The Greatest Christmas Bundt Cake
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The Greatest Christmas Bundt Cake

‘Tis the season for festive baking! What better way to usher in the holiday cheer than with a delightful Christmas Bundt Cake? This recipe is a perfect addition to your holiday festivities. Picture a moist and flavorful cake adorned with seasonal ingredients, ready to steal the show at your Christmas table.

Whether you're a seasoned baker or a holiday enthusiast looking to spread joy (aff) through delicious treats, this Christmas Bundt Cake is a surefire way to sweeten the season. Get ready to embark on a culinary journey that combines the spirit of Christmas with the joy (aff) of baking. Let's dive into the recipe and create memories that taste as good as they look!

Christmas Bundt Cake

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Ingredients

Cake Ingredients

Frosting Ingredients

Instructions

Cake Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prep bundt cake pan.
  • Sift flour, baking powder, salt, and baking soda together in a bowl.
  • Beat butter on high for 30 seconds.
  • Add sugar and vanilla extract to the butter until well combined.
  • Add egg whites, one at a time, mixing after each.
  • Add eggs, one at a time, mixing after each.
  • Add 1/3 (aff) C flour mixture to the wet mixture, followed by adding 1/3 C of the buttermilk; add 1/3 C flour mixture again, then add 1/3 C buttermilk mix on low speed, add 1/3 C of flour and add the rest of 1/3 C of buttermilk mix in low speed until thoroughly blended.
  • Divide the batter into two bowls…. add red gel food coloring to one…. add green gel food coloring to the second. Stir well.
  • Spray the bundt pan with Pam spray.
  • Begin by spooning in some red batter and spooning some green on top. Alternate the red and green batter into the bundt pan.
  • Bake the cake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean.
  • Allow the cake to cool in the pan for about 20 minutes, then remove the cake from the Bundt pan and place on a wire rack until completely cooled.

Frosting Directions

  • Cream the butter and powder sugar until it looks light and creamy.
  • If it doesn't cream add several drops of the heavy whipping cream until it creams. Once the frosting has the right consistency begin by using a large spoon drizzle the frosting on the cake.
  • Allow all frosting to dry on the cake.
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As the oven timer announces the completion of your culinary masterpiece, it's time to revel in the sweet success of creating a Christmas Bundt Cake that embodies the season's essence. With every bite, savor the rich flavors and festive warmth this cake brings to your holiday table. Whether shared with loved ones, gifted to friends, or enjoyed as a personal indulgence, this Christmas Bundt Cake is more than a recipe—it's a celebration in every mouthful. As you relish the sweet notes and textures that define this festive delight, may it be a reminder that the joy of the holidays is best shared through the simple pleasure of homemade treats. Wishing you a season filled with love, laughter, and the delicious memories created in your kitchen. Merry Christmas and happy baking! ??

If you like this bundt cake, check out our gingerbread men recipe and these Santa Belt Brownies.

7 thoughts on “The Greatest Christmas Bundt Cake

  1. I just made your beautiful cake to go into the freezer to take out and ice for our Christmas Eve get-together….I hope mine is half as pretty as yours when I cut it….when I post about it, may I use your photo and link back to you ?
    Here from Full Plate…

  2. Mine wasn’t as pretty as yours and was not sweet enuf and also was dry…we just added a scoop of ice cream and it was ok. Thanks so much

  3. That looks so good I could have it for breakfast! lol Thanks for sharing this at the DI & DI Link party. We hope you found some new friends and had fun.

    Merry Christmas!

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