The Bundt Cake is German in origin and became popular in the United States in
The distinctive pan was patented in 1950 but didn't catch on until a bake
contest in the 1960's in which a classic version won. The popular pan then sold close
to 50 million units.
The name comes from the German "bund" but the "T" was
added as a marketing gimmick by Pillsbury.
This extremely popular confection even has its own day in the United States
-- November 15.
Here are some delicious recipes -- try them out yourself and see why they are
among our favorites!
is for a lemon version and has 10 ingredients. This delight takes 50 to 55
minutes to bake and there is also a simple recipe for a tart lemon glaze.
Here is a highly rated glazed
almond version that contains 14 ingredients and spends an hour in the oven.
Other favorite recipes include moist
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