These Mini Gingerbread Bundt Cakes are incredibly delicious and are perfect for holiday dinners and potlucks! Top these Mini Gingerbread Bundt Cakes with Cream Cheese Icing.
Mini Gingerbread Bundt Cakes looks like the mountains of the North Pole around Christmas time!
Okay, so my 25 Days of Christmas blog series is in full effect on my blog. This is a series that I have been wanting to do on my blog for a few years now. My goal is for 25 days, I will share with you guys some awesome Christmas related recipes ranging from Christmas cookies, appetizers, and main dishes! In addition, I am going to try to dig deep and think of a funny or relatable family Christmas story that will bring all of you some good cheer. So, let’s continue to dive into this blog series, shall we?
At this time last year, I had just come home from having my baby boy, Calvin. We had a scheduled c-section. Although we knew when he was going to make his appearance in this world, he didn’t. In fact, I remember being taken to the OR (Operating Room) where the c-section would happen, and I felt him wiggle and squirm about in my belly, exercising his limbs. In fact, I remember saying to him “I’m sorry buddy”, thinking to myself that he has no clue how his life is about to end as he knows it. I was thinking how the doctor is going to open up my body, take my son out of his first home and the first thing he is going to experience is being cold. Ugh, poor guy!
Because he came right before Thanksgiving, we couldn’t figure out what to do for the holiday. So, we ordered a Thanksgiving meal from Cracker Barrel, which was pretty amazing, to be honest. I continued to master the art of breastfeeding and sleep when I can. Now that my son is a year, we are looking forward to having a full Thanksgiving meal with him and I am looking forward to making Christmas memories with him and seeing his eyes light up when he has one of these Mini Gingerbread Bundt Cakes.