Bundt cakes come in a variety of flavors and colors but are basically single-layer, ring-shaped cakes. They've become almost iconic, and today we're sharing a variety of recipes using delicious ingredients to make the classic Bundt a star at your next get-together.
Take advantage of the seasonal citrus fruits coming to the markets, and make this tangelo-ricotta Bundt cake. The ricotta imparts an incredibly moist texture to the cake.
We're loving the bright combination of flavors in this lemon-ginger Bundt cake, sure to brighten any chilly autumn day.
Bring in the fall baking with this apple Bundt cake with cream cheese-vanilla icing, a simple cake with flavors that shine. We recommend using vanilla bean paste in the icing for an extra boost of vanilla flavor.
Nothing says indulgent more than this apple-beer Bundt cake with dulce de leche glaze. It seems beer in cakes is becoming the next big trend.
It's time to start baking with everything pumpkin, and this iced pumpkin chocolate spice Bundt is just the recipe to kick off the pumpkin-baking season.
Start your mornings with a slice of this honey swirled coffee Bundt cake, and we can promise a day that will not disappoint.
If you're still drowning in endless crops of zucchini, then this chocolate-zucchini Bundt cake is a great recipe to put that end-of-summer produce to work.
Spices add such great depth and flavor to baked goods, and this cinnamon and orange-spiced chocolate zucchini cake is the perfect example of how to use them.
How about making your favorite dessert into a Bundt cake like this banana split Bundt cake? The best of both worlds.
For the chocolate lovers out there, this double chocolate espresso Bundt cake with caramel glaze is made just for you.
We're loving this fun and colorful white chocolate funfetti chip Bundt cake, perfect for a kid's birthday party or for no other reason than to just eat cake on a Monday.
For the chocolate and mint lovers out there, this is just the cake for you. Bake up a chocolate candy cane swirl Bundt cake, and fall in love with this classic flavor combination.
If summer has been an extended one in your area, you might be able to score some nectarines for this vanilla bean bourbon nectarine Bundt cake. If not, then grab whatever seasonal stone fruit is available, like plums or apricots.
Are you a peanut butter lover? Then this peanut butter Bundt cake with chocolate chips and peanut butter glaze is the thing for you. Packed with peanut butter flavor, it's paired with sweet chocolate chips for that classic flavor combination.
Chambord is a black raspberry liqueur and one that pairs marvelously with chocolate. These mini dark chocolate-Chambord Bundt cakes are delicate and special enough to serve guests at a dinner party.
Sweet berries and the tartness of the buttermilk make this blackberry-buttermilk Bundt cake with sweet orange glaze a perfectly balanced Bundt cake.
Ever thought of adding sourdough batter to your baked goods (other than the typical bread)? This lime poppy seed sourdough Bundt cake proves it can be done, and done deliciously at that.
This pumpkin spice latte Bundt cake with espresso whipped cream will have you thinking you're at your local coffee shop, sipping on a seasonal beverage, but instead you can be comfy at home, having a slice of this cake.
The classic summertime dessert that's usually toasted over the fire is transformed into a cake in this s'mores Bundt cake.
Need a healthier but still delicious Bundt cake? This chocolate-beet Bundt cake is sweetened with maple syrup and honey along with the natural sweetness of beets, and made with half whole-wheat flour, making it a satisfying treat.
This seriously delicious whole-wheat Bundt cake drizzled with luscious blueberry glaze is the perfect (healthy) dessert.
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