Cranberry Lemon Bundt Cake

Cranberry Lemon Bundt Cake

Cranberry Lemon Bundt Cake

I had neglected the blog recently as my attention had been directed elsewhere in the past few weeks. I have just returned from a trip back east where I attended my high school reunion, and boy, was it a good time. The last time I saw many of these folks they were 17 years old. It was actually kind of sweet how many of the guys were whipping out their iPhones and showing me pictures of their grand-children. Everybody was there; the captain of the cheerleaders, the homecoming queen, the jocks, the potheads, all just a little bit older and a little bit grayer (if that’s even a word). So, now the party’s over and it’s time for me to get back to my real mission in life, and that’s cake.

Today was one of those rare days in Los Angeles where it was cold and cloudy and actually raining. It was the perfect day to put on the thick fuzzy socks, a heavy sweatshirt and break out the KitchenAid and just bake.  And did we ever have a good time, me and the KitchenAid that is. When November rolls around I like to make things with cranberries. Personally I think that they’re a terribly underrated fruit, but they really shine in this Cranberry Lemon Bundt Cake. If you’re looking for a good cake to bring to a Thanksgiving dinner, this one would be a winner.

P.S. And I just want to give a little shout out to Mindy and Greg for reading the blog. Thanks!

Cranberry Lemon Bundt Cake

Cranberry Lemon Bundt Cake

Cranberry Lemon Bundt Cake

From Williams Sonoma

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Mama’s Tips:

I would suggest that you invest in a silicone bundt pan.  My experience with metallic bundt pans is that often, the cake can get stuck in the crevices of the pan even when properly buttered and floured. When I use the silicone pan the cake always relases perfectly.

Cranberry Lemon Bundt Cake

Cranberry Lemon Bundt Cake

Recipe: Easy

28 thoughts on “Cranberry Lemon Bundt Cake

  1. Looks Wonderful, Great Pictures. Now you have to figure a way to send me samples,
    Good to see you again. Until the next reunion, keep baking!

    Greg

  2. Sheryl, This looks and sounds delicious:-) Your commentary is always so much fun to read, too.
    Seeing you at the 40th was terrific treat. Hope to see you again before the next one!

  3. yumm!! I absolutely love baking. And my mother loved baked goods! I’ve ran out of ideas but now that I’ve found your blog, I can’t wait to get started again!! Keep up the good work. The pictures look absolutely delicious! =)

    - Jenn
    eatbreatheyogini.wordpress.com

  4. just baked this cake- its 1:10 in the morning! lol waiting for it to cool so I can drizzle the lemon glaze on. I’m a baker and I can already tell this cake is gonna taste amazing- it looks gorgeous!!

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