National Bundt Cake Day Celebration: 30 Bundts in 30 Days

published Nov 15, 2010
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Did you know November 15th is National Bundt Cake Day? Mary of The Food Librarian has been celebrating by baking 30 bundts over the past 30 days and we’ve been inspired by the range of bundts she’s produced. Classic, mini, ice-cream-filled, savory, jellied — she’s made them all!

Over the past month, Mary has baked many classic bundt cakes with simple glazes, like a zucchini olive oil bundt with crunchy lemon glaze. These are the kinds of bundts we make most often when entertaining because they look fancier than regular cakes yet don’t require any extra work.

But we’re really intrigued by her more inventive recipes, like the ice-cream-stuffed chocolate bundt decorated like a giant doughnut, the ring-shaped tower of cream puffs she calls a “croquembundt” and the meatloaf bundt with a tunnel of hard-cooked egg, which looks like a meal-sized scotch egg.

Check it out: I Like Big Bundts 2010 – The Food Librarian

Are you a fellow bundt cake fan?

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