Coconut Lemon Bundt Cake
Easter is just around the corner and it is not too early to start thinking about your Easter brunch menu. One thing I love about Easter is that it is just starting to feel like Spring and all the pastel colors of the season are in full force. Something about those cheerful colors just brings a smile to the face. This coconut lemon bundt cake joins the party and would be great on your Easter menu.
These little cakes are Meyer lemon mini pound cakes (using my favorite Krusteaz Meyer Lemon Pound Cake mix) that are infused with coconut milk, coconut extract, and topped with a sweet Meyer lemon glaze and toasted coconut. Everything that screams Spring is in these cakes; lemon, coconut, and pastel eggs.
I hope you can make these coconut lemon bundt cakes as you celebrate Easter and ring in Spring!
Get the RECIPE over on Krusteaz.com where I am sharing it with their readers as well. Have a great weekend!
Coconut Lemon Bundt Cake
- 1 package Krusteaz Meyer Lemon Pound Cake
- 1 large egg
- 10 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
- 1 cup coconut milk
- 1 teaspoon coconut extract
- 1/4 cup unsweetened coconut flakes
- 1 pouch lemon glaze mix (comes in mix)
- 2 tablespoons lemon juice
- 1/2 cup toasted coconut flakes
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a small bundt pan (6-cup bundt pan) with baking spray.
- In a large bowl, whisk together the egg, melted butter, coconut milk, and coconut extract. Add in the cake mix and mix until just combined. Fold in the coconut flakes.
- Spoon the batter into the prepared pan.
- Bake for 35-40 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean. Let cool for 5 minutes and then gently loosen and remove from pan.
- Cool the cake completely before drizzling with glaze.
- To make the lemon glaze, combine the glaze mix with lemon juice.
- Drizzle over the cooled cake. Sprinkle with toasted coconut flakes.
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So adorable Zainab! And so easy with the Krusteaz Meyer Lemon Pound Cake mix! Yay!
Yes so easy when you start with the mix.
SOOOOOO pretty and I love that you used Krusteaz Meyer Lemon Pound Cake!!!!!
These just couldn’t be prettier or more festive for Spring! I love that you started with a mix and added the coconut and lemon flavors. Such a great combination. These would definitely be right at home on our Easter table!
Thanks Allie! I love reinventing mixes.
What a sweet idea – these are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face! I also love the combination of lemon and coconut. I’m not sure I’ve ever tried that before, but it sounds enchanting!
I hope they bring some smiles to your family! It’s a great combination.
Well, these are just too cute! & they are perfect for Easter. Hope I get to make a similar treat this season 🙂
I hope you can too!!
These cakes are too cute, Z! I love Krusteaz mixes, but I haven’t tried that one yet. Gonna have to do that soon! 🙂
I think you will love that mix. Let me know if you try it!
I LOVE the coconut and lemon combo! These are super cute for Easter, and what a great excuse to indulge in all the mini eggs! Lol. Like I need one… 😉
I know the eggs are an easy indulging!
These bundt cakes are so absolutely beautiful!! I love the coconut and lemon too!
Coconut and lemon are great together.
So cute! And it’s lemon! Your WINNING!! 🙂
*You’re WINNING!! The little things, ya know?! 🙂
These little cakes are just gorgeous! I love the meyer lemon and coconut flavor you gave the pound cake mix — it doesn’t get much better!
Those are the cutest little bundt cakes! How perfect for Easter!
These mini bundt cakes are SO adorable for spring and Easter! I love how easy they are with the mix and the lemon and coconut combo is totally making my heart sing 🙂
Awww these are too cute. Love the idea and how simple they look 🙂
Yum! Have to try this!
Do you know how the recipe may differ if making one, large bundt cake?
How big is the bundt pan? If you have a small (6-inch) bundt pan, you can bake the whole recipe in one. How ever if your pan is 10-inches or bigger, double the recipe. Hope that helps.