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Product Details

  • Paperback: 168 pages
  • Publisher: Life of Reiley (May 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0977412024
  • ISBN-13: 978-0977412020
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (142 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,462 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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“This bundt lover's bible spells out how to make just about any variety you can think of, from basic vanilla to Lime Basil, while providing tips on how to achieve the perfect fluffiness and flavor.”  —Angeleno

About the Author

Chrysta Wilson is the owner of the Kiss My Bundt bakery, where she is known for her Californian spin on the Southern dessert of bundt cake. She lives in Los Angeles.

Customer Reviews

The book has instructions that are easy to follow.
Lynda Sanders
Some particularly good ones are the basic chocolate cake and the cinnamon pecan coffee cake.
Anne
I have tried several recipes and all turned out great.
Sierra Dante

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71 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Annie Fay on September 27, 2011
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I love bundts! Not much of a cake fan but I love a good bundt. Weird, eh?
With the exception of one, every recipe (so far) has been easy to make and tastes very, very good.
The basic vanilla bundt recipe is worth the price of the cookbook alone. It can be dolled up in a variety of flavors!
The techniques for baking a truly delicious, wonderfully textured bundt have helped me tremendously. The recipes allow for your own creativity and still have fabulous results. Gotta love that!
So far I've made:
*Banana~ (replaced the milk w/ buttermilk), it had a lovely texture.
*Blueberry~ (added homemade blueberry jam to the smash), the blueberry flavor really came out in the finished cake, I was surprised!
*Pumpkin~ everyone LOVED this cake and thought it had the perfect amount of spice.
*Cinnamon pecan Coffee Cake~ LOVE! (I doctored up the filling a bit by cutting back on the sugar and adding a bit of butter and oatmeal)
*7UP pound cake~ Sweet. Make sure you add all the zest that the recipe calls for! Nice texture.
*Fresh Ginger~ Different, not your typical 'gingerbread' style recipe. Light, warm flavor. I drizzled with vanilla glaze and sprinkled with candied ginger, as suggested. Yum!
*Mocha~ Really moist. It seemed like an absolute ton of coffee in the recipe, but the flavor is very faint in the finished cake. For the glaze (ganache), I whisked instant espresso powder into the hot cream and poured over bittersweet chocolate. Allowed it to firm up a bit and then poured it over the cake. I think it added a deeper mocha flavor.
*Marbled~ She gives half-sized recipes, that allows you to be creative with your flavor combinations. I made my own 'Neapolitan' and it was BRILLIANT!
*Basic Chocolate~ A very good 'base'.
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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By A.S. on March 24, 2011
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When I first got this book, I was a little disappointed. I usually like cook books with lots of pictures, and this book only has 3 pages in the middle that has images. If I was browsing this book at a book store instead of buying it online, I wouldn't have picked it up. Well I am so glad I did. I made the strawberry bundt cake tonight and it was amazing, it is moist, soft, and it has real strawberry pieces! I tried experimenting making fruit cake with real fruit before and was never successful because fresh fruit has too much water. Well after following the recipe from this cook book, I finally realized the secret of using fresh fruit in cakes!!!!!! I am so glad I got this book, it's worth it just for the strawberry bundt cake alone! I can't wait to try other flavors soon :)

One thing, I like my dessert not overly sweet, so I always cut all recipe's sugar in half. I used about 3/4 of the sugar it called for and it came out perfect for my taste.

I wish it had a little more variety, many of the cakes are the exact same recipe, just switching out 1 flavor extract ingredient.
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By D. Jeffers on August 11, 2010
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This little book contains the best bundt cakes ever. I make the red velvet cake at least twice a month, and it's always a hit. The author is very detailed and tells you exactly how to get the best result with every recipe. Lots of imaginative flavor combinations, too, and she includes recipes for vegan versions of some popular bundts.
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43 of 47 people found the following review helpful By R. Pedine on June 23, 2010
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honestly, i can't even believe that i can bake a cake from scratch. but i did. i've baked several from this book, and this book is my new bible. i have baked some of the most delicious cakes i have ever tasted in my life from this book! yes yes yes! the red velvet impressed friends and my boyfriend. the coffee cake thrilled my co-workers. and i made the strawberry ginger cake for my roommate's birthday. this is my new choice for gifting my friends that love to cook too!
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By shouldalwaystellthetruth on December 10, 2010
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The Kiss My Bundt (KMB) bakery was by far one of my favorite memories of my summer in Los Angeles. This cookbook is definitely the next best thing. My love affair with KMB began with Chrysta Wilson's (author) red velvet cake. Although I am a native Southerner, I would not truly call myself a red velvet fan until discovering this lovely bundt. Certainly buying the cookbook was the next natural step. In addition to the famous red velvet, this cookbook will allow me to relive the memories of strawberry bundts with strawberry icing, and the more classic yellow cake with chocolate buttercream frosting. Just yesterday, I brought baby bundts (as featured on the cover) to a party, and they were an absolute hit! I piped the delicious cream cheese frosting with a pastry bag, and my red velvet bundts turned out just like the one on the cover. With the abundant baking information (in addition to the fabulous and diverse recipes), anyone can look like an expert baker! Tell all your friends to "Kiss My Bundt!"
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By TheMrs on October 6, 2010
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This book made me feel like I could improve upon my baking skills and start by own little bakery. I love that she gave the secret to using all purpose flour as opposed to the cake flour and save a little money. She gives you a lot of basic knowledge to build upon and make your own creations. I highly recommend this book.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Emma Tea on April 6, 2011
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Okay...I bought this because all the reviews actually had people who had made and tried multiple recipes...with good results. I love cake and so decided to get this little gem. FYI...I prefer cupcake size...easier to share...and only 15min to bake in my oven. I have tried the Mexican Hot Chocolate cupcakes and modified the chocolate buttercream with added cinnamon...TASTY...great reviews from all the people I shared them with...and I ate 8 of them within the first few days...scary. Next I made coconut cupcakes and topped them with a lime buttercream (I did adjust the lime with the addition of lime juice...I needed more punch to my frosting)...those too...fantastic. Then (and this was in a two week time period) I tried Strawberry Lemonade picnic cupcakes with an enhanced lemon buttercream frosting...once again...great success. Though, I think I would either just make strawberry or lemon cupcakes and not combine them (I'm thinking strawberry cake with lime frosting...yummy). I did take a week off and then I just had to try the pumpkin cupcakes...with chocolate buttercream...yummy. I might do these again...extremely moist and freakish yummy...great flavor; also, excellent with lemon frosting. Next on the list...trying combos...this book just gives you a great base recipe and enough variations to give you a good idea of what you can do to start inventing your own flavor combinations. I love it...and everyone I've been sharing with...asking for the recipes. Oh...and I timed it...if you just focus on making the cupcakes...it'll only take you an hour from start to finish and you'll end up with 18-24+ cupcakes depending on recipe (24--chocolate, 18 or so for vanilla base, and 24+ for pumpkin). Totally worth it...just remember to share...or workout a lot more!
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