During her days of writing on The Tig, Meghan Markle became known as a bit of a baking goddess. And just because the lifestyle blog has long been closed, that doesn’t mean the Duchess doesn’t still have a penchant for making sweet treats. Just recently she baked a cake for World Central Kitchen in name of Women’s History Month. The delicious dessert was a lemon olive oil cake, which may sound a little out there, but actually looks incredible. If you want to follow Meghan’s lead, I’ve found four ways to make Meghan Markle’s lemon olive oil cake, from bundt shapes to drizzly offerings.
A tweet by World Central Kitchen (an organisation that helps feed those in need) revealed that the Duchess herself had baked the yummy cake, using an extra special ingredient. “In honor of #WomensHistoryMonth, WCK worked with Archewell, the non-profit created by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, to provide meals & share a message of appreciation & support in Chicago. Dessert was a lemon olive oil cake baked by The Duchess — with lemons from her garden!”
The tweet was accompanied by a photo of four women from the organisation sitting by the gorgeous-looking cake, which I have to admit made me very hungry. If you’d like to flex your baking skills and experiment with a lemon olive oil recipe, fear not; I’ve found four of the very best.