1) I've made this recipe for my office about 3 or 4 times. The first time, I removed the cake from the oven, poured the sauce on top of it while it was still in the bundt pan, and left it to cool overnight, because it was already getting late. The next day, I started freaking out when I could not separate the cake from the pan. So I cut it into slices while still in the pan and served on a platter. Everyone loved how moist it was since the sauce soaked through. I told a supervisor I had actually messed up, but he started asking for this "goof-up cake" for the office get-togethers. 2) I made this recipe for my mother the correct way and she broke her diet, because it's pretty irresistible if you like sweets. 3) When my supervisor requested the "goof-up cake" again, I sprayed the bundt pan with Pam baking spray with flour, which was more effective than butter spray alone in separating the cake from the pan. 4) Using a mini spatula that fits in the grooves of my pan made separating even easier.
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1) I've made this recipe for my office about 3 or 4 times. The first time, I removed the cake...