On April 19th we paid homage to the 15 year release date anniversary of one of the funniest movies of all time; we marked the event with a bundt cake we feel is delicious enough to be called “keiki mori”. If you have seen My Big Fat Greek Wedding, then you know exactly where this is coming from, and why the original cake was adorned with flowers in the center. If you find yourself scratching your head, then pop some corn (or bake this cake), and settle in to watch this inflated (but not too inflated) representation of what growing up with Greek immigrant parents could be like. Trust us, Nia Vardalos, who wrote the screenplay and portrays Toula Portokalis in this movie, will become your new comedy hero.
Movie aside, this cake stands on its own merit. It is a favourite in our parents repertoire of desserts, in part because it contains no dairy, making it perfect for anyone who has a sensitivity to milk and butter. Not overly sweet, but rich with the taste of olive oil and the tang of lemon, this easy cake is a real treat.