These ring-shaped cakes are baked in a special bundt pan. The style was popularized in North America in the 50s and the 60s after Nordic Ware trademarked the name “bundt”.
After this, the cake became widely popular. Bundt cakes can be made out of almost every cake recipe – the only thing characteristic of every bundt cake is its form. These cakes are great desserts to go with coffee, kids love them too. Perfect for your afternoon tea friends gathering and gossips.
Triple Chocolate Bundt Cake
Recipe via roxanashomebaking.com
A true, decadent chocolate lover’s dream comes true! Well, chocolate on anything right? Milk chocolate can be used and white chocolate also giving it a totally different outlook and flavor profile. These will end up being super moist and really rather simple to put together without demanding hours in the kitchen nor using big and fancy kitchen equipment. If you wish to have that truffle feel to it, make your own chocolate ganache and sprinkle very bitter chocolate all over it. Serve at any time of the day!
Baby Banana Cakes (Mini-Bundts) with Vanilla Caramel Glaze
Recipe via blommi.com
These mini bundts are surreal. And mini off course meaning that you can eat more than one which makes these even better and tastier. If you have a small bundt cake pan this is a must-try. From the humble banana bread to these mini decadent beauties, and topped with an easy caramel glaze they are a great treat to the entire family. We recommend the banana to be very ripe to get the most out of it. If green, save it for the next few days. Happy baking.
Sour Cream Chocolate Gingerbread Bundt Cake
Recipe via sallysbakingaddiction.com
We will not lie, there is a sense of festivity when it comes to this bundt. Perfect for the winter period so be quick you have a few days left to best enjoy this! Although, on any coldish nights this will do the job superbly well. It will look like an ordinary chocolate cake but let’s not fool anyone here, it has an ace up its sleeve. The molasses, the ginger, and the gingerbread are very Christmas indeed, but get the stigma out of your mind and give it a try. Everything altogether works so well in harmony. We believe this is something you’ll still wish to make during the height of summer!
Eggless Ricotta Carrot Cake
Recipe via roxanashomebaking.com
If you are egg intolerant or wish to stay away from it for a while, whatever your situation, we have your back. Anyway, you will not be missing out on much, as one might not realize the egg was not involved in the making process! It’s a lot lighter and from a flavor profile, it’s full of them. Beautiful with a nice cup of black tea on a sunny afternoon enjoying the garden a little with the friends and family around. Delightful little thing this.
A Super Simple Dairy Free Cake Recipe
Recipe via italianchips.com
Nowadays more and more are being aware of what to eat and how to eat, making every so often expectations. And some of us chose to not have dairy even if only momentarily. This is really super simple as the name states. But really, bulletproof. It is almost guaranteed to succeed. For this recipe, olive oil is added and replaces the milk and butter element. Coffee can be added to the recipe instead of the water for example giving it more depth, so try out a few couples of different things. You can use any other oils too. No rules. Just stay away from refined oils. Stay as much on top of fair trade ingredients as much as you can afford to.
Gluten-Free Almond Cranberry Bundt Cake Recipe
Recipe via simplygluten-free.com
Gluten, another allergy, and also another byproduct some of us chose to not use as much as possible. You would be surprised that there is something for everyone on here which is great. Gluten-free flour is getting easier and easier to find and frankly there is nothing wrong with it. So many other non-gluten flours are available on the market which makes it great fun for you to experiment. This dessert is served with seasonal fruits and berries which the tartness offsets the sugar so to speak making this a really super balanced alternative to the others. And lighter!
Rhubarb Bundt Cake
Recipe via ledelicieux.com
Rhubarb will be with us soon. But only or perhaps six weeks or so so make sure to fully stay alert. This recipe deserves however a rhubarb ice cream. Not wanting to make your work any harder, but with the rhubarb icing, it was an absolute treat. This is a great recipe fit for a queen. As a little trick of the trade: marinate your rhubarb in cranberry juice overnight in a tight lid container or in a vacuum bag. It will give it a more attractive color with a little more tartness. Use the cranberry juice marinade for breakfast. Do not throw away!
Cinnamon Swirl Bundt Coffee Cake
Recipe via allrecipes.com
This recipe can use fat-free yogurt or indeed fat-free sour cream. It is up to you. If you are looking for sheer oomph, then opt for full fat but if you are being careful, you are still able to eat something a little naughty! You can use ginger instead of cinnamon or any other similar spices. Again, you can find vanilla coloring however, we would recommend proper vanilla extract that will last you forever. Or even, one could add the Amaretto liqueur to it. Works wonders!
Orange-Soaked Bundt Cake
Recipe via swapnascuisine.com
Every now and then the world tries to overcomplicate things especially in the world of cooking, to always try to differentiate itself from the crowd. But what is happening, we are almost forgetting the roots of where a recipe comes from and how it was originally made. So, this is back to the way it was properly made! No nonsense, simple yet superb raw ingredients. This bundt cake is fabulous and one that should be on top of your cooking list. And yes, it has alcohol…
Caramel Bundt Cake
Recipe via bakeorbreak.com
This recipe is lovely, especially including the caramel. What we would suggest, however, is to add a little pinch of sea salt to the caramel. Ah, we love salted caramel! Decadent recipe and not one for the faint-hearted and one has to have a guilt-free open mindedness! Beautiful served with coarse coffee and a caramel ice cream on the side sprinkled with of course, and naturally, with a tiny amount of sea salt on top of it!