Looking for a hole-some dessert? These rich, moist Bundt cakes (named for the hole-in-the-middle pans they’re baked in) are the perfect tea-time treat. Whether you’re craving carrot cake or a taste of rich chocolate truffle, one of these decadent cakes will satisfy any sweet tooth.
Individual Marble Bundt Cakes with Ganache Glaze
Next time you’re hosting afternoon tea, serve and enjoy these mouthwatering mini marble Bundt cakes dipped in decadent chocolate ganache.
Mini Pineapple Cakes
Make sweet and simple upside down cakes in mini Bundt pans for an adorable dinner party dessert. If fresh pineapple isn’t in season, try a can of crushed pineapple and reserve the juice.
Bumbleberry Bundt Cake
Turn your favourite frozen fruit into a berry-full buttermilk Bundt cake. The best part of this freezer-friendly dessert is that you can bake it as a full-size cake or 12 mini cakes, topped with melted white chocolate.
Chocolate Hazelnut Brioche Cake
This decadent cake with rich chocolate bread dough is laced with a sweet chocolate-hazelnut filling.
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Bundt Cake
Your favourite flavour combination come together at last in a tasty Bundt cake. Creamy, crunchy peanut butter filling takes rich, moist chocolate cake to a whole new level.
Marble Bundt Cake with Truffle Centre
Chocolate lovers will adore this marbled cake that packs a scrumptious surprise! Each slice contains a creamy chocolate truffle centre, with semi-sweet chocolate chips peppered throughout the cake.
Green Tea Ginger Cakes
Green tea, sharp ginger and fresh tangerines make these unique and memorable cakes. If you don’t have mini cake pans, bake the batter in a large Bundt pan, just add 10 minutes to the oven timer.
Chocolate Fig Honey Cake
This spiced cake sweetened with honey is an excellent dessert to serve with an afternoon cup of tea.
Marbled Pound Cake
Rich and buttery, yet lighter than your average pound cake, this recipe contains a secret ingredient: yogurt, which keeps the chocolate cake moist.