Make a Bundt cake - looks stunning (even without icing)


Nordic Ware Bundt® cake pans were the original shaped bakeware. That's why so many refer to any shaped bakeware as a Bundt. But in fact, Bundt is a registered brand of Nordic Ware - an industry leader in bakeware, kitchenware and more.

Nordic Ware Bundt pans are known for their interesting shapes and cast aluminum construction which results in even baking and browning. Available in a variety of shapes including square pans and individual sized bakeware, you've probably enjoyed a Bundt cake at numerous events.
Or maybe you've been awed by them on a food table; they are that beautiful.

What makes their shaped bakeware so popular besides the quality construction, is how easy they are to use. Many have a professional hardcoat non-stick surface making they easier for cake removal as well as for clean-up. But it's the presentation with little effort from you (the pan does the work), that has led to the success of these Bundt pans.

Bundt cakes are always a hit with guests because of their interesting and delightful presentation and are just as easy to use as a regular cake pan. Not into baking? Don't worry, you can even make a mix cake - it will out perfectly and look awesome.

Bundt coffee cakes can be served with or without frosting or topping and look terrific with just a sprinkle of icing sugar. Not too many 'naked' cakes can pull this off, but the Bundt can. So if you're looking for a healthier dessert option, this is a good choice.

Superior for coffee cakes, popular when decorated for special events or incorporated into a theme birthday cake, this is a dessert that's usually easy to cut and serve. But cakes are not the only thing you can make in a shaped bakeware pan.

It's also ideal for jellied salads and other desserts.

A Bundt pan for some (myself included) has become an essential bakeware item. For many years, most of my cakes were baked in a Bundt. And the key to easily removing the cake, is to let it cool completely in the pan, especially if it's chocolate.

Then use a long flexible plastic, rubber or silicone spatula to nudge each curve section, before inverting on your serving plate.

Making and baking a cake in a shaped bakeware is similar to using any type of baking pan. The key is using the right amount of batter for the pan. The standard size of Bundt requires ten cups of batter or alternatively, a double layer cake mix, but there are smaller sizes, including single-serve pans.
These specialty pans are excellent for gift-giving. Browse the various brands and shapes available; you'll be amazed at the extensive assortment. You can even buy a silicone shaped pan if you prefer.


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