Poppy seed cake
January 17th, 2019 | bread & pastries
A crispy brown baked curd-oil dough forms the basis for this cake. The juicy poppy layer is topped by buttery-tasty crumbles. Whipped cream may but has not have to be. Any questions?
Sheet cake is always handy if you have many people at the coffee table. But of course you can also freeze a part of this wonderful poppy seed cake. Without problems.
Poppy seed cake
(results in a baking sheet with approx. 20 pieces – Attention: Allow the poppy seed mixture to cool down about 60 minutes)
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