Honey bundt cake with a browned butter glaze, a beautiful cake and flowers will always make a wonderful gift for Mothers day.
There is really nothing better than cake and flowers, although they may seem obvious and a bit cliche I still think they are winning gifts. With Mothers day coming up in the UK this weekend its time to get your mixing bowls out and whip up a delicious treat for your Mum, I bet she deserves it.
My mum and Jamies mum live about 250 miles away so I’m sending them this virtual honey bundt cake with browned butter glaze. This cake was adapted from a recipe of Nohas blog Matters of the belly. I was intrigued by a technique in the recipe and knew I wanted to try it. The honey is heated in a pan and then bicarbonate soda added. The honey froths up into amber coloured foam and this is then mixed into the cake batter which gives the cake a caramel flavour and a gloriously golden colour. I made a browned butter glaze which I poured all over the top of the bundt cake which added a delicious nuttiness to the cake and decorated with the pretties honey and peach coloured flowers.