I’ve been busily baking away in my kitchen and have just created this light and floral lavender and honey bundt cake for Mother’s day which is this coming Sunday, the 11th of March. Over the past couple of years I have been baking my own cakes for Mother’s Day – a raspberry rose bundt cake and a blood orange, rhubarb and ginger cake.
This cake, along with one more recipe which I will be publishing for Easter, will be one of the last bakes in my kitchen as it is now. I’m having the kitchen and the dining room refurbished with the aim of creating a better working space for me to teach cookery from home as well as to prepare for private events and my regular supper club.
I’ll be cooking from a temporary kitchen for about a month, so if I discover any blog worthy speedy one pot recipes I will let you know. Any successful recipes will probably end up featuring on a course one day with students and busy working parents in mind. I’ll be posting kitchen updates on Instagram, it’s been a long time coming…
My lavender & honey bundt cake is straightforward to master. It’s definitely a cake that any novice baker could manage and if you don’t have a bundt tin then just bake it in a regular cake tin. The smell of the lavender and the honey wafting through the kitchen is irresistible. A flavour combination that is hard to beat.
I’ve discovered so many more inspired bundt cakes online too:
Rhubarb & marzipan cake – Fab For 4 All
Coffee & walnut bundt cake – Butcher Baker Baby
Peach & clementine bundt cake – Casa Costello
Lemon Babkas – Ren Behan
Marmalade & chocolate marble cake – Celery & Cupcakes
Cinnamon swirl bundt cake – Dolly Bakes
Rum bundt cake – Patisserie makes Perfect
Pumpkin spice bundt cake -Baking Martha
Champagne & raspberry bundt cake – Supper in the Suburbs