Thursday, March 8, 2012

I Want Bundt Cake!



Thank you, Al Penwasser.
You and your K repost has given me another thing to crave.

I gave up wheat just a few days ago and my cravings have not yet gone completely away.

"Are you crazy?", you say.
That is yet to be determined.

I have survived the headaches and brain fog.
That and the fatigue.

Now, I feel pretty good.

I may have to change some of my recipes, but I am confident.

I was OK when Honeyman and I went to Subway.
I got a salad.
Good, but could have been bigger.
With more chicken.

But, than I check my email and there is a comment about bundt cake from that post.
Oh, yeah.
Bundt cake.

I make this fantastic lemon bundt cake.
















   Ahhh, bundt cake.

24 comments:

  1. why-for did you give up wheat? My heart bleeds for you. Mmmmm...bundt cake.

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    1. My body doesn't seem to like it as much as my taste buds do, unfortunately.

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  2. Nummy num num....lemon bundt cake!!!!!!
    I am starting early to go check out all the blogs on the A to Z Challenge coming up and I landed here! I'm your newest follower.
    Giggle, Laugh, Cry

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    1. Thanks, Kerrie. It is so good.
      I'll be over to check out your blog. :)

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  3. Bundt cake-it's almost diet food because it has a hole in the middle. Then again, so do donuts. Hmmm....okay....diet...not so much. But, still....BUNDT cake! It's like a sore peter-you can't beat it.
    Are you giving up wheat for Lent or for good?

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    1. For good, maybe. My body has problems with eating it. So, if I can hack it, it's for the long haul. I see some experimental baking in my future.

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    2. What other grains are available? Oats? Flan (I really don't know what that is)? Flax? Rice? Barley? Hops?
      Hmmmmmmmmm..........barley and hops.....................

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    3. Flan is a kind of baked custard. Giada isn't Mexican or I am sure you would have seen her make one.
      Flour is made from all kinds of stuff these days- nuts, coconut, rice and of course oat and you can use ground flax seeds.

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  4. Bundt cake! Mmmmm. Sounds delectable!

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    1. Follow the link to the recipe. It is great.

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  5. I just followed the link. It does look great. But, alas, I am trying to be good. maybe for a special indulgence occasion :-)

    I found you on the A to Z linky-list. Look forward to reading your posts. Good luck in April :-)

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    1. Thank you. Yeah it my not be so great to eat everyday. Well it would, but not once your clothes no longer fit. :)
      Thanks for stopping by.
      Good luck to you too!

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  6. Sounds delicious! I've never been good at baking, but I do live near some wonderful bakeries. Thanks for following me, and I look forward to seeing you in April! Julie

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    1. I look forward to seeing you, too.

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  7. I've been trying bread/wheat free also for a few weeks. I was doing better when I also cut out sugar and was trying to minimize coffee.... tomorrow is another day! See you on the A-Z Challenges!

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    1. It's not easy, but also not quite as bad as I thought it would be. See you on the challenge!

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  8. Are you saying you went through wheat withdrawal?! Is it all gluten you've given up, or only wheat?

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    1. Yeah, withdrawal on wheat. Isn't that a little freaky? Apparently some people go through it and some people don't.
      Pretty much just wheat. I don't eat much of anything else with gluten in it though.

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  9. It seems to never fail - you set a goal or give up something and then are constantly assaulted with that very thing! Good luck !

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    1. Thanks, Judy. I think I am going to need it.

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  10. It figures Al would lead you to Bundt cake. He has his ways. But I'm thinking it needs something like chocolate syrup. Sorry, you stay on a healthier track. One of us needs to.

    xoRobyn

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    1. Oh, I am not giving up chocolate. I'll give you the cake and I'll take the syrup- 'kay?

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