Lemon Crumb Cake is a New York style crumb cake with tangy lemon curd swirled throughout the sweet cake and topped with a crumb topping that will have you licking the plate to gobble up every scrumptious last morsel. This delicious make ahead brunch or dessert recipes is perfect for special occasions like holidays such as Easter.

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Lemon Crumb Cake is a New York style crumb cake with tangy lemon curd swirled throughout the sweet cake and topped with a crumb topping that will have you licking the plate to gobble up every scrumptious last morsel. This delicious make ahead brunch or dessert recipes is perfect for special occasions like holidays such as Easter.

An Easter version of my easy-to-make rocky road recipe featuring Cadbury creme eggs

Creme Egg Rocky Road

An Easter version of my easy-to-make rocky road recipe featuring Cadbury creme eggs

NYT Cooking: Take advantage of rhubarb season with this easy dessert. Baked and unmolded, this cake resembles a pale pink mosaic atop velvet-crumbed and vanilla-infused cake. The rhubarb, which you’ll add in raw, is tangy and tender, firm enough to give you something to chew over. It’s an easy half-hour of prep and another hour and change in the oven, ample time for a light supper, anticipation of dessert hanging in the spring air.

NYT Cooking: Take advantage of rhubarb season with this easy dessert. Baked and unmolded, this cake resembles a pale pink mosaic atop velvet-crumbed and vanilla-infused cake. The rhubarb, which you’ll add in raw, is tangy and tender, firm enough to give you something to chew over. It’s an easy half-hour of prep and another hour and change in the oven, ample time for a light supper, anticipation of dessert hanging in the spring air.

Cornflake & Malteser Rocky Road! ❤️ A delicious twist on a classic – Cornflake & Malteser Rocky Road! Perfect for a party, or just as a good snack!

Cornflake & Malteser Rocky Road! ❤️ A delicious twist on a classic – Cornflake & Malteser Rocky Road! Perfect for a party, or just as a good snack!

LOTUS BISCOFF CAKE! A Delicious and Moist 3-layer Biscoff Cake with Lotus Biscuits! Perfect Spiced and Sweet cake for all Biscoff Lovers out there!

LOTUS BISCOFF CAKE! A Delicious and Moist 3-layer Biscoff Cake with Lotus Biscuits! Perfect Spiced and Sweet cake for all Biscoff Lovers out there!

London Fog Cake - chocolate cake with Earl Grey buttercream and salted caramel, a recipe from the new cake book Layered by Tessa Huff | on http://TheCakeBlog.com

London Fog Cake

London Fog Cake - chocolate cake with Earl Grey buttercream and salted caramel, a recipe from the new cake book Layered by Tessa Huff | on http://TheCakeBlog.com

Toblerone Brownies! ❤️ Chocolatey, Easy, and Super Delicious Toblerone Brownies, full of Toblerone Chunks!

Toblerone Brownies! ❤️ Chocolatey, Easy, and Super Delicious Toblerone Brownies, full of Toblerone Chunks!

Fantasy Pavlova topped with luscious berries - perfect for Christmas in New Zealand! (Annabel Langbein).  This is how I like my pav - loaded with berries on top of a blend of 50/50 sweetened whipped cream and greek yoghurt, just to cut down the richness a tad.

Fantasy Pavlova topped with luscious berries - perfect for Christmas in New Zealand! (Annabel Langbein). This is how I like my pav - loaded with berries on top of a blend of 50/50 sweetened whipped cream and greek yoghurt, just to cut down the richness a tad.

This is a subtle cake: the coffee tempers the sweetness, and the buttery sweetness keeps it all mellow. Even if you don't make cakes, this one is a cinch. Don't be alarmed if the two sponge layers look thin when you unmold them. They are meant to be, because the cake gains a lot of height with its frosting. This cake is all about old-fashioned, homespun charm, so don't worry about how messy it looks: however the frosting goes on is fine. (Photo: Craig Lee for NYT)

This is a subtle cake: the coffee tempers the sweetness, and the buttery sweetness keeps it all mellow. Even if you don't make cakes, this one is a cinch. Don't be alarmed if the two sponge layers look thin when you unmold them. They are meant to be, because the cake gains a lot of height with its frosting. This cake is all about old-fashioned, homespun charm, so don't worry about how messy it looks: however the frosting goes on is fine. (Photo: Craig Lee for NYT)

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