Sixty years ago the world changed… for the better. One day the world was dark, somber, gray, and boring. Then one day a new cake came out of the oven. Poodles jumped for joy, housewives rejoiced, and little kittens began playing with balls of string.
Now you can celebrate this glorious event by throwing your old Bundt pan into the recycling bin and buying this special edition pan. It’s got the larger original dimensions, handles for easily removing it from the oven, and a beautiful non-stick finish that leaves sharp edges on your cake.
You can still get the older finish with pretty colors to make these fabulous cakes.
Bundt Cake Bliss: Delicious Desserts from Midwest Kitchens has a veritable plethora of Bundt cake recipes.
Betty shows you how to level that curvy cake:
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