When it is time to get cake out of a bundt pan but things aren't going to plan, try these useful tips and tricks! If you're here because you already baked your dessert and your cake seems stuck, don't worry. You still have a few options to get your cake out of a bundt pan in one piece!
The Bundt pan is a dougnut shaped baking vessel designed and trademarked by Nordic Ware in the 1950s and 1960s. Inspired by the European cake Gugelhupf, the circular cake pan would become the most popular selling pan in the US. Since the original fluted Nordic Ware bundt pan design, a large range of different shapes and mini bundt pans exist.
A recent episode from Food Network Asia “Fact or Fiction” totally inspired me break out my bundt pan and make this Moist and Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake...
- Lemon Drizzle cake is a special and quintessential recipe to serve up this Christmas. A bundt pan is used to create a more regal looking cake for this special occasion. If you do not have a bundt pan however, any normal baking pan would work just fine.
If there is one cake I would make over and over again, it’ll have to be this Lemon Buttermilk Cake. When I first came across this an episode of Genius recipe from Food52, I immediately bookmarked it and broke out newly acquired Bundt pan.
Coating a bundt pan with vegetable oil and sugar makes the pan non-stick AND gives a sparkly, crunchy finish too!