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Impress all who sit at your table with this incredibly moist and mystifying Kentucky Butter Bundt Cake! Your tongue has never tasted anything quite so light, airy, and sweet.
“This Kentucky Butter Cake is CRAZY moist, buttery and coated with a sweet buttery sauce that crusts the outside and soaks into the cake making it amazing for days. What you get is a stunning, sweet, buttery, soft cake that is as perfect on its own as it is topped with strawberries and whipped cream!”
Using just a handful of natural ingredients that you probably already have lining the shelves of your pantry, your beautiful Southern bundt cake will be sitting on your prettiest platter in no time. Still, I like to make this cake the day before I’m serving it. Somehow those beautiful, buttery flavors seem to multiply when the cake has been standing overnight. The only problem is, how to keep my hands off the cake until it’s time to serve it!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Cookies And Cups.
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