Cookie Butter Bundt {Clandestine Cake Club}

We had a bit of a rushed Cake Club at the end of April! I am also rushing this post a little as I have been doing loads of posts for the blog every day in May challenge.

At our last club meeting I suggested a bundt theme and that’s what we went with. 

It was a great excuse to ask my husband to buy me the new-ish Nordic Ware Jubilee Bundt pan!

It was my anniversary present! Which would have been more appropriate next year if we were following traditional anniversary gifts.

Anyway I made a Cookie Butter or Specaloo or Lotus Biscuit Spread Bundt.

I wanted to make something a bit different. When I saw the recipe for a Cookie Butter Bundt on A Beautiful Bite I knew I had to try it out.

I followed her recipe exactly, which I probably shouldn't have done. The recipe must be for a 12 cup bundt pan and I know this because mine over filled. I should have known better, but I always make my cake the day of. I didn't follow it exactly as I left off the ganache because I didn't want to wreck the fun design! 

Well, it gives me another excuse, to try it again!

It was a bit dry because it took a bit longer to bake and the taste wasn't as strong as I would have liked it to be. However it was edible and it looked amazing! 

Here’s what the rest of the gang created!

Louise – Chocolate cake with a peanut butter frosting
Clara & Fiona – Sour cream & Blueberry
Joanna – Rhubarb & Cinnamon
Claire – Lemon and Poppyseed 

notes: This cake was made for Reading, Berkshire's Clandestine Cake Club. I received the Nordic Ware Bundt Pan as a gift from my husband, he paid for it. Cookie Butter goes by many names! This is my post for day 6 of Blog Every Day in May #BEDM! 

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