Thursday, May 5, 2016

Bake Along Final Post - Bundt cake



I think by now many of you already knew that Bake Along is coming to an end and this will be our final post for our 5 year event. This was not anticipated earlier as we have already lined up the baking theme for the next coming months but due to some unexpected circumstances, we decided to end it.

Well, it is not a sad thing after all i believe that we have spent 5 good years baking together with fellow bloggers throughout the event and i want to thank all of you who has been supporting the event and baking along with us in regardless just once, two times, three times or many many times. Thank you so much!!  ...and to my 2 cooperative baking buddies cum co hostess,  Joyce from Kitchen Flavours and Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids, thank you very much to both of you. It has been good and wonderful baking with both of you, trying out recipes and trying out something which i have never baked before . Cheers to Bake Along and Happy 5th Anniversary! We shall end this event with our final theme, Bundt Cakes, good bye bake along.


i have baked these same marble butter cakes in one of our previous theme, Marbled Butter Cakes, only in minis this time, You can view everyone's marbled butter cakes here on that theme. If you would like to participate in our final theme, bundt cakes, kindly post from today up till May14 and drop us a comment so we know. Happy Baking!


Recipe
115gm salted butter, softened
1/3 cup sugar
156gm  all purpose flour
3/8tsp baking powder
2 large eggs
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
12 cup milk
2 oz semi sweet chocolate /bittersweet chocolate, coarsely chopped

Directions
1. Lightly grease and flour the mini bundt pan.In a heatproof bowl over simmering water, melt the chocolate.
2.Preheat oven to 175C . Sift together flour, baking powder and salt
3. Using electric mixer, beat butter and sugar till pale and fluffy. Add eggs one at a time, making sure each egg is properly mixed in before adding the next one. Add in vanilla.
4.Add in the flour and milk in alternate batches. Flour first and then milk and so on.
5. Pour half of the cake batter into the melted chocolate. Fold in gently till well mixed. Drop large spoonfuls of chocolate batter, then plain batter into the pan hole.
6. Bake for 30 mins .Remove from oven and let cool for about 30mins in the pan before removing.





19 comments:

  1. Hi Lena,
    I was just over at Zoe's where I learned about this being the final event for Bake Along. I can't believe it has been 5 years!!! You all have done amazing!!!

    I sure wouldn't mind "stealing" one of those little marble bundts and stuffing myself silly! They sound oh so yummy!

    Thank you so much for sharing, Lena...

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  2. Hi Lena,

    Bake Along is the 1st event when I just started my blog. It is through Bake Along that I get to know many friends. Thanks for these good 5 years! It's a good memory for me.

    I will still pop by your blog. Please continue to bake :D

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  3. Hi Lena! Very lovely mini bundt cakes. As they say, all good things must come to an end, sad as it is. But we can still keep baking along!

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  4. Hi Lena, I've baked a Rainbow Bundt Cake! http://pengskitchen.blogspot.sg/2016/05/rainbow-bundt-cake.html

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  5. Your bundt cake looks so cute and lovely. Happy Mother's day to you, lena.

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  6. These mini bundt cakes look so adorable!

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  7. Hi Lena,
    It has been an incredible, wonderful, yummilicious 5 years of Bake-Along! Thanks to you and Zoe for being such great baking buddies!
    Your mini bundt cakes look very cute, moist and delicious! See you around! Soon? :)

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  8. Hi Lena,

    Now looking back, I thought... What an incredible journey that we had baking together and this ending is like a new beginning for us. Sad but I hope everyone will find our new niche at somewhere :D

    I just want to say thank you thank you so much to recruit me to bake along with you and Joyce and all the supports and friendship that I have from you gals. It is my fortune to know the both of you :D

    Btw, Cecilia, Aunty Young, Irene and Jess (Bakerious) have all baked along with us.. So happy to know that we are never "alone" :D

    Please keep in touch (via email)

    Zoe

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  9. Hi Lena,
    Happy 5th Anniversary to Bake-Along. But sad it's the final event. Like Phong Hong shared "all good things must come to an end".
    Thanks for organising the event that has brought so much fun and knowledge sharing to me.

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  10. I love mini-bundts! These are beautiful! What a fitting end to your Bake-Along!

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  11. Lena, love this mini bundt cakes...and also love your photography :)

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  12. Hi Lena, I have baked a Chocolate Marble Bundt Cake to mark the last Bake Along. Thank you for the heart and efforts in organising this wonderful event.

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  13. Hi Lena, my bake: Lemon Yogurt Bundt Cake is on my blog. :)

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  14. They do look good. Hope you are well Diane

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  15. They do look good. Hope you are well Diane

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  17. Thanks for the recipe! I'm babysitting my two siblings and needed something simple for dinner. I should try this.

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  19. I made this tonight and it was amazing! Delicious. Next time I will add more chocolate. Thank you for the amazing and simple recipe.

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