If you’re looking to impress without a lot of effort, a Bundt cake can be your best baking friend. The pan, with its fluted sides and center tube, ensures both even baking and a decorative edge, meaning cakes bake evenly and look so good they need only a dusting of powdered sugar or drizzle of glaze to be table-ready. Pound cakes like this Blueberry Bundt Cake one work great in Bundt pans, and a tart lemon glaze perfectly complements the sweetness of the wild blueberries.
We love this blueberry Bundt cake for its ease and elegance, making it perfect for a casual tea time gathering, special occasions (like Mother’s Day), or as a thoughtful gift during happy or troubled times. Rather than sprinkling the blueberries into the batter, they’re tossed with cinnamon and sugar, then spooned on top of the batter in alternating layers. This subtle nod to coffee cake only enhances the cake’s flavor, and let’s be honest, there’s nothing wrong with that.
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