We have a deep love for our Bundt pans, and it’s easy to see why. With very little effort, you can create a beautiful cake–and with only one pan to wash. These cakes are so gorgeous they don’t require any decorating (though, it is always an option to sprinkle with powdered sugar or drizzle over a simple glaze for some extra dazzle). They are also perfect for celebrating (even if you’re just rejoicing that you survived a Wednesday!). The Bundt cake can transform a mundane day into something special in just about an hour. And everyone can use a little extra celebration. To make things easy, we’ve gathered all our resources in one place and created The Gygi Guide to Bundt Pans. That way you have all the info you need to create an amazing Bundt cake.
We hope you peruse through the research we’ve done and leave here knowing how to bake the perfect Bundt (one that doesn’t stick!) and may be willing to try out a new recipe or two. We even threw in some non-traditional uses for the Bundt pan, because you know we love a kitchen utensil that earns its keep in our cupboards, and the Bundt pan certainly does just that!
Bundt cakes are magically delicious. And even more magically beautiful. If you’re looking to perfect your Bundt baking abilities, read these seven tips for a better Bundt.
We know, it’s so tempting to talk yourself into a cheaper, formed aluminum Bundt pan. And they can absolutely make lovely and delicious cakes. We are here to tell you, it is absolutely worth it to pay a bit more and get the cast aluminum. Check out this post to find out why it is a worthy investment.
We love the look (and effortlessness) of a beautiful Bundt cake. They are such a quick, easy, show stopping dessert when done right. But there is nothing worse than turning out a Bundt only to discover half the cake is still stuck inside the pan. Gah! No! How can you stop this from happening? Read this and find out how to prepare Bundt pans the right way.
We tested allll the pan prep methods–determining which methods work and which ones are sure to end in disappointment. We typed up all our findings right here in one place so you know exactly what to do next time you’re preparing a Bundt pan.
Who doesn’t love a show-stopping treat without the hours and hours of decorating? Truly, a Bundt is so beautiful all on its own, baked to golden brown perfection with crisp edges and unique designs. But sometimes you want to do just a little bit more. Luckily, there are so many hassle-free ways you can decorate your Bundt cake. Right here are some beautiful ideas!
Want your cake to do the talking? We wanted to take one of our Bundt cakes to the next level by layering in two different colors of batter to make stripes. Here is our method!
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It wouldn’t be The Gygi Guide to Bundt Pans without including some of our very favorite recipes. Think outside of the traditional Bundt cake box and break out your favorite Bundt pan. We can’t wait to see what you try!
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The Gygi Guide to Bundt Pans wouldn’t be complete without including our go-to products for creating the perfect Bundt cake. From pans to baking tools, and even decorations (we are talking about you, sprinkles), we’ve got you covered!