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Mini Almond Bundt Cakes

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To make one large Bundt cake instead of six small ones, double this recipe and bake in a 10-inch Bundt pan for 45 to 50 minutes.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, May 1998
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  • Catherine TO
    12 JAN, 2014
    Love the double recipe for big bunt idea. Do I keep oven temp and length of time the same? If not, what did you usr?
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  • KathrynFay
    15 NOV, 2013
    I made the doubled version of this recipe for one large bundt cake pan. I used creme fraiche instead of sour cream but otherwise followed the (doubled) recipe, and it is absolutely delicious! It's very sweet and very rich, but if you like that, you will love this cake. One practical note: even if you double the recipe to make a large cake, it is not necessary to double the icing recipe. We had way too much and didn't use at least half of it.
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  • Hana Baal
    11 JUL, 2013
    thank you ....tounsi-cool.net
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  • Hana Baal
    11 JUL, 2013
    thankyou tounsi-cool.net
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  • MS11920864
    4 FEB, 2013
    I made these as individual cakes and they were very good. I was trying them out to see if they were something I wanted to include on a dessert table. Served them with coffee to a girlfriend and my husband. They both raved how good they were, especially the glaze and not too sweet. Think they will balance nicely with the other more decadent desserts.
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  • kalm
    22 SEP, 2011
    What has happened to the 'print' button? This recipe looks great but it certainly isn't easy to print it now.
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  • PeakToCreek
    30 MAR, 2009
    Quite a nice 'coffee cake' style cake. I replaced 1/2cup of the flour with wheat germ, quite successfully.
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  • mauigleaux
    9 JAN, 2009
    This cake is amazing! I have made it at least 6x in the last few months. I always double it and make as a full size bundt. The glaze is heavenly and reminiscent of penuche frosting. This cake has a perfect balance of spice and sweetness and the texture is velvety. We usually enjoy it with fresh strawberries and cream. If there is ever any leftovers, it makes a lovely pair with coffee in the morning!
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  • GwenninSpring
    5 MAY, 2008
    These are great! I didn't have enough almonds to do the chopped almonds in the cake AND the almonds on top. I used ground almonds instead of the chopped in the batter. The texture of the cake is fab and so buttery and rich. The streusel inside and the icing (with the toasted sliced almonds!) are really special. I gave these as a gift. Very well appreciated.
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  • jc1981
    25 FEB, 2008
    These are very tasty. Instead of icing them I filled the centre with frozen raspberries and sliced almonds. I will definitely make them again!
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