There are so many things I love about this gluten free banana buttermilk bundt cake. First thing. The bundt pan. Yes, it’s a beauty. Now the key to making this baked cake release perfectly is greasing it liberally. Yes, it’s non-stick, but, nonetheless, I wouldn’t even think about that because I wouldn’t want to take that chance of ruining a cake! This Nordic Ware 70th Anniversary Crown Bundt® surely puts on a show when you serve it.
Another thing to love about this cake. Yes, it’s gluten free, and I tried the it with the brown rice flour and was pleasantly surprised at the texture and outcome of the cake. We ate on the cake for about three days, and it stayed perfectly moist and tender when covered securely.
Last thing I like about this cake is that you probably can’t mess it up. I mean there’re two bowls. One with wet ingredients. One with dry ingredients. Mix and blend. Pour into the well-greased bundt pan. Bake. Cool. Release. This batter is versatile and can be used to bake muffins and bread, too. I might even try it as pancake batter. Since I love the aroma of cinnamon, it’s got its share of that warm spice in it, too.
You know, sometimes it’s kinda hard writing an intro to a recipe. I think if you like something, you just want to ‘jump’ to the recipe and get it rather than reading about the creation of it. Unless, of course, it’s some spine tingling interesting story. This wasn’t, so no problem if you jumped to the recipe. Hey, let me know in the comments below. I may just shorten some of these recipe intros even more! xoxo ~ally Making a lemon glaze is easy. Take one lemon, both juice and zest. You should have a few tablespoons of juice. Add one-half or more powdered sugar and whisk well working out the little lumps. Drizzle the lemon glaze on sliced pieces of cake.
Making a lemon glaze is easy. Take one lemon, both juice and zest. You should have a few tablespoons of juice. Add one-half or more powdered sugar and whisk well working out the little lumps.
Drizzle the lemon glaze on sliced pieces of cake.