Mini versions of desserts not only look adorable but they’re also convenient one-serving variations of your favorite sweet treats. One such mini dessert you need to try is a bundt cake. Bundt cakes are incredibly versatile and look incredible. With some mini pans, making a tray of mini bundt cakes is just as easy as baking a batch of cookies!
Here are some irresistible mini Bundt cake recipes to get the ball rolling. Make sure to read each recipe all the way through before you start measuring. Have fun!
This easy and versatile pound cake bursting with vanilla flavor is perfect for mini Bundt pans. The results are little cakes that are just the right size for a decorate-your-own party for kids and grownups alike, as vessels for individual strawberry shortcakes, or even as a simple snack with whipped cream.
This tiny cake is bursting with lemony goodness. It’s a dairy-free treat that is perfect for a dinner party or simply as dessert after a family meal. Serve with some berries and whipped cream for elegance or garnish with a lemon wedge.
Classic flavors of a chocolate chip cookie in a small cake form! The kids will especially adore these little chocolate chip-filled cakes, and you’d be hard-pressed to find a grownup who will turn them down. You can also use dark chocolate if you’d rather have a less-sweet cake.
Red velvet is a popular favorite, and for good reason! Sporting the iconic vibrant red color, this mini bundt version is pillowy soft, velvety, and perfect for festive occasions. Topped with an airy cream cheese frosting, berries, mint leaf, and a sprinkle of powdered sugar, this is a dessert that does not fail to impress!
Some days, only chocolate will keep you going. These simple, soft cakes are loaded with chocolatey goodness, and they are beyond easy to make. Whip up a batch and eat as is or top with frosting, glaze, or powdered sugar.
Make your child’s next birthday fun-tastic with these bite-sized funfetti cakes! You can decorate them ahead of time or have the kids decorate their own with sprinkles and candy. Once baked, frost with the funfetti frosting or use a simple powdered sugar glaze.
Sweet orange and tart cranberries pair nicely in this recipe to create citrusy-sweet cakes that are perfect with tea or coffee. If they are in season, use fresh cranberries but avoid thawed frozen cranberries as they get too soft and wet. Instead, you can hydrate dried cranberries in orange juice for better results. Top with a delicious white chocolate-orange glaze!
These simple cakes will make Easter or Mother’s Day memorable with their colorfully decorated tops. These cakes are incredibly simple to make and have a gorgeous pink-tinted batter. Decorate with pastel-colored glazes using different food colorings or just add mini candy-coated Easter eggs!
Delicate citrus flavors take the spotlight in these delicious mini cakes that are perfect for weekend brunch. This batter uses lemon, lime, orange, and grapefruit zest, giving the cakes a zesty flavor that does not overwhelm. The baked cakes are then partially soaked in a refreshing grapefruit glaze. Serve with sweetened whipped cream to cut through the tartness.
This is a great recipe to use when you want to have a variety of finishing options. The cake itself is mild and lightly sweet, so it can easily handle a plethora of toppings. Go simple with chocolate, sprinkles, or fruit preserves, or break out some ice cream and all the toppings for a birthday cake sundae bar.
Dense and chocolate, these mini cakes are as good as any good pound cake should be. All of that chocolate is offset by a sweet brown sugar-based butterscotch sauce that will become a staple in your standby recipes. If you don’t have a mini Bundt pan, you can make these in a muffin or cupcake pan.
Peanut butter and chocolate is a great combo that never fails. And this is a mini peanut butter-filled chocolate bundt cake that will send everyone into orbit! The filling is just peanut butter chips generously layered between scoops of batter, and these cakes are finished with a melt-in-your-mouth chocolate glaze.
It’s not always easy to find a gluten-free dessert recipe that will make everyone happy. But this will. This fantastic recipe is made from oat flour and spelt flour, which only enhances the rich chocolate and coffee flavors. Crunchy cacao nibs and nuts finish off the dense chocolate glaze.
These delicious minis can be dessert, of course, or they can take the place of your morning muffin or afternoon snack. If you’re packing them to have on the go or for kids’ lunches, skip the glaze because it can get messy. Use fresh blueberries for the best results, but if that isn’t possible, unthawed frozen berries would also work great.
