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Maple Bundt Cake

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This cake can be baked the day before, covered loosely with foil, and kept at room temperature. Make the whipped cream topping just before serving.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, February 2008
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  • farkplayinggrow
    1 JAN, 2017
    It was a bit crusty on the outside and dry and crumbly on the inside. It was vaguely maple but not very flavorful. I'm not going to bother giving it a second chance.
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  • Summerrose55
    27 NOV, 2014
    This bundt is not a sweet dessert cake, it could work for a brunch or tea. I found it to be too dry, and the whipped cream didn't help. If I made it again, I'd try a simple maple frosting, but I will not be trying it again...
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  • Suizou
    3 APR, 2014
    Side note; baked for 50 minutes, followed recipe exactly.
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  • Suizou
    3 APR, 2014
    Wow! So good! Seems like it should be heavy, but is light and creamy, smells and tastes terrific. This is going into my favorites.
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  • moniccc
    25 FEB, 2013
    followed the exact ingredients and directions. taste like pancakes........
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  • mstiffanyann
    6 MAR, 2012
    I suggest doubling the recipe so you can fill a whole bunt pan, but it gives you left overs. I threw in a cup of apple sauce to make it more moist since it is on the dry side. I also add chopped walnuts, and more maple syrup to make it a more richer cake.
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  • BreeLeeD
    26 MAY, 2010
    I made this cake without the cream. Instead, I made a glaze of powdered sugar, milk and maple syrup. This cake has a nice light flavor. It tastes good, but I don't think it's one I'll make again. Like I said, it's good, but not spectacular.
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  • cdunleavy921
    3 FEB, 2008
    This cake is light and delicious. I made the cake 4 days in advance of a brunch, kept it in the bundt pan and covered it with tin foil. I took it out of the pan the morning of the brunch, drizzled it with syrup, and spinkled powdered sugar on top - no whipped cream. I srved it with various jellies and it was outstanding! Everyone loved it and after a big brunch people still wanted more cake. I highly recommend it.
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