Are you a baker? Do you enjoying trying new cake recipes and making your guests smile? Then it’s about time for you to try the Kentucky Butter Bundt Cake. Tis delicious cake is airy and sweet but oh so delicious. What’s great about the recipe is that you only need a few natural ingredients that are already in your pantry. This down-home recipe truly is something out of the Grand Old South. And when you platter this cake, you are going to have the best-looking thing on the table. Check out this Tastee Recipe below…
According to the Tastee Recipe website, “This Kentucky Butter Cake is CRAZY moist, buttery and coated with a sweet buttery sauce that crusts the outside and soaks into the cake making it amazing for days. What you get is a stunning, sweet, buttery, soft cake that is as perfect on its own as it is topped with strawberries and whipped cream!”
For best results, make the cake the day before your event. This gives the ingredients enough time to permeate their flavor throughout the delicious delicatessen. But beware. You might not be able to keep your hands off this cake until it’s time to serve.
Gather the following ingredients for your cake:
-1 cup butter, cubed at room temperature
-2 cups granulated sugar
-1 tablespoon vanilla extract
-3 cups all-purpose flour
-1 teaspoon Kosher salt
-1 teaspoon baking powder
-½ teaspoon baking soda
-1 cup buttermilk
Here are the ingredients for the butter glaze:
-⅓ cup butter
-¾ cup granulated sugar
-2 tablespoons water
-2 teaspoons vanilla extract
Now preheat your oven to 325 degrees F.
Grease your 10-inch bundt pan with either shortening or butter. Then dust it with flour and set it aside.
In your stand mixer, place all your cake ingredients. Use the paddle attachment. Then mix on low for 30 seconds. Increase the speed to medium and then mix for 3 minutes.
Pour the gooey batter into the bundt pan and bake for 65-75 minutes. You’ll know it’s done when a toothpick entered in the center comes out clean.
After the cake is done, make your butter glaze. Combine all the glaze ingredients into a small saucepan and heat over medium-low. Stir constantly until the butter is melted and sugar has combined, but do not boil.
Poke holes throughout your bundt cake with a knife. Then pour the glaze on top while it is still in the pan.
Let your cake cool. Then invert it onto your serving platter.
TIP: Give your cake a day to sit for complete flavor saturation.
After learning about this cake, I decided to surprise my wife with it. Because the ingredients are simple, we had them already in our kitchen. While she was out with the baby, I used her stand mixer and made it all happen. It’s quite easy and the result is absolutely delicious.
Will you try the Kentucky Butter Bundt Cake?
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