There’s something special about mini desserts, and these mini bundt cake recipes are no exception. Small bundt cakes are fun, bite-sized, and perfect for any occasion. The only “problem” is that it’s easy to help yourself to two, or three, or four…
No matter your favorite cake flavor, this list probably has it — everything from chocolate to lemon poppy seed to pumpkