Back-to-Back Bundt Cakes

I have two friends who have back-to-back February birthdays.  I thought it was about time I finally made use of my bundt pan bought several weeks back but has yet to see the light of day feel the heat of the oven. :P  The consecutive birthdays fell on a Monday and a Tuesday, which coincided with my daughter’s school events.  So much as I wanted to make more elaborate birthday cakes, I was left with not much choice but to follow minimalist architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s adopted motto that “less is more”. ;)

For birthday celebrant #1, who is not so fond of chocolate, I made a Carrot Bundt Cake with Honey Cream Cheese Frosting…

The cake turned out nicely, at least it looked like it did.  The recipient did say it was “rap-sa”, a play with the Tagalog word “sarap” which means “yummy”. :)

I simply piped the honey cream cheese on the bottom of the cake and sprinkled powdered sugar on top.

For birthday celebrant #2, a self-confessed chocoholic like yours truly, I made a rich, moist, chocolatey sinful chocolate bundt cake…

My friend said it’s a “chocolic’s dream” so that’s what I’m calling this cake…Chocolic’s Dream Bundt Cake with Chocolate Glaze and Chopped Pecans.  This is my answer to Costco’s “Chocolate Lover’s Delight” (as if Costco cared!)  Hee hee! :P

If you’re currently taking one of the top 10 diet pills, it might make you shiver to find out that in addition to the chocolate glaze and the chopped pecans, semi-sweet and white chocolate morsels were also incorporate into the cake batter.  How’s that for chocolate overload? Yum, yum, yum!  You can get the recipe HERE.

Have a great week ahead, y’all!  Cheers and Mabuhay! ;)

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2 Responses to “Back-to-Back Bundt Cakes”

  1. oh this surely is a chocolate dream cake :)


    munchkinmommy Reply:

    Hi Snooky Doodle! It definitely is a chocoholic’s dream cake! Haha! You have to run a 5K to make up for that one slice. ;) But who cares, right? Hee hee!


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