This cake delivers the same flavors as its three-layered cousin in a super moist, sugar-dusted package. It’s Italian Cream Cake, simplified. For more recipes like this, get our One-Layer Cake Special Issue!
These ringed cakes get their name from the molded pans they’re baked in and can take practically any form and flavor—there’s no official Bundt recipe. Dive into our Mexican Hot Chocolate Bundt Cake. Ancho chile gives this chocolate cake a rich heat. Like more spice? Add an extra teaspoon of the ground chile pepper.
Cider gives this cinnamon sugar doughnut bundt cake its robust apple flavor. To get the full effect, be sure to reduce the cider until it is thick like syrup.
We (literally) put a spin on the classic Bundt by swirling peanut butter and chocolate into the batter in this crowd pleasing cake.
This Double Chocolate Spice Bundt Cake gets an undertone of warm, cozy spice from chai tea-infused milk. Just one slice will have the chocolate lover in your life begging for more!