Highlight your favorite fall flavor and use it as a way to share your seasonal eating and living adventures with friends and family in a tasty and non-preachy kind of way.
Baking Bundt Cakes
Bundt cakes are tend to be easy to make and require minimal baking skills. The cake batters tend to be full of simple and easy to find ingredients.
Obviously a bundt cake pan is needed and do grease it well so the cooked cake slips out of it easily.
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Follow the simple recipes for the most success. Do know ahead of time that bundt cakes tend to need a long baking time so plan ahead for baking and cooling prior to serving.
Most bundt cakes keep well because of their moisture so do make the day before but keep the whole thing stored in an airtight container to maintain freshness.
How to Serve
A slice of bundt cake is a perfect dessert all on its own. However, there are some easy ways to jazz it up.
Many of the following recipes come with glazes or frosting which is wonderful and simple. It’s also reasonable to switch glazes around if desired. A basic vanilla white glaze works for most any cake, but feel free to use a cream cheese icing or chocolate frosting instead.
A slice of still warm cake served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream is always delightful.
Top slices with some whipped cream and a dusting of powdered sugar for a simple but pretty and tasty touch.
If you don’t have a classic apple cake in your baking arsenal yet, this is it. This traditional Jewish apple cake is made up of big cinnamon-sugar chunks of apples nestled into a super moist coffee cake, best served warm with a cup of coffee or tea.
This Chai Apple Bundt Cake recipe celebrates the flavors of fall. The warm spices, tart apple and soft texture all come together beautifully to create a heavenly dessert. You can make it ahead and it’s lovely for a crowd!
Whether you've canned a bunch of applesauce or use store-bought these super moist cakes are a great way to make a simple and moist bundt cake.
This frosted chocolate cake has amazing texture because of the applesauce in the cake batter. The chocolate masks much of the applesauce flavor leaving you with a cake that uses seasonal ingredients while focusing on the chocolate flavor for special occasions.
This apple cider donut cake has all the flavors of apple picking in a soft, moist cake! Fresh apples, autumn spices, sour cream, and a cinnamon-sugar coating make this the best cake to make for fall!
Remember that most any cooked and pureed winter squash can be swapped for pumpkin puree in a recipe. Use the canned type but remember any leftover homegrown or local variety you can find for a truly amazing pumpkin dessert.
Take dessert to the next level with this chocolate truffle pumpkin pound cake. Chocolate and pumpkin are a perfect flavor combination. A great fall dessert, especially when served with a gourmet coffee drink.
This Cranberry Bundt Coffee Cake is made with leftover cranberry sauce, pecans, sour cream, a delicious vanilla coffee glaze and sparkly candied cranberries for the perfect show-stopping holiday dessert!
We can't leave our gluten-free loved ones out of the fall bundt cake enjoyment. This moist Cranberry Orange Bundt Cake is chock full of gorgeous cranberries that are bursting with flavor. It’s the perfect cake to serve in late fall or winter.
Granted we can make a spice cake anytime of year, but it does seem that many of us turn to warming spice as the weather cools in the fall season for added comfort and heat to our desserts.