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These Lemon Bundt Cakes are Egg-free, Butter-free and made in just one bowl with Olive Oil and Greek Yogurt. 

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Seriously! These Lemon Bundt Cakes are bursting with flavor and I so wish you were there when they were baking in the oven. The combination of yogurt with fresh Meyer lemon juice is intoxicating.

I’m a big fan of olive oil and yogurt baked goods. I like my desserts light, moist and fluffy and Olive Oil and Yogurt get you those results.  Most often, I make  Olive Oil Date Cakes and Olive Oil Orange Cakes for snacks or tea time cakes and those are always a hit with friends and families.

The best part about these Lemon Yogurt Bundt Cakes is, you can whip up the batter in one bowl. Pour. Bake.

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Lemon_Yogurt_Bundt_Cakes, How_to_Make_Lemon_Yogurt-Bundt_Cakes7Honestly, I can’t stop snacking on these beauties. I’m thinking about making another batch soon.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Rinds of 2 Meyer Lemons grated. Almost 2 TBSP
  • 1 and 3/4 Cups (220 grams) Flour
  • 2 TBSP freshly squeezed Lemon juice
  • 1 TSP baking soda
  • 2 TSP Baking powder
  • 1/2 Tsp salt
  • Olive Oil 1/2 cup + for greasing
  • 3/4 cup sugar – or, as per your taste
  • 1 1/4 cups Yogurt
  • Powdered sugar for dusting

METHOD:

  • Pre-Heat oven to 350 degrees F or 180 degrees C
  • Prepare a cake tin or individual bundt pans by greasing with oil
  • Sieve flour, baking soda, baking powder into a mixing bowl.
  • In the same bowl add yogurt, lemon juice, olive oil and sugar, salt, lemon zest.
  • Mix until everything is incorporated. Do not over mix
  • Transfer the cake batter into the cake tin or bundt pans and bake for 35 to 40 minutes until a cake tester comes out clean when inserted
  • Let the cakes cool down completely before dusting with powdered sugar.

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62 Comments

  1. Wow They look incredible. Love how you added the yoghurt. Makes the cake much softer in my experience (:

  2. These are right up my alley. I LOVE lemon desserts. Perfect for company, and bundt cakes are so cute too.

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  4. I love these little lemon bundt cakes. They look wonderful! And how great is that you can make them in one bowl! Delish!

  5. You had me at lemon and these are so cute! I’ve never made a cake with yogurt, but I bet the cakes are moist.

  6. I love baking with yogurt and olive oil. These are my kind of cakes, especially if you add lemon. So pretty, too!!

  7. There’s just something about an individual sized bundt cake that makes me happy. Love that they’re a 1 bowl dish, too!

  8. Lemon has always been one of my favorite flavors for desserts. These look delicious and I love the photos!

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  11. This sounds delicious!!! One day I will buy a bundt pan. (In the meantime, can you deliver? 😀 )

  12. Perfectly lovely little lemon cakes! Bundt cakes are some of my favorite things to make, and this recipe looks beautiful and delicious.

  13. I am a total lemon dessert lover. Cakes, pies, muffins….tarts…oh did I mention curd?? These cakes looks awesome, and I would devour them in no time.

  14. these are too adorable. i have been wanting to buy mini bundt cake pans but again, i feel like i will never use it.

  15. These look moist and tasty. I love your shots of powdered sugar as well. I bet these would make a lovely holiday treat!

  16. This is seriously a GREAT idea! I like the easy button whenever I can find one and this is it. I need to go get me some mini bundt pans. Thanks for sharing!

  17. I am always scared of this little cakes that are too good to eat just one ! I will finish the whole tray before I even know that !

  18. I LOVE baking with Meyer lemon. I bet they smelled divine while they were baking!

  19. These are GORGEOUS! Always a big fan of lemon in baked goods, so I’d love to make this recipe soon. Looks amazing!

  20. I too love olive oil and yogurt baked goods! Yummy! I’m glad I found this recipe! These look so amazing, moist and light! I can’t wait to make these! My daughter will go head over heels! She LOVES lemon baked goods!

  21. aren’t these the cutest? I am a total sucker for all things lemon, so these are right up my alley!!

  22. I have never made Bundt cake before. These ones sound really lovely with the lemony flavour!

  23. These is something so special about bundt cakes. These are just so pretty and I love that they’re lemon, one of my favorite flavors.

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  25. I love to give little cakes like this during the holidays! Thank you for the great recipe!!!

  26. The addition of yoghurt has just made me love this even more. I. Love lemon cakes I just need to get me bundt cake pans.

  27. I love these little bundt cakes – so cute! The lemon sounds like a great way to enjoy a bundt cake, too!

  28. These are so cute and sound so good! I love lemon! I will have to give these a try!

  29. There’s nothing better than a beautiful delicious lemon bundt cake made with love. Your fabulous recipe produces a moist, tender cake that’s simply scrumptious.

  30. I was absolutely sold at Lemon, it is my favorite in baked goods. I will definitely try this recipe since I’ve never prepared a lemon baked good without eggs or butter, I’m interested to see if there are any really noticeable differences. Thanks for sharing.

  31. Oh yum! these look delish! Love how they are minis which are not so bad in calories!

  32. I’ve always loved lemon cakes. There is just something about a moist bundt cake paired with the citrusy tartness of lemon.

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