The Best Homemade Dessert for the Holidays
There is something so special about making family recipes as an adult that you once ate as a kid. This spiced bundt cake is a recipe given to me from my aunt and I remember eating this all the time when I was little. There’s a huge sense of nostalgia and I wanted to share this recipe our family has enjoyed for years with you guys!
My aunt’s recipe calls for baby food jars of apricot and plums. I personally substitute it with jars of baby food pears, applesauce and/or prunes. I hope you guys really like it. It’s good to enjoy throughout the year, but it’s sooo good for the holidays especially.
I just baked this for the first time since moving to Park City, and you guys, it turned out all wrong! It was burning on the outside but not cooking all the way through on the inside. It was so disappointing! So I asked y’all for high altitude baking tips on Instagram since I’m not used to the difference. I got a lot of suggestions… to lower the temperature, use less sugar or less baking powder, and to put foil over it for half the baking time and bake uncovered for the rest. I’ll try these out and let you know what works!
I also added 2 holiday cocktail recipes that were a hit and looked so cute and festive. You can stop by this post to check it out.