1. I’ve wanted to try hummingbird cake for ages now, yours looks so light and fluffy. I’m afraid I’m not a fan of coconut but I’m sure I could use another tropical inspired frosting x

    • Thank you Cat, I was surprised at the lightness of the sponge myself. I am sure a different frosting would work – maybe rum or cherry? x

  2. Thank you so much for choosing my blondies, that’s made my day! Your hummingbird cake looks absolutely amazing! I would love a slice right now, yum! x

  3. This looks soooo light.I too have heard of this cake but never made one,and my children would never eat a chunk of pineapple…. will def make one soon pinned x

  4. hijackedbytwins

    Oh wow Jenny this looks and sounds amazing! Thank you for sharing with #CookBlogShare x

  5. I’ve never made a Hummingbird Cake, although heaven knows why….. it looks and sounds amazing….. and unlike your brood, we do like a pineapple in our house (although it does have to be fresh unless adorning the underside of an upside down cake)! x

  6. joskitchenlarder

    This cake sounds fantastic. I’m not a fan of pineapple on it’s own but love it in cakes and love coconut bakes. I have heard of Hummingbird Cake before but never even ventured in that direction as hubby doesn’t do pineapple in any way, shape or form lol (there is always the one 😉 ) I love how light and fluffy the cake looks and would happily devour huge slice! x

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