department.
The recipe goes something like this:
- Determine preferred flavor.
- Get in car and drive to a store that carries the preferred flavor.
- Remove sufficient $$ from ATM.
- Purchase cake.
- Return home and carefully remove plastic lid (or follow instructions on box).
Obviously, I was a bit terrified that posting such a recipe would incur the wrath of Ana’s Wooden Spoon, so I headed to my trusty recipe book and found a real dessert that my grandma always made when I visited her farm each summer. Best of all, the steps for creating it might even be easier than the effort required to whip up a cake.
[Ana’s note: But Sara would be so cute getting a spanking!]
Grandma’s Peach Cobbler
¼ cup butter/margarine, melted
1 cup sugar
1 cup flour
1½ t. baking powder
¾ cup milk
1 can peaches (or other fruit, but then you’d have to rename your cobbler)
¼ cup sugar
½ – 1 t. cinnamon
- Pour melted butter/margarine in 9X13 pan.
- Mix together 1 cup sugar, flour, baking powder and milk.
- Pour batter over butter/margarine. Do not stir layers together.
- Drain peaches and spoon evenly over batter. Again, do not stir layers together.
- Mix together remaining sugar and cinnamon. Sprinkle over top.
- Bake at 350 for 30 minutes.
I love eating this dish while it’s still warm, but if you’re going to act out any scenes from The Briefcase, you might want to let it cool a bit. However you choose, enjoy!
Final note, I took this cobbler out of the oven and left it unattended on the stove for less than ten minutes before I returned to take a picture. The thief who stole the missing piece (What? You couldn’t wait for 10 minutes or at least have taken a picture first?!) assures me that it was really good.
Author Bio: Sara Daniel writes what she loves to read—irresistible romance, from sweet to erotic and everything in between. She battles a serious NASCAR addiction, was once a landlord of two uninvited squirrels, and loses her car keys several times a day. The Briefcase is her first F/F romance. Subscribe to Sara’s newsletter: http://eepurl.com/rx_AL Visit her website: http://www.SaraDaniel.com