Berry-Lemon Bundt Cake (Everyday Food)

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Berry-Lemon Bundt Cake (Everyday Food)
Yippee!
Project Runway's 5th season starts tonight!

I had a meeting at work this morning so I made a Berry-Lemon Bundt Cake from Everyday Food. You can find the recipe here.

Berry-Lemon Bundt Cake (Everyday Food) Berry-Lemon Bundt Cake (Everyday Food)
Berry-Lemon Bundt Cake (Everyday Food) Berry-Lemon Bundt Cake (Everyday Food)
John B. originally made it with 2 cups of fresh blueberries but I made it with 2 cups of frozen mixed berries from Trader Joe's (left overs from the cobbler). I lost a bit of the top coming out the pan, but that just provided a window to the cake! :)

There are two sticks of butter, one cup of sour cream, and 1 cup each of sugar and brown sugar. How can that NOT taste good? Just have a small slice and it's all good.

On the PBS show, John makes a glaze of 1/4 cup lemon juice + 2 1/2 cup powdered sugar - this isn't mentioned in the recipe, but was a nice addition. (I made mine with too much lemon juice so it was a bit runny).

Berry-Lemon Bundt Cake (Everyday Food)
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8 comments:

HoneyB said... [Reply to comment]

Oh Yum! Your cake looks delicious! I just made a Blueberry Pound cake from Cooking Light. It disappeared in 1 day!

KK said... [Reply to comment]

Mary...I took a look at your food and it looks extremely yummy! Will there be a food tasting anytime soon.

I'm especially digging on those ginger cookies and the Rice Vermicelli Curry - yummy, yummy for my tummy!

Janssen said... [Reply to comment]

wow, I've just been browsing through your site and everything looks delicious! I saw your comment on Smitten Kitchen and couldn't help but come take a look, since I'm currently in library school and can't resist looking at other librarians' blogs.

shweetpotato said... [Reply to comment]

Just made this today, DELICIOUS, this cake does not need a glaze at all, LOVE IT!! Had to blog about it lol

Paulette said... [Reply to comment]

Hi,

I know this post it old but was wondering if you had to strain the fronzen mixed berries from TJ's before mixing into batter?

Thanks for the nice blog!

The Food Librarian said... [Reply to comment]

@Paulette Hi Paulette, I put in the frozen berries without any draining or rinsing. I just put them straight from the bag into the batter. If your berries have gotten lots of ice on it, then I would put the berries into a strainer and shake it to get rid of some of the ice...but I wouldn't use water to rinse them, just shake the excess ice off. Hope that helps! - mary

Adry said... [Reply to comment]

This looks awesome and I will try to make it. Please check out my site as well: lickthebeater.blogspot.com

Karen K. said... [Reply to comment]

I LOVE this recipe -- I wasn't sure about the brown sugar and the lemon zest in the same cake, but it's delicious!! I couldn't stop licking the batter off the spatula. That's how you know it's a keeper.

I also made it with half blueberries and half raspberries, and I used the Nordicware rose pan, to take to work tomorrow. There was batter leftover so I made a mini bundt in my 3-cup Kaiser pan so I could test it. Yum!

Thanks for your amazing blog!

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