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The Simple Bundt Cake – On The Rise Again

April 20, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A new dessert trend might be on the rise – if a Tulsa, Okla., baker has her way. The Bundt cake – baked in the familiar ring-shaped pan invented by Nordic Ware – is at the same time easy to make and versatile. The revival of the Bundt cake seems to have a lot to do with baby boomer nostalgia for the 1960s, when the cakes became popular after someone’s creation won a Pillsbury Bake-Off. Though basically simple, Bundt cakes can be as fancy as desired, filled with cream centers, glazed, covered with sprinkles, or soaked with flavorings – the “perfect last-minute dessert for anyone”, says Susan Bohannon, a founder of the T-Town Cake Club.  
Nicole Marshall Middleton , "Bundt cakes are back: Try new recipes and an old favorite", Tulsa World, April 20, 2014, © BH Media Group Holdings, Inc.
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