I almost hate to rate and review this recipe because I followed the advice of another reviewer and changed the recipe a bit. I followed everything except the eggs, I only used 2, and I added 1/2 cup of sour cream. Everything else was the same. I was so excited watching it bake through the oven door, it was getting so nice and tall, looked beautiful! I took it out after 50 minutes at 350 degrees and it looked gorgeous. After about 10 minutes or so of cooling in the pan on a rack, I went in to find it less than 1/2 it's size! It had collapsed and is now very dense in the middle. So sad because I wanted to take it to a neighbors for St. Patrick's Day dinner. I don't know what caused the collapse, I've read so many reviews saying they had the same problem. I even read one reviewer that said to be sure and get a cake mix that doesn't already have pudding in the mix, so I got one that didn't. I've made many bundt cake recipes that call for adding pudding to the cake mixe and I've never had this happen to me before. I am wondering if it maybe has too much water. 1 1/2 cups is alot I think. I'll keep reading the reviews, hopefully someday, someone will explain why this happens and have a fix for it. Hope you all have more luck with this recipe than I did. So disappointed...
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I almost hate to rate and review this recipe because I followed the advice of another reviewer...