With fresh, bright lemony flavors, this mini bundt cake recipe is simple and delicious. Tangy buttermilk keeps these lime-infused mini cakes incredibly moist. Serve with powdered sugar and berries or a scoop of ice cream if you’re feeling especially decadent!
If you’ve never heard of hummingbird cake, you’ve been missing out. This Southern treat is sinfully sweet and packed with tropical flavors of pineapple and banana as well as crunchy pecans. Bite-sized baby bundts make a perfect portion for an easy dessert, kids’ snacks, or to have with a cup of coffee.
Elegant, delicate, and stunning, these rosé-spiked bundt cakes are perfect treats for special events! The batter and glaze are both made with simple ingredients and infused with sparkling rosé champagne. Top it off with powdered sugar, whipped cream, or just fresh strawberries.
A fun twist on the regular carrot cake recipe, this carrot-pineapple version offers wonderful flavors and textures! From Easter dinner to class picnics, this combo of carrot, pineapple, coconut, and pecans is a delight. This recipe is written for two small six-cup pans, but simply adjust the cooking time for a mini pan.
If you’ve run out of your Girl Scout cookie stash, this recipe for mini Samoa baby Bundts will leave you happy and fulfilled with chocolate-caramel-coconut goodness until next year! These may look time-intensive, but a boxed mix makes prep easy. Top them with buttercream frosting, coconut flakes, and a drizzle of melted chocolate.
With an easy recipe, you can bake quick festive fall treats that are spectacularly tasty! The batter is a simple mix of eggs, canned pumpkin, and a box of spice cake mix! Top with a powdered sugar glaze and toasted nuts, or pair with everyone’s favorite cream cheese frosting.
These flavorful mini cakes pack a lovely surprise — cinnamon and nuts baked inside! They’re easier to eat than a slice of coffee cake, and what a festive treat for a holiday morning they make! Spruce them up with decadent vanilla icing, red M&Ms, and green jelly slices and they’re the perfect Christmas presents for loved ones!
Nothing screams holidays like the rich flavors of chocolate and peppermint. These Christmas delights are festive with their abundant peppermint flavor, sweet peppermint ganache, and crushed candy cane topping for color and crunch. This recipe is ridiculously easy, so your holiday table will look great with minimal effort.
Light and airy mini cakes with layers of raspberry swirl is a two-bite version of your favorite raspberry Danish. Enhance the fruity goodness with a sprinkle of powdered sugar or a dollop of whipped cream. This easily adaptable recipe would also be great with a variety of fruits for a scrumptious breakfast or all-day snack.
Here’s a healthy and fat-free cake recipe that also tastes incredible! It is a great inclusive dessert for anyone facing dietary restrictions, including in moderation for diabetics. Serve with whipped cream and berries or with a homemade reduced-sugar fruit compote for a dessert everyone will enjoy.
Crunchy almonds in a subtly sweet cake with a yummy glaze will have nut lovers going crazy! Besides being cute, the spiced nut mixture makes these cakes wonderfully flavorful and perfectly crunchy. Make sure you toast the sliced almonds; the flavor boost will be worth it!
These soft and tender bundt cakes elevate the simple banana to the next level. This recipe is perfect for those times when you have a banana on the overage of becoming over-ripe! Spiced with cinnamon and with a rich caramel glaze on top, this is a recipe you’ll want to hang on to.
A smooth white chocolate glaze and tart maraschino cherries form the centerpieces of this delightful cake. Made in an electric pressure cooker, these steamed cakes are no less delicious than their baked versions. The simple flavors of almond, vanilla, and white chocolate are beautifully complemented by the juicy maraschino cherry.
Here’s a great recipe to pair with all of your holiday meals. Traditional gingerbread is sometimes dry, but not these cakes. The glaze helps keep the cake nice and moist, while the cinnamon enhances the cake’s intense spicy flavor.
This recipe is ideal for holiday baking, so go ahead and switch out your cookie tray for baby Bundts instead! In this recipe, the warmth and creaminess of eggnog and spice are enhanced with a tablespoon of rum in the batter and a simple glaze on top. Add sugared cranberries on top for a festive treat!
Sweet and spicy chai flavors in cake form? Yes, please! The addition of finely ground chai tea in these cakes takes a simple cake batter to the next level! The sweet vanilla glaze is the perfect complement to the cake, but powdered sugar would also work beautifully.