Today is National Bundt Pan Day and in honor of the day, I found 10 great bundt cake recipes for you to try out! Nothing like a bit of cake on a Friday, now is there? Enjoy!
What is a bundt cake? Well, basically it is any type of cake baked in a distinctively shaped ringed pan called a Bundt Pan. The Bundt pan was created in 1950 by H. David Dalquist, founder of the Nordic Ware company.
Chocolate Bundt Cake with Cream Cheese Filling by Mama’s Gotta Bake
Nobody really paid much attention to the bundt pan for years. In fact, at one point the company was considering discontinuing them. Then in the early 1960’s a Texas housewife won second place in the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest with her Tunnel of Fudge cake, created in a bundt pan. Suddenly everyone wanted a bundt pan! The folks at Nordic Ware had to go into overdrive to supply the demand!
Apple Cider Doughnut Cake by Katie at the Kitchen Door
Since 1950, Nordic Ware has sold an estimated 60 million Bundt pans. It is even a very popular wedding gift. A great way to start a new household out on the right foot!
Samoa Bundt Cake by Betsy Life
Since their original design, Nordic Ware has come up with lots more fun shapes for their bundt pans. Nearly 50 different ones, including a cathedral, a French fleur-de-lis, a rose and even a castle!
Peach Crumble Bundt by Java Cupcake
Did you know? Bundt cakes are a good choice for beginner cooks! The pan helps to heat the cake evenly and as long as they remember to spray it first with cooking spray or flour so that the cake doesn’t stick, it is almost fool-proof. Well, unless you are me. I tend to burn things…
Mocha Bundt Cake with Dark Chocolate Glaze by Sweet Sugar Bean
Berry Bundt Cake Glazed with Lemon Icing by Julia’s Album
Blackberry Jam Cake by Salt and Chocolate
Pistachio Bundt Cake by Cricket’s Cafe
Banana Cake with Rum Glaze by Technicolor Kitchen
Brown Sugar Walnut Pound Cake by Patty’s Food
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Celebrate the day with a piece of cake. You know you want to…
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