Sunday’s With Joy : Carrot Cake Madeleines

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Confession: I’m a magician.

It’s true. Okay, it’s no where near true, I can’t even do a card trick without messing it up ( now that’s true). But I did turn pancakes into Madalines. It was an idea. A great idea. And I got to play in cream cheese frosting.

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Joy(look at me – calling her Joy as though we’re BFF), is in fact the magician. 3 words Carrot. Cake. Pancakes.

Dessert and Breakfast all in one – YES! Cream Cheese Frosting before noon – YES!  … Magician.

Except, then I went and LTSL’ed this whole magic trick and I baked the bad boy, dunked it, and then …. mmmm.

Let’s just say, I don’t even have crumbs left.

Madalines are pretty. And they’re french – I feel like everything french is pretty and a little more sophisticated. I can’t speak fluent french but Madalines .. I could get use to that language.

Don’t forget to get your copy of the recipe, in this glitzy / glam book.

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Carrot Cake Madelines

Alterations:

  • Added 4 Tbsp Ground Flax and Chai Meal
  • Filled A large Madeline Pan and baked for 20 Minuets.

Let’s french ;)

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Cream Cheese Glaze

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Dunk!

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Enjoy!!
Don’t forget to stop by tomorrow, I’m making my take on Joy’s Brown Butter Peanut Butter Crispy Rice Treats

xox

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2 thoughts on “Sunday’s With Joy : Carrot Cake Madeleines

  1. The French don’t eat big breakfasts, and this is especially true in Paris. The typical Parisian breakfast consists of a croissant and a cup of coffee – and not only will this smaller breakfast help save you a little money each morning, it will also give you a chance to eat something very French every single day. I’m talking, of course, about the croissant.

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