After a much needed break, I’ve returned with a Southern favorite: Coca Cola Bundt Cake.
Okay, I know what your thinking…
Coca Cola Bundt Cake is not really a thing, but I’m making it a thing for this month’s #Bundtbakers. The theme, as you may have guessed, is retro desserts. When pondering old-school desserts the first thing that came to mind, after Baked Alaska and Cherries Jubilee, was Coca Cola sheet cake. Read More…
When you want a little something that’s sweet and spicy, reach for this Mexican Chocolate Bundt Cake; it’s rich and spiced with cinnamon and cayenne pepper.
I can’t believe it’s that time again!
But it is! It’s time for another round from the lovely members of Bundtbakers. The wondrous Lauren of Sew You Think You Can Cook is our host this month. She has charged us with the task of creating a bundt recipe which contains the extremely versatile cinnamon. I love the warming effects that cinnamon brings to almost every recipe where it’s used. It’s especially fantastic in these fried cinnamon sugar tortillas.
You and your chocoholic loved one will devour this Dark Chocolate Heart Cake on Valentine’s Day.
I can’t believe Valentine’s Day is almost here. It feels like I was just baking a Nutella Glazed S’more Bundt Cake and complaining about how it felt like Fall would never come. Ironically, here it is the middle of Winter and it’s 81 degrees out, not that I’m complaining. It’s actually quite nice. Read More…
What’s up, people? Are you ready for another round of the fabulousness that is Bundtbakers?
I mean, I can’t hear you through my laptop so I’m assuming you all responded with a resounding “Yes!” This month’s theme is Strange but good flavor combinations. I found some weird ones out there, particularly this avocado pound cake with raspberry glaze. But I think what astounded me the most was the thought of mixing chocolate and onion. What?