I am partnering up with Land O’Lakes again to bring you this awesome cake.
With these incredibly hot summer months upon us in Florida, I have been craving delicious frozen cocktails like crazy. Too bad I have to wait until August to drink one again!
While I may not be able to drink a Piña Colada just yet, I am totally within my pregnant rights to crank up the air conditioning and bake a cake. My electric bill is going to be through the roof! 😉
Luckily, I finally got a nice break from the heat last week on a fun visit to Minnesota. Land O’Lakes took all of us Kitchen Conversation bloggers out to one of their dairy farms to really see what the day to day life is like on a dairy farm. Sadie Frericks (who also blogs at Dairy Good Life) graciously let all 9 of us come visit her farm for the day and ask her a billion questions.
Sadie’s farm has approximately 75 cows and it takes 3 hours for each milking…and they have to be milked twice a day. Whoa. I was so interested in the process, but I was even more interested in meeting all the adorable cows. Each of their cows has a name her and her family have picked out, but as she showed us, they also each have their very own personalities! It was a blast getting to see behind the scenes of where some of Land O’Lakes milk comes from!
But let’s get back to what is important…this cake! I just love how the tropical flavors come together in this dessert. The light, moist Bundt® cake makes a perfect dessert for steamy summer nights. Even better, I love how this recipe calls for four perfectly sized Land O Lakes® Butter Half Sticks. It makes measuring so easy—with no leftover portions hanging out in your fridge.
Pineapple Coconut Bundt Cake