Last of the Bunch Banana Bundt

Due to circumstances in today’s crazy world, Tricia and I find ourselves confined to my house.  She came to visit and we then learned of the “stay at home” orders in Pennsylvania, so she decided to stay ! Her hubby is manning the fort at home and helping us with grocery delivery service (in exchange for meal pick up :). Win win.

We decided to tackle this week’s recipe together and considering the size of the cake, I’m glad we did.

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With the exception of the coconut,  we had all the ingredients on hand.   However, rather than using coconut oil, we went with the extra stick of butter.

The cake was perfectly  baked at 75 minutes and looked incredible coming out of the oven.  After resting the cake for about 5 minutes, thankfully, it came away easily from the pan.

I toasted some additional coconut in a frying pan for the icing, and Tricia blended the milk and confectioners sugar to a great consistency.

It all turned out well, looked great, and was absolutely delicious.

7 thoughts on “Last of the Bunch Banana Bundt

  1. The biggest unknown is whether the cake comes out of the mold. What a relief! Yes, this cake is quite substantial, so I put part of it in the fridge. Didn’t take us long to finish all of it. Like you, my preference is to cook than picking groceries these days.

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  2. This was so delicious ! I had a ton of fun (quarantine be darned) making…and enjoying it with you. And hubby loved his care packages too. Looking to much more quarantine kitchen adventures —

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  3. Looks like a successful joint effort. I’m glad that you are hanging out together. I’m sure that you are making the most of a crazy situation. Stay healthy and keep cooking delicious meals together. xo

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