Spray pan and cakes slide
An addendum to Murphy’s Law could be that if a blueberry Bundt cake is slated for the family reunion, only half of it will plop out of the pan, leaving a mangled mess behind. Seasoned bakers know that if the pan is flat, you can prevent this by buttering and flouring the pan, and lining it with parchment. Bundt pans don’t lend themselves to paper so experts recommend you butter the pan, freeze it, then butter it a second time. Or, you can skip all that and use Baker’s Joy, a non-stick spray made with oil and flour that won’t alter the flavor of your confection. Cakes slide out so easily, you’ll wonder why you didn’t use it before. In this case, the baker will be dazzled before the cake is even served. Available at many Shaw’s and Market Basket locations.