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Mini Bundt Cakes with Lime Curd and Edible Flowers

2 Comments | Written on June 19, 2013 at 12:00 am , by

All week long we are celebrating the bundt as we search for the “Best Bundt Cake Ever” in our $10,000 recipe contest.  One of the many reasons I love bundt cakes, is all the adorable shapes and sizes.  (Check out the Nordic Ware website sometime and you will see what I mean!)

Of course, the only dessert more fun than a bundt cake is a mini bundt cake!

Keep reading for the recipe…

This recipe is a classic pound cake with a twist of lime.  You will find both lime juice and zest in the batter and the cakes are topped with a dollop of prepared lime curd.  (Lime or lemon curd can be found in the jams and jellies section of your grocery store.)

Individual-sized mini bundt cakes are great to serve at wedding showers, enjoy with afternoon tea, or offer as an elegant dessert at any summer soiree.

Edible flowers make an easy and impressive garnish for these mini bundt cakes.  They can often be found near the fresh herbs in the produce section of your grocery store.

Go ahead, take a bite!  Not only do they offer a beautiful presentation, I found these had a very pleasant, slight peppery flavor.

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