Bundt Cake Recipes You’ll Fall For

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We’ve all got a bundt pan buried somewhere in our kitchen, so why not dig it out and make a special cake? Even though they look extra fancy, they’re actually pretty simple to make. From a Girl Scout cookie lookalike to a decadent red velvet creation, check out a few of our faves below.

cinnamon-cream-cheese-pound-cakephoto: Kelly Jaggers

Cinnamon Cream Cheese Pound Cake
This light but delicious cake from Evil Shenanigans is bound to be a crowd pleaser. The cream cheese-based batter makes the end product light and airy. Pair it with a cup of coffee or tea for the ultimate afternoon snack. Get the recipe by clicking here.

samoa-cakephoto: Spicy Southern Kitchen

Samoa Bundt Cake
Satisfy your Girl Scout cookie cravings by making this delish cake from Spicy Southern Kitchen. The tried-and-true combo of chocolate, coconut and caramel is always a winner, and we love the way the bundt shape matches the shape of the original cookie. Click here to get the recipe.

 red-velvet-marble-cakephoto: I Heart Eating

Red Velvet Marble Cake
Red velvet cake meets pound cake in this genius recipe from I Heart Eating. Simple instructions make it easy to pull off the swirled effect, but it’s impressive enough to really wow your family. To learn how it’s made, click here.

pumpkin-chocolate-chip-bundt-cakephoto: Inspiring Cooks

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake
Who said pumpkin is just for pie? Try out this moist and delicious pumpkin cake from Inspiring Cooks. With chocolate chips dotted throughout, it’s sure to be a hit with the whole family. To get the recipe, click here.

peanut-butter-chocolate-bundt-cakephoto: Betsy Life

Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl Bundt Cake
Peanut butter cup fans will go wild for this decadent cake from Betsy Life. Creamy peanut butter ganache coats a chocolate and peanut butter swirled cake, and even more chocolate is drizzled over the top. Drooling yet? To grab the recipe, click here.

What’s your favorite bundt cake recipe? Share it with us in the comments below! 

—Susie Foresman