I've become quite a retro cake fan of late, and tea time just isn't 'tea time' unless there's a slice of something sweet - like the classic madiera, some fluffy madelines or my new favourite - bundt cakes. This style of cake refers to the dish it is baked in, where the dough surrounds a tube in the middle of the pan. This pan can be simple to quite extravagant.
I had a tin in my cupbboard and decided it was time to tackle it and create something delicious as a treat after a lazy Sunday lunch. Here's my latest creation - Spiced apple bundt. Loaded with cakely spices (yes, I just made up that word), incredibly moreish, and moist. Perfect with a cuppa after a meal. You'll be transported to the 1970's - so for a moment, put the tech devices down, watch an episode of The Brady Bunch and devour the damn cake.