Bundt cakes are a favorite of mine, easier than a layer cake but more dressy than a loaf cake. When I came across this recipe for Mom's Olive Oil Orange Bundt from this terrific baking book called Baked Explorations I had to give it a try! The cake has a nice fresh orange flavor and to be honest, i can't taste the olive oil at all! The texture is slightly dryer than a traditional cake with a nice golden crust on the outside and pretty flecks of orange zest throughout and it's good enough on its own that all it needs is a light dusting of powdered sugar before serving! This versatile cake works equally well as a dessert or breakfast treat. Grab a cup or coffee or tea and you're good to go. Here is how you can make one for yourself:
You can find the entire recipe here. Start by spraying Pam for Baking into a 10" bundt pan. Set aside. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.