#BundtBakers is a group of Bundt loving bakers who get together once a month to bake Bundts with a common ingredient or theme. You can see all our of lovely Bundts by following our Pinterest board. We take turns hosting each month and choosing the theme/ingredient.
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Well, first things first. In order for #BundtBakers to function, some knowledgeable and helpful baker has to step up and host for each given month. They need to choose an ingredient or theme and know enough about computers to create the list of participants and update that list once all the bakers publish their cake recipes. It sure looks like a lot of work and I just wish I could take a turn. I do all my postings on an IPad and you must be able to use a computer to create and update the lists.
This month, our theme is Back to School and Freeze Bundts. Our hosts are Stacey Livingston Rushton and Wendy Klik of Food, Lust, Love. Thank you so much ladies, I really admire you for taking on this task.
When I learned that the theme this month was “Back to School and Freeze”, the first thing I thought of was when my kids were little, I always laid in a big supply of peanut butter and jelly to have on hand anytime I needed a quick, last minute school lunch.
Both of my kids liked peanut butter and jelly so it was not a problem for me . Whenever I had to make some last minute lunch or after school snack I would grab the PB & J and go to town. Fast, easy and my kids actually ate it.
One of my granddaughters does not like peanut butter ~ sacrilege! Every kid loves peanut butter in any form, sandwiches, morning toast, cookies and other sweets. You name it, they would inhale it.
When my kids were young, we had a swimming pool when we lived in California, so every summer all their neighborhood friends hit the water by 10 a.m. and I was assigned lunch duty. PB & J to the rescue.
This Bundt, would surely go over well for the kids lunches. You could slice it up and freeze each piece separately. When it’s time to put the lunches together, just pop a frozen slice into their lunch bag. The frozen cake slice will travel well, and while defrosting, it would help keep the rest of the lunch fresh.