The Lemon-Glazed Buttermilk Bundt Cake from the book Coffee Cakes: Simple, Sweet and Savory by Lou Seibert Pappas is the next bake for the members of The Home Bakers. The Home Bakers is hosted by Joyce from Kitchen Flavours. If you are keen to join us, please contact Joyce.
Grace of Life Can be Simple picked this lovely bake and for the full recipe, please click here.
You can either use buttermilk or yoghurt in this bake and since I don't always have buttermilk I used yoghurt in the bake. I've always loved lemon and yoghurt cakes - and this was another great recipe that produces a cake which is moist, fluffy and crumbly. What's special about this cake is the addition of nuts (either cashews or almonds) which added texture to the cake as you bite into it. The lemon glaze made the cake very lemony - I think in future I would leave that out as my daughters complained that it was too sour for their liking.
Mich, the texture of the cake looks fluffy and moist. I don't quite fancy lemony cakes so I guess I would leave out the lemon glaze too.ReplyDelete
This cake looks like and super fluffy :DReplyDelete
I really want a taste!
This is my sort of thing. Very nice and light. I'd love this even for breakfast with a cup of tea :-)ReplyDelete
The cake looks very yummy.ReplyDelete
Oh this sounds so good! I love buttermilk cake.ReplyDelete
Mich, I can tell that this is your favourite cake as have yoghurt & lemon in there, hehe! Pls share a slice with me please!ReplyDelete
Yogurt and lemon - i'm already liking this cake - look so moist :)ReplyDelete
Loving this bunt cake!!! We are such fans of lemon cake.. Cant get enough of it...ReplyDelete
I love the texture of this cake! And I also love lemon cakes :)ReplyDelete
Gosh - I wish I could have a slice now
This cake looks great! I seldom make lemon cake and must try it one day.ReplyDelete
My son is different from your daughters. He like eating sour food like vinegar and lemon. I think he will like this cake but didn't bake this due to my travels.
Not a cake expert, but I sure know how to eat! Nice cake, Mich!ReplyDelete
... and I love the plates. :D
Hi Mich! I think your daughters love their cakes sweet, maybe that's why! I'm actually very fond of this cake as there's a very nice balance between sweet and sour, perfect for breakfast ;)ReplyDelete
The texture of your cake looks wonderful! I think most kids love sweet over sour food. I love the lemon glaze it as it is not too sweet and so perfect with the cake!
Your cake looks so very moist! I love adding yogurt to my baked goods. Thank you for sharing yet another delightful recipe. I'm tempted to go out and recreate this right now!ReplyDelete
I have been so wanting to try a buttermilk cake..yours looks soft and temptingReplyDelete
A very beautiful bundt cake, Mich. The cake has a smooth and moist crumb. Just beautiful!ReplyDelete
that's pretty! i am actually thinking to omit the nuts..not sure tho..hope to make mine by this week .ReplyDelete
Hi Mich, lovely cake. The texture look really moist and nice. Anymore left? :)ReplyDelete
Have a great week ahead.
Hi Mich! Lemon glazed...NICE! I love citrus and sweet combination, so I naturally go for that combination over simple chocolate, although I am still crazy about chocolate. Your cake is moist and delicious. I'd be so happy if I have this cake for tea time...ReplyDelete
Hi Mich, your cake looks lovely & very moist! My hubby said that it's abit sour too!ReplyDelete
Mich, your cake looks awesome!! Glad you love this bake :)ReplyDelete
looks nice leh!ReplyDelete
Look wonderful, love the lemon glaze..ReplyDelete
Mich , I love citrus cake , actually the first lemon cake that I've baked comes from this site ;D Your cake looks very tempting and I'm very tempted to bake this lolReplyDelete
Mich, your bundt buttermilk cake looks wonderful.ReplyDelete
Love that crumb texture of your cake. Another lovely recipe from our book!ReplyDelete
This looks great for afternoon tea.ReplyDelete
It looks very moist and soft, wish i can make it soon.ReplyDelete