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    This is a moist, full of fruit high-riser! I just purchased a small bag of frozen mixed berries, and added them in frozen, do not thaw, or use all blueberries if desired, or all raspberries or all blackberries! Because of all the frozen fruit, this cake will take a little longer to bake, so you might want to loosely cover the cake with foil the last 15 minutes or more of baking as to avoid browning. Make certain that your butter, eggs and buttermilk are all at room temperature for this cake, and use all-purpose and also cake flour,it will make a difference in the cakes quality! For a really nice presentation, prepare the recipe in 12 greased mini bundt tins, bake for 35-45 minutes or until the cakes test done, then follow the instructions for glazing the mini cakes, then if desired glaze with white chocolate.

    Recipe #161942

    From "Baking, From My Home to Yours" Dorie Greenspan. I always like her recipes.

    Recipe #255105

    I can't say enough about this cake, it is moist, dense and buttery!... I have made this using mini chocolate chips and just recently made it with dried cranberries, I plan on making this for the holidays to serve to guests! I baked mine in a tube pan. Since I am making this cake again for the holidays, I plan on adding in some red food colouring in the glaze, and I will chop up frozen or fresh cranberries and add them into the cake batter, but that is only optional.

    Recipe #145170

    This is an easy and quick Bundt Cake that will leave your house smelling wonderful -- of apples and spice, a great recipe for Fall. Cake is moist and full of wonderful spicey rich flavor!

    Recipe #141749

    A wonderful very moist apple Bundt cake with a delicious caramel glaze. This cake can be completely baked and glazed a day ahead, just cover with a cake dome and let stand at room temperature.

    Recipe #139684

    I love bundt cakes & this one has been a favorite of mine for over 20 years! *For the 1/3 cup of orange juice in the glaze, I like to use half OJ & half Triple-Sec, or something similar!

    Recipe #209894

    Wow! I saw this in one of my church cookbooks and had to post it. I've never seen a lemon bundt cake before that calls for two lemon pudding mixes plus a can of lemon-lime soda.

    Recipe #175468

    When pie isn't what you want and cake seems to sweet, try this tasty apple and pear bundt cake that is full of flavor. Makes a wonderful ending to a delicious dinner!

    Recipe #331341

    Super moist and absolutely delicious! This cake can also be baked in a 10-inch tube pan.

    Recipe #182458

    6 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This is a delicious cake to serve anytime. The recipe was printed in a grocery store handout.

    Recipe #275239

    Posted for ZWT6 German Region. I found this on a Authentic German Foods recipe site. I did find it interesting to learn that the word "Bundt" comes from the German word "Bund" which literally means "gathering of people". Isn't that sweet?? This is a versatile recipe in that it is good for a breakfast treat, pack in a lunch, take on a picnic or serve as a dessert after dinner.

    Recipe #423478

    The Fuyu is a non-astringent variety of persimmon (it won't dry out your mouth, I promise). They are flat not pointy. They are eaten while still firm like an apple (peeled or unpeeled). They are very sweet and creamy and slightly spicy. I love them! Most recipes made with them are salads, salsas and chutneys. This is one of the only baking recipes I've found. It is from an old Sunset magazine. It turned out wonderful! The clove taste is dominent but I liked it. It was good hot out of the oven but even better the next day. I'm going to try more baking with this type of persimmon in recipes that use apples. *Next time I make it, I think I'll try adding 1-2 tbsp of orange zest and perhaps an orange glaze. This should work in 2 loaf pans as well. *I've never had a problem with this recipe mixing the baking soda with the Fuyus, as it says, but if you're wary of the same thing happening to you that happened to Lalaloula, add the baking soda to the dry ingredients.

    Recipe #198673

    This recipe was passed on to me many years ago by another bundt cake enthusiast! I use the all-fruit variety of apricot preserves.

    Recipe #215498

    This cake can be make all year round since it uses frozen blueberries.

    Recipe #156062

    This recipe originates in Nova Scotia which is the "blueberry capital" of Canada and was published in the Canadian Living magazine! Its easy, moist & absolutely delicious with a light orange glaze, served with ice cream or solo. It can also be made with "cultivated" berries.

    Recipe #97187

    A very quick and easy cake to prepare, yet so delicious and moist. No need to frost this cake, but you could and have it for that someones' special birthday, since it's such a pretty cake. I found this recipe in a 5 ingredient cookbook.

    Recipe #46401

    A really moist pineapple bundt cake. Ingredients are: a pineapple cake mix, instant coconut cream pudding mix, boxed pineapple gelatin, eggs, vegetable oil, and water. Great for serving cake at a Brunch, Pot Luck, Picnic or anytime.

    Recipe #57096

    I like this better than banana bread. A really nice moist cake.

    Recipe #61560

    This is an incredibly moist and delicious banana bundt cake/banana bread; the best one I've ever tasted. It also makes great muffins. It is so good, I don't feel it needs the optional glaze but I've included the instructions below if you want to make it. You can also simply dust with powdered sugar. The recipe is from Dorie Greenspan's fabulous cookbook, "Baking: From My Home to Yours". You can reduce the amount of butter by up to a 1/2.

    Recipe #434380

    From Cooking Light (September 2000). Topping the glaze with a bit of extra coconut and nuts dresses it up a bit.

    Recipe #120149

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