The making of a bundt cake

I love to read before bed. Lately, though, I’ve been leaving myself with very little time to do that. Last night I decided that I was going to turn in early just so I could surround myself with catalogs and magazines and breathe a big sigh of relaxation. Especially since my new issue of Cooking Light had arrived in my mailbox.

I flipped through the whole thing before my eyelids got droopy and fixated on this delicious Lemon-Blueberry Bundt Cake. My instincts were good. I knew it was going to be lovely the moment I dragged my finger through the batter. (Yeah, I know, you’re not supposed to eat raw eggs. But I’ve been taste-testing batter since I was a wee girl.) Every bit as good as it looks.

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Upside down but oh so attractive

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After the glaze…and in a pie plate (I need a platter, darn it)

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The seal of approval

3 thoughts on “The making of a bundt cake”

  1. Your son is just so darn cute he makes me grin every time I see a new picture of him. Having a bad day…..make it a Devin day….can’t walk away grumpy after that sweetness. Glad you found time to read in bed…the results were so worth it. 🙂

  2. Aw, Kristy…thanks so much! And I’m still enjoying that cake. Yum. (And I really like the latest design on your website.)

    Tracy, if you’re extra-special nice, I can just make you a cake and we can avoid all the legal paperwork.

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