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How does an ordinary person make a sophisticated, crowd-pleasing cake in a snap? With a bundt pan, of course! Foodie Susanna Short brings back the beautiful bundts of yesteryear with mouthwatering, kitchen-tested recipes for busy families, elegant entertainers, and confection connoisseurs everywhere in Bundt Cake Bliss.
From vintage favorites like Quick Orange Kiss and Tunnel of Fudge to fanciful finds like Green Chili Cornbread and Mexican Hot Chocolate Mini Bundts, this delightful book features just about every delectable bundt baked by the Midwest's own since the handy pan burst into the baking scene in the 1960s. And don't forget the dozens of glazes, sauces, and frostings sure to transform any cake into a shining crown of glory.
Here is a cookbook that makes baking accessible to all, where fun is an essential tool in the kitchen. Among the delicious recipes and stories of the cakes and their creators are tips for dressing up bundts for special occasions and for managing those unexpected mishaps. And to top it off, Short offers warm and humorous reflections about the power of bundts in building community.
|Publisher:||Minnesota Historical Society Press|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.40(d)|
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I bought this colorful,creative book for a friend who put it on her Christmas list. After looking through it, I was captivated by the creative, delicious-looking recipes and bought one for myself. It's a simple way to make desserts appear elegant while keeping the whole process blissfully simple.
I bought this and another bundt cake cookbook at the same time. While the other was a disappointment, I found this one to be worthwhile. The recipes are updates and modifications to some of the original bundt cake recipes that were published by Nordic Ware. There are even a few in here that I haven't found published elsewhere and speculate that these may be treasures that were either published in local papers are passed around by some fabulous bakers up in the Mid West. So far I am impressed with this cookbook and will use it and refer to it far in the future.
This book would've been better with a few more recipes including more pound cake recipes.