Graham-a-palooza, or Mr. Proust Goes to Nursery School

I saw the first recipe below for Graham Muffins below in the public recipe feed on the ReciFoto app this morning, which led me to do a search on Graham on Recifoto.com today.  When I was in nursery school, they would wake you up from nap time by placing a graham cracker on your tummy. As a result, I’ve always had a warm spot in my heart for graham crackers and that graham flavor. Perhaps the graham cracker is my petite madeleine, the cookie that set into motion Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past.

I’m a little confused by some of the recipes below because they are called graham this or that, but the recipe calls for whole wheat flour. Maybe someone reading this post can clarify that for me.

Here are the recipes resulting from my search, including the “whole wheat graham” recipes:

Do you have any favorite graham recipes? Please share them!

Shared by Maura:

Hi 🙂
Here’s what I found re: Graham flour. I love wiki! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graham_flour
Maura

 

Let’s Have Cake!

It’s my birthday today, so cake is on my mind. I just did a search on ReciFoto, and there are hundreds and hundreds of cake recipes. People like cake. My own personal favorite is kind of birthday cake is chocolate, but as long as the cake is shared with people I love, it really doesn’t matter what kind it is.

A couple of years ago I bought a box of recipe cards that included a bunch from Rockwood’s Chocolate Bits, which is now defunct. Think of chocolate bits as the equivalent of chocolate chips. Their factory is now lofts for hipsters in Brooklyn, I think. But the recipe cards are pretty cool. The other two recipes were from a book that my mom and other members of her generation in our family used to make birthday cakes for us when we were little. Enjoy!

Devil’s Food Cake

Marble Cake

Hawaiian Refrigerator Cake

Chocolate Bits Cup Cakes

Simple Tips for Baking Successful Cakes

Ella Elephant

Dandy-Lion Cake

Bonus: Jiffy Fudge Frosting

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