Sometimes, recipes don't always work out the way you plan. But that doesn't mean you're not a good cook!
It does, however, mean that sometimes your bundt cake will... un-bundt... itself... if you don't butter the pan enough. (Notice there's no pretty picture of the entire cake here.) Life will go on, even if your cake is a little more crumbly or dismantled than usual. #thewisdomofbaking
Most teas have subtle, gentle flavors that can be tricky to impart into baked goods. We like this recipe because of the interesting orange and spice flavors that black tea brings to a sweet dessert.
You can make this cake the exact same way with Earl Grey tea, which will add hints of bergamot and lavender, or brew in some chai to add flavors of cinnamon, cloves, and cardamom.
Black Tea Bundt Cake