Saturday, December 12, 2009

Re-posting a Successful Bundt Cake

This Sunday I chose to re-post an actual successful baking experience : )) This post was from August of this year. Thanks Chari for giving us a chance to re-do things! See a list of everyone's favorite things at:

It's time again for Foodie Friday. Join Michael and all the participants for loads of wonderful recipes!

Don't you think I'm brave for cooking something again!! Well, this is baking; I'm a little better at that.

This is my new Silicone Bundt pan that I got at Marshalls for $3.99!! Thought I'd try it. I never had any silicone bake pans before.

Here is a photo of half the cake. (Yes, it made a whole cake!) I'm giving this half to my daughter as I shouldn't eat the whole thing myself!! (I COULD, but I shouldn't) It is just delicious.
I didn't take any photos while making this as it was after I had watched my grandchildren all day and it's just lucky I didn't get my hand caught in the mixer, let alone take pictures of all the steps of the recipe! I don't even know what possessed me to make a cake last night but I must've had a bad yearning for it!!!!

Here is the recipe. It came on the new bundt pan above that I bought.

Brown Sugar Coffee Cake

for filling:
1 tsp cinnamon
6 TBSP brown sugar
1 cup chopped nuts
Mix above ingredients together and reserve

For the Batter:
1 cup butter
2 cups sugar
2 eggs
1 cup sour cream
1 1/2 tsp vanilla
1 3/4 cup flour
1 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt

In a bowl with an electric mixer, cream butter and sugar together until fluffy. Add the eggs and mix well. Add the vanilla and sour cream and mix until well blended.
In a separate bowl combine the flour, salt, and baking powder. Add this to the batter and blend until smooth. Spray the bundt pan with pan coating and if silicone, place on a baking sheet. Add half of batter into mold and spread evenly. Sprinkle half the nut mixture on top of batter then add remaining batter and sprinkle with the last of the nut mixture.
Bake at 350 for 1 hour and 15 min. or until wooden skewer comes out clean. Cool completely in silicone form before turning out onto plate. Can dust with powdered sugar.

This came out good for me : )) (Even though I messed up and didn't save half the filling for the top.) Delicious anyway!
Have a good Friday


  1. Hi Shirley!

    Oh, this looks just yummy! I am going to give it a ry! thanks for reposting the recipe.

    Have a wonderful Sunday!

  2. Ohhh my that looks moist and delicious..I am going to have to make this during the holidays! Miss Bloomers/Sonia

  3. Hi Shirley...

    Yay!!! You were the first for Sunday Favorites this week...hehe! I just giggled when I read your note...too cute, my friend! So happy to have you for Sunday Favorites this week...what a great post to share with us! Mmmm...your bundt coffee cake turned out so pretty! Sure made me hungry for a piece...that's for sure! I'll have to give your recipe a try...would be so good with a cup of coffee in the morning! You know, I've been wondering how the silicone baking pans do...the whole thing really just amazes me. That you can put something that feels like plastic or rubber in the oven and not have it melt! I have a regular metal bundt the cooking time the same?

    Thank you for sharing your recipe with did GOOD, my friend!

    Warmest wishes and Christmas Blessings to you and your family!

    Chari @Happy To Design

  4. Hi Shirley! It's nice to meet you. This is what I love about blogland. I feel there are others out there like me, in a bubble and happy. That bundt cake looks lushes. And I'm sure you are excited about a new kitchen. We are redoing ours next year, the sad thing is we will be moving to Montana in a couple years so I guess I'm doing it for someone else.
    Thanks for stopping by me blog, have a nice Sunday.

  5. Mmmm -- just finished bkfast, but now I'm hungry again. Very nice picture and recipe. We went through a kitchen remodel before we sold our stick house; I figure if a marriage can survive that, it can survive anything.

  6. I wish I had a piece of this cake right now...along with a good cup of coffee! Thanks for sharing ~


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