- Course: Dessert
- Servings: 12
- Prep. time: 10 min
I have to admit, this is my first time making a Bundt Cake! It’s just that every time I go to a kitchen store, I see a new cake pan or a new decoration and since I am what they call an impulse buyer, I buy the cake pan or the new decoration! Well, last time I went shopping, I bought a Bundt cake pan so here I am!
So I got home and told Karl that I was making a Bundt cake. He looks at me funny and says, what is a Bundt cake and why is it called a Bundt cake?!
Of course, I didn’t know why we call it a Bundt cake so I went searching on Google! Turns out that the Bundt cake name was derived from the German Bundkuchen, a ring shaped tea-time cake. I love learning new things like that. Maybe I should read a book instead of wasting my time searching the meaning of cake names….
I found this recipe on the good old Allrecipes website. I made a few changes to the recipe: Instead of using oil, I used homemade applesauce (way heathier!) and also used Apple juice instead of orange juice, just because Karl drank the orange juice the night before…Recipe found on: http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/apple-bundt-cake/detail.aspx