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May 15, 2011

Madeleine in a Cube

Madeleines are of course baked in shell shaped molds but baking them in cubes made from parchment paper is fun too. To do this, you would have to learn to make a simple cube with a 7 square inch parchment paper origami. Then fill each one a little more than half full with a basic madeleine batter.
Bake them in a 350 degree oven for at least 12 minutes. Then let cool before serving.
Here's one I'll open for you.






Enjoy!




25 comments:

  1. What a great idea; Interesting shape + no washing up!

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  2. Zen-like and unusual shape for a madeleine, beautiful to see, it is like modern art or very ancient, you are always original dear Arthur. So, i am going to learn how to make origami cubes! I remember something similar you did some time ago in a rectangular shape but open on top, did you? Ciao!

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  3. How clever! Origami and baking ... oribaking!

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  4. What a wonderful idea!!....I never thought to make madeleines in origami....you are the best!!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

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  5. Wow, this is a wonderful idea.

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  6. Hi again! I had so much fun making these today :D Hope you don't mind if I share it ... it's too good not to!

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  7. wow wow I am totally impressed! I would have never thought of this clever idea.

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  8. Ideales para un buen desayuno o una estupenda merienda y como siempre muy originales

    Abrazos

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  9. This does fulfill your amazing ability to take food and put it in an art gallery. And scrumptious edible art gallery.

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  10. This is a brilliant idea. You always come up with superb artistic thoughts. Diane

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  11. I absolutely second Diane. Just the origami is so cool!

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  12. hey, so much fun to eat this! so cute, they look like little parcels! write an address on it, put a fake stamp and hand over! one for me, pls!

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  13. So divine idea!!! I love it, so cute :D

    Nice Day.

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  14. Oh my Gosh!!! MIK.... that'a great!!!! Thank you for the idea...ciao, Flavia

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  15. Awesome perfect idea. Love that cute little parcels.

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  16. They are like cute little gifts ~ totally scrumptious n will definitely make for a great presentation too!
    US Masala

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  17. That is a beautiful and creative way to present cake! Love it!

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  18. Great idea! Mi hija me puede ayudar con los cubitos, le va a encantar. Gracias!

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  19. This is so amazing! You gathered two of my favorite things: baking and origami. I'll try to make the cubes. I'd love to try these! Thanks for sharing your amazing artful creativity. That makes me think that there are so many other origami shapes that could be used for baking... very clever!

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  20. Guess what? I've made these too but made the cube boxes into rabbits instead, so my madeleines were in rabbits! They were meant to be posted at Easter, but I never got round to the write-up. You see, great minds do think alike ;-).

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  21. nooooooooooooooo...ma è un'idea meravigliosa......
    sai che figura presentarli così?????
    complimenti davvero, un'idea fantastica!!!!!
    a presto,
    ciaoooooooooooooooooooooooo

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  22. How beautiful. You've turned each cake into a little gift and - as Jasna commented - no washing up!

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  23. Kashmir free from Act 370 and this was first reported on Play Bazaar news website. why this act is to locked for kashmir? let's know Satta King Kashmir is the part of India and Kashmir and Pakistan want to mix together as a Pakistan country.

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