Traditionally, Bundt cake is prepared in a Bundt baking pan in order to create its distinctive shape of multiple vertical sections (“bunds”) with a hollow section in the middle of the cake (much like that of a typical donut hole).
Bundt cake originated in the U.S. in Minneapolis and was a design that mimicked that of a European fruit cake called Gugelhupf.
As in any cake, Bundt cake’s main ingredients include flour, sugar, eggs, and a sweet glaze for an icing finish, but there is no standard recipe for Bundt cake. Due to its subjective nature, Bundt cakes hold their similarity in their uniform design.
If you’re curious to try this cake, inspired by the creativity of Minneapolis and Gugelhupf, check out some of the recipes provided below.
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