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Oh no, Karen! Reminds me of my catastrophe yesterday with homemade bread. It would not come off the peel, and so it looked awful – but the taste was still good. Were you able to salvage the cake? it totally looks save-able.
That was my first anise bundt. I got a great tip from Paula at Vintage kitchen, and the next one came out beautiful! Tonight I attempt a new one for National Bundt Cake Day tomorrow. Wish me luck! 🙂
Ohhhhh! I’ve been there – and I LOVE the word ‘bundtastrophe’ – I’m totally going to use that next time I have the same issue…because you know it will happen. 😉
It still was the tastiest bundt ever! LOL
PS…I fixed your typo. 🙂
Arrgh, hate when that happens!
It’s all good! The second one turned out beautiful and both were delicious!
oh I’m so sorry to hear about your ‘bundt’ episode but I bet the pieces tasted amazing!!!
It did still taste delicious!
Loved this–we’ve all been there so it made me laugh out loud. Good for you for posting it!
“When good bundts go bad…” LOL
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