First, I spent about an hour or so early in the morning blanching, dicing, mixing, melting, streuseling, spreading, baking, glazing, and plating.
I then cut a slice,
took a photo of the whole cake,
plated a slice for a photo,
placed it on the edge of the deck railing with the cake where I was photographing for good lighting so I could share here,
considered how I should be careful balancing so much on the railing….
cleaned up the broken plate, ENTIRE cake AND plated slice out of the mulch 10 feet below the deck…
and cut up a ripe, juicy cantaloupe for dessert.
I’ll have to try that one again another time…
We saved hundreds of calories,
The cantaloupe was SUPER sweet,
and I allowed myself an extra glass of wine that evening. 🙂
Cheers & Hugs,
PS If you would like the recipe for the Peach Coffee Cake (which I cannot tell you how it tasted), here is a link to The SeaSideBaker where I found the recipe. If you would like the recipe for my Cantaloupe dessert: cut up one fresh, ripe, juicy delicious cantaloupe into bite-sized pieces, and enjoy. 🙂