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Brown Sugar Cake


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Why I Love This Recipe

This type of cakes is necessary for the Icelandic Birthday Buffet. Many varieties are made, also with white sugar and all kinds of candies are also put in the bundts. The imagination has no boundaries there.

This one melts in your mouth!

Look forward to comments and may you love it like I do


Ingredients You'll Need

4 Eggwhites
4 deciliter cups moist dark brown sugar
500ml Whipping Cream


Directions

Beat the Eggwhites with the sugar til it´s stiff, for ca 4-5 minutes.


Place in two good buttered and floured round Bundt cake Pans and bake for 40 to 45 minutes at 95-120°C (200-250°F) Let dry completely. Cool completely. Great to do a day ahead or even a few days ahead.


Just 6 or 8 hours before serving whip the Cream and place half of it on the first Bundt, put the second Bundt ontop and cover with the rest of the Whipped Cream.


If desired you can also put halved canned Pears between the bundts along with the whipped cream.


Keep refrigerated til served. The Icelandic way of making these kinds of cakes is to put it in the freezer til 2 or 3 hours before serving.


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