Inside: the most delicious and beautiful Christmas Bundt cakes. All of your favorite holiday flavors, from gingerbread to peppermint to eggnog.
There’s nothing like a perfect Bundt Cake. Easy to make and easily adaptable to incorporate all your favorite holiday flavors. Whether you call it a tube cake, a pound cake, or something else, you’re sure to find something you love in this Christmastime collect of Bundt Cake recipes.
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Chocolate Peppermint Bundt
It’s like peppermint bark and minty hot chocolate all rolled into one amazing cake! This recipe combines a moist chocolate cake with a delicious frosting and a crunch of crushed candy canes.
One of the ultimate Christmastime flavors, gingerbread Bundt Cake is a classic. We LOVE this cake for the perfect balance of moistness and spices. A delicious recipe!
Caramel Bundt Cake
This caramel cake is a delicious vanilla cake topped with a real, stovetop caramel frosting. Takes a bit of effort to make the frosting but totally worth it!
Sticky Toffee Pudding Cakes
These are a true old-fashioned Christmas recipe of extra moist cake with an amazing glaze. This version is baked, which is easier than the traditional steamed method.
You’ll love the sweetness from the dates and the buttery toffee glaze.
A wonderful use of mini Bundt pans for individual servings!
Eggnog: either you love it or you hate it! And if you’re one of those who loves it, give this recipe a try. It’s a basic pound cake with eggnog baked right in, and used again in the glaze.
Rum Bundt Cake
Rum is such a warming winter flavor. This rum cake has a hint of pumpkin spice in the recipe and is soaked with rum. Absolutely delicious and a nice change of pace from the classic holiday flavors.
Rainbow Christmas Cake
Easy to make since you start with a cake mix, this rainbow cake is super fun to make with kids. Perhaps not the most elegant cake out there, it is definitely joyful and fun.
Sugared Cranberry Bundt
A classic vanilla cake with the bright flavors of orange and cranberry. The cake is topped with powdered sugar and with delicious, beautiful sugared cranberries.
Probably the prettiest cake on this list!
Orange Chocolate Bundt
This one makes a great coffee cake to serve in the morning as well. A rich chocolate Bundt cake with just the right hint of orange, it’s a delicious holiday treat whether you serve it plain or with a dusting of powdered sugar.
Coconut Lemon Bundt Cake
This cake combines timeless citrus flavor and coconut with a dusting of snow-like shredded coconut. Serve it with slices of lemon and springs of holly for an extra festive look.
And that’s it! I hope you make one this season, enjoy it, and share it.