The ubiquitous ring-shaped cake cooked in a Bundt pan can take many forms. Our recipes for Almond Pound Cake and Butterscotch Marble Cake are a couple of good places to begin browsing for the perfect Bundt cake recipe.
Billowy frosting cloaks a moist and buttery lime-flecked cake whose subtle coconut flavor comes from canned cream of coconut.
This super-rich and buttery dessert is a treat for birthdays or Christmas. The cream cheese and almond glaze is the icing on the cake.
Spice up a store-bought cake mix with rum and pumpkin flavor for an easy fall dessert.
Boxed pound cake mix makes this lookalike dessert a cinch to make. For a scream come Halloween, serve alongside a vanilla ice cream "ghost."
This sweet bundt cake can double as decadent dessert and a splurge-worthy brunch coffee cake.
Amaretto, an Italian almond liqueur, adds an unexpected flavor component to this cinnamon bundt cake.
This delicious cake recipe is the perfect dessert for company. The white chocolate pudding gives the cake added moisture and flavor.
Decked out with rose petals, this orange-glazed cake is perfect for Mother's Day or a bridal shower. If you don't have a Bundt pan, bake it in a 10-inch tube pan.
This elegantly sculpted Christmas dessert recipe is baked in a fluted tube pan and topped with a white chocolate glaze and toasted almonds before serving.
Although these individual pound cakes are suppose to serve one, you may want to share with another guest. Each cake is drizzled with chocolate ganache and vanilla icing.
A childhood orchard trip inspired Melinda Murphy of Olathe, Kansas, to create this recipe, a finalist in our Best of the Midwest® Recipe Contest. The cakes are moist, sweet and generously proportioned, so you may want to serve a half cake to each person (or bake them in muffin cups instead).
This fruit and nut filled dessert is easy to make because it uses a yellow cake mix.