To celebrate the completion of Woods Cleanup (all 9635 taps have been pulled and circa fifty miles of line rinsed) I thought I’d bake a cake, but I was out of eggs, and while I was contemplating Oh Boy Pudding that doesn’t require eggs, Maple Trout Lilli wrote in about baby bundt cakes created by a local baker who shops Nebraska Knoll.
Maple Trout Lilli writes:
With sugaring season officially at an end, it’s time to sit back, take a cup of tea and perhaps, a slice of Vermont’s latest and greatest confection — Baby Bundts. Michelle Tomlinson of The Cakery Vermont is an incredibly talented baker and has produced these gluten-free cakes that are fantastic. Even before you take a bite, you know it will be good just by the packaging. She’s got it down. The cinnamon swirl with maple glaze, specifically, is a nod of approval to all of the local sugarmakers.
The Baby Bundt, made with Nebraska Knoll’s Dark Robust syrup, is a yellow cake with a maple syrup glaze. It can be purchased in the single or double at Commodities in Stowe, Pete’s Greens and Village Market in Waterbury or Healthy Living in Burlington.
Pick one up and you won’t be disappointed.
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So what did you do? Buy a baby bundt? 😄
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I savored the baby bundt through the photo, and today I’ll pick up a double. Please come by for afternoon tea.
The question is can I pick one up at Healthy Living here in Saratoga Springs?
After all AC’s alma mater is located here. . .
Sue, I didn’t know until I looked it up just now that Healthy Living has other stores besides the one in So. Burlington. I would guess that the baby bundts are very much a local gem, but wouldn’t it be fun if I were wrong? Audrey
No baby bundts here in New Mexico unless the delivery truck to Healthy Living is really off track.
BTW, I believe I saw a trout lily in the woods near Wake Robin last week. Could that be true?
Kay, Yes, the trout lilies were still in bloom then. I wonder if you saw any Wake Robin trillium.
No, I was hoping to. When I saw the trout lily, I didn’t know what it was, except that it was the only thing in bloom, and it wasn’t a trillium. Not until I saw your photo did I recognize it. So, thanks for solving my mystery…..
I have seen some delicate wild poppies up on the mountainside near my house. There is something so special about the first colors of spring.