Whether they’re glazed, frosted, dusted, or plain, I can’t get enough of these fantastic mini bundt cake recipes.
They’re just too cute not to make!
Bundt cakes come in so many different flavors. And with all the new baking pans, they even come in fun shapes!
But these mini bundt cakes are probably my faves. Because as much as I love a big show-stopping sponge, you can’t beat these little beauties.
They’re just as tasty and perfect for birthdays, parties, and more.
I adore these mini bundt cake recipes, and I know you will too!
20+ Easy Mini Bundt Cakes We Can’t Get Enough Of
Lemon is a classic bundt cake flavor everybody knows and loves.
And this version is just as full of bright and zesty lemon goodness in mini moist and delicious portions.
If you’re lucky enough to find Meyer lemons, use those for an even tastier dessert.
Drizzle a lemony glaze once the cakes are baked and out of their pan. Not only are they delicious, but they’re also pretty and perfect for any occasion.
Celebrate any day of the year with these fabulous funfetti mini bundt cakes.
Cute and colorful, they’re filled with bright sprinkles and topped with yummy frosting.
These cakes are ideal for birthday parties or just when you’re craving birthday cake.
It’s a flavor everybody loves, and they’re a hit with kids and adults alike.
Almond and orange flavors come together for one of the best bundt cakes I’ve ever had.
The almond cake is exceptionally moist with a hint of flavor that’s just beautiful. Meanwhile, the orange glaze is wonderfully citrusy without overpowering.
I love the simplicity of this recipe, yet somehow they’re still so impressive.
If you’ve never had a cara cara navel orange before, you must try them…and then immediately make these mini bundts!
These delightfully citrus-flavored cakes are topped with a scrumptious cream cheese frosting.
It’s a fantastic marriage of flavors that’ll have you craving seconds (and thirds!).
The only thing that could make these cakes any better is a few edible flowers and dried orange slices on top. Delish!
It doesn’t get any better than a rich chocolate cake with ganache.
And these baby bundt cakes are the best way to end a romantic date night at home or a celebratory dinner.
Few people can resist the appeal of silky smooth chocolate ganache. Serve them with fresh berries, and enjoy!
Strawberry bundt cakes are soft, light, and oh-so-sweet. Plus, they’re made with jello for extra flavor and a nice texture.
With a bright red strawberry on top and pretty pink frosting, they scream spring and summer.
That said, these are delicious any time of year, any day, and at any time.
Vanilla white bundt cakes are simple but far from boring.
They’re wonderfully moist, and the frosting is surprisingly tasty. Not to mention, vanilla is the kind of cake everyone loves, so it’s great for parties.
So whether you’re serving a crowd or enjoying them in your kitchen at midnight, these cakes will be a huge hit.
Carrot bundt cakes are the ideal Easter dessert but will taste fantastic all spring and beyond!
Warm flavors of ginger and cinnamon make this recipe one of my all-time favorite carrot cakes.
And it’s not complete without tangy cream cheese frosting!
Pecans add some crunch, and the little orange peels bring a nice pop of color. So cute!
The vibrant and satisfying red velvet cake batter is light, tasty, and insanely moist.
Then there’s that cream cheese frosting again, bringing plenty of sweet tang to the mix.
You can’t go wrong with these mini bundts.
During fall, pumpkin makes an appearance everywhere. And since you can’t really escape it, you might as well give it a try!
This recipe calls for pureed pumpkin and spices, allowing you to control how warm it is. I much prefer that to pumpkin pie filling – but you do you.
The glaze is simple but so yummy. It adds just the right amount of sweetness to these pumpkin delights.
Blueberry bundt cakes aren’t that far from a blueberry muffin, so these cakes are perfectly acceptable for breakfast if you ask me!
Studded with juicy blueberries, these cakes burst with flavor.
And how stunning is that deep purple glaze? I want to put it on everything!
They say chocolate makes everything better. But this time, the caramel is the real star of the show.
Rich, moist chocolate cakes covered in a decadent caramel frosting is the kind of dessert you’ll crave again and again.
These are perfect for holidays, birthdays, or any old weekday when cravings hit.
Move over, lemon, because these lime cakes are the new favorite citrus sponges in town!
Limes are deliciously tart and sweet with a much milder and more pleasant taste than lemons (in my opinion).
And with that sweet frosting on top, they’re totally irresistible.
Lemon and raspberries go together like PB&J.
Both are tart and bright, and the sweetness of the berries ensures every bite of these cakes is balanced, fruity, and to die for.
Plus, how incredible do those pops of color look?
Chocolate peppermint bundts are ideal during the holidays but can easily be enjoyed any time of year.
Rich chocolate with cooling peppermint is a beautiful and classic combination.
Of course, the crushed candy canes just scream Christmas!
If peppermint isn’t your jam, try these gingerbread mini bundt cakes instead.
The warm spices and ginger flavors are lovely, and these cakes are a nice change from the traditional gingerbread cookie.
You can even get the kids involved when making them! How sweet would they look with gumdrops and mini gingerbread people on top?
Apples and cinnamon is one of my favorite fall flavor combinations.
It’s fruity and sweet with a hint of spice that’s great in everything from cookies to pancakes.
And these cakes are so simple and a fabulous way to satisfy your sweet tooth.
They’re also ideal for making after a day at the orchards!
Spice cake is spectacular. It’s so moist and warm and pairs well with plenty of flavors.
I’m talking apples, berries, citrus, and more.
So while this recipe calls for a tangy cream cheese frosting, why not try something more fun?
I like to add chocolate frosting with a salted caramel drizzle. Or how about an orange-infused frosting with cranberries on top?
Chocolate chip muffins were always my choice over blueberry as a kid.
And these bundt cakes bring back all the excitement of basically having cake for breakfast.
Use good chocolate – the recipe calls for Ghirardelli – and you will not be disappointed. Chocolate is the star, after all, so why not make it the best?
Stop scrolling! This is the only recipe you’ll ever need to use up those overripe bananas.
Not only are the cakes incredibly moist, but the Nutella ganache is just *chef’s kiss*.
Nutella and banana has never looked so good. These might just be too good to share!
Baby Butterfinger bundts may sound like a mouthful, but at least they’re a tasty one.
Loaded with a crispy Butterfinger layer, these toffee-peanut butter cakes are heavenly.
Chocolate ganache drips down the sides making for one sinfully sweet dessert.
Coffee and chocolate bundt cakes are the ideal pick-me-up for any time of day. And these even have an adult twist.
Kahlua is an excellent partner to the chocolate flavors, and it boosts the coffee, too, so you get a double whammy of tasty goodness.
Plus, the glaze is made with coffee liquor, so it’s truly magical. If you like coffee, you have to try these.
23. Mini Rum Cakes
Give your favorite rum cake a mini twist with this adorable recipe.
If you’ve never made rum cake before, I promise it’s straightforward. Just brush the warm cakes with a stunning rum glaze.
These boozy cakes will knock your socks off.
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