It was a very nice tea cake and I could see making it for an afternoon tea or brunch. You want this glaze thick, thicker than your regular drizzle glaze, because we want it to stick to the sides of the cake when it’s hot. Can’t wait to compare this one. I’d first known you when you was just a mommy of one beautiful baby boy. Thanks so much for this. Spray the inside of a 9 or 10 inch bundt pan with nonstick cooking spray and set aside. For me, I think it’s great for special occasions – and it’s a fabulous hostess gift, too. Melted butter normally works as a replacement but I know the chef behind this recipe felt that the texture is better with oil. But the slices we ate for breakfast without berries or cream were also fantastic so the there really is no need to guild the lily. It’s super salty, to the point that it’s the most dominant flavor, not the lemon. That said, I can’t wait to make this – after I buy some mascarpone cheese. It was sufficiently dark on the bottom. Thanks for the post! Mine did stick in the bundt pan even though I greased and sugared well (at least I THOUGHT I did), but the glaze stuck the top bits right back on. No one complained though. When we cut the cake the inside was underdone, and there was a big hollow space running throughout the whole cake. I made this cake the day I got the post in my email (Friday) and my husband and I demolished the last crumbs last night (Sunday!) Sooo just made it!! Cake pan – I used a 10-inch ring cake or ciambella cake mould. One of the best desserts I’ve ever made or eaten! Thanks Deb! It might work but I think that this pumpkin bread has a similar-ish density/moisture/great crust? What if one were to use vanilla flavored yogurt and reduced or eliminated the vanilla in the recipe? What can I use to substitute? The only difference is I used 1 cup avocado oil and 1/4 cup coconut oil in the first delicious cake and the second too-salty cake was made with olive oil and coconut oil. I just don’t have any and don’t want to buy a whole bottle for one recipe. If I don’t like lemon, can I substitute vanilla? Ciambella del Mattino (Morning Bundt Cake) and Authentic Italian Desserts Cookbook Review 23 August, 2019 by Tara 5 Comments Authentic Italian Desserts: 75 Traditional Favorites Made Easy , written by Rosemary Molloy, features a variety of delicious Italian desserts for every occasion. 2. I baked it in a bundt pan and it baked off perfectly! I was wishing I’d just committed to all Paleo flour, but having never tried the recipe before… well, just a bit leery of heading completely off the rails. Cooked for 12 minutes longer than the recipe but my oven is typically slow/cool. 3 large eggs We ate the cooked parts and it was delicious. Oh, and reading over the recipe again I realized I definitely used 100% Greek yogurt, not plain. None I’ve found have the wide diameter tube in the center. Thanks for another amazing recipe! Six Months Ago: Salted Butter Chocolate Chunk Shortbread You were 1000% RIGHT!!! Made this exactly as written in the same Bundt pan you have, and it was enjoyed by all at dinner. Maybe the metric measurements didn’t match up for me? :). It was super simple to put together once I oiled the fancy bundt pan and zested the lemon. Because it’s an oil cake, it tastes more moist in general. Three years ago: Herbed Summer Squash Pasta Bake and Chocolate Chunk Granola Bars Love this cake! Ok. I’m a teeny bit frustrated. I made this cake today, and everyone really liked it. There is no such thing as “too many” lemon cake recipes. Make Ina’s if you want an assertively lemon cake. Dollop the cocoa mix on top of the vanilla mix and , using a fork or a chopstick, swirl the two batters together. It’s also easy and uses one bowl which I appreciate because there isn’t much clean up. I’m a new commenter, and I want to thank you for being a reliable place in the often overwhelming world of food blogging. Nothing that a little glaze couldn’t fix. Try covering them very loosely with foil or keeping the container lid cracked open. Looks delicious! Is it possible to be grateful for a cake recipe?! I was thinking of using for strawberries and lemon cream. I bet my town would go for one of those… hmmmm…. Or would this effect its release from the pan while hot? I made this last night for a dinner and it was fabulous! Update: the batter filled the two 6 cup bundts perfectly and I baked for 32 minutes.