Rhubarb Almond Cake

Rhubarb is ready for Spring picking or pulling or plucking. What do you call the harvesting of Rhubarb, anyway? Did you know that Rhubarb leaves are poisonous?

The recipe I picked to bake called for a pound of Rhubarb.

I got the recipe here.

BTW the rhubarb discolored my metal tart pan in an ugly way. I didn’t realize that would happen.

This is a post from a couple years ago but since my rhubarb is prolific again this year I’m reposting. This was a yummy recipe.

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9 thoughts on “Rhubarb Almond Cake

  1. Oh my that does look amazing and mouthwatering! I do like rhubarb and almond is one of my favorite flavors. My mom has some rhubarb in her garden. Maybe the two us can try your recipe together. On a different note, I learned the leaves were poisonous when my friends baby goat got into hers and died. A sad lesson.

  2. I was actually surprised there was only 3/4 cups of sugar in this — my memory of baking rhubarb pie or cobbler is that it took an awful lot of sugar. I stopped baking anything real sugary years ago (because of boring old health reasons) thus I’d never even given rhubarb another thought, The picture looked so mouth-watering though that I had to follow the link to the recipe. Maybe …..

  3. I love rhubarb but ours aren’t ready for harvesting yet. Can’t wait though. I always make Rhubarb Cobbler. Ken doesn’t care for it and I end up eating the whole thing.

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