They opened a bakery here in LA last year and I've only been once. I'm never in LA since I stopped working, and like I said...they cost a pretty penny. Lucky for me a dear friend bought me the cookbook! I haven't made anything out of it, but my mother in law wanted GF cornbread for Thanksgiving and I had dog-eared that page in Babycakes. So that's our #2 bread this week!
We had it for lunch today with artichokes and vegan-hemp-aoli!
Review of Babycakes GF Cornbread
E - "Yummy Yum."
This 18 month old is quite adept at eating artichokes. Don't let the black eye scare you...she tumbled at last weeks Harvest Festival and then pulled the salt crystal lamp on her head the next day on the same spot! Poor cute little thing.C - Do you like the cornbread? "dip". She wanted more aoli for her artichoke. Then she gave her cornbread to her sister. So I'm guessing she didn't love it...she'd been snacking all day though, so she may have just been full.
Daddy - "It's good, I mean it's good for gluten free." Grin.
Mama - This is surprisingly light for a GF bread, and the blend of flour used doesn't taste earthy like some GF flours can. Also, beware that if your coconut oil is coconutty, you can definitely taste it in this. Ultimately I liked it and will use this recipe next week for T'giving.
Have you made anything out of the Babycakes Cookbook?