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Meyer Lemon Mini Bundt Cakes

The children showered me with paper today. A year’s worth of paper: art projects and watercolors, math page tear outs, macaroni and yarn art, binders of writing, both penned by my children and about my children (by the children in their class). It was like…

Meyer Lemon Mini Bundt Cakes | Kitchen Confidante | www.kitchenconfidante.com
Meyer Lemon Mini Bundt Cakes

Meyer Lemon Mini Bundt Cakes | www.kitchenconfidante.com

The children showered me with paper today. A year’s worth of paper: art projects and watercolors, math page tear outs, macaroni and yarn art, binders of writing, both penned by my children and about my children (by the children in their class). It was like a ticker tape parade, my house littered with paper. Lots and lots of it.

Maybe it was a ticker tape parade, in a way. We celebrated the last full day of school. Tomorrow is a short day, followed by one final day — hours really — in the classroom.

We made it.

And now it’s time to figure out how to keep these kids busy for the next 75 days.

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While I figure that out, I wanted to share a recipe that was recently featured in a publication that, thankfully, does not involve any more paper. Around this time last year, I was pleased to contribute to sisterMAG, a fresh and beautiful German online magazine. These Meyer Lemon Mini Bundt Cakes are in their latest issue, which focuses on two things I adore: Italy and lemons.

SisterMAG Issue 7

It’s my favorite issue so far, and I am honestly not saying this from a biased perspective! I just love everything about it — the layout, the articles, and the photography! You can find Issue 7 of sisterMAG for iOS (iPhone, iPad) or any Android tablets on Google Play.

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These mini bundt cakes are full of lemony zing, from the sweet zest of Meyer lemons to the glaze spiked with limoncello liquor. And they’re just the right size to have a cake all to yourself. I may have to bake another batch to celebrate the end of school year…and I know a couple of little ones who can help.

Please find the recipe for Meyer Lemon Mini Bundt Cakes in sisterMAG Issue 7 here.

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  1. Tish

    How many cakes does this make? I am planning on making these for thanksgiving and would love to know how many this makes, thanks so much! Can’t wait to try them!

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  2. Jamie

    Congratulations on contributing to such a beautiful magazine! And summer vacation! I am trying to figure out what to do with an idle 23-year-old! But mmmm I adore everything lemon and I have just bookmarked this gorgeous recipe! They are so pretty and I’ll bet they taste… perfect (for we lemon fiends!)

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  3. Kankana

    I figured summer vacation started when all I could hear was kids screaming and playing outside my apt all day long. Omg, it’s going to be a tough one, unless they decide to join some camp or their parents take them for a vacation. That cake looks perfect and yay on the feature. Italy and lemon, yes those are two of my fav things too :)

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  4. Samantha

    What an adorable magazine! Clicked right over and am now enjoying it. Amazing looking mini bundt cakes. Lemon is my weakness.

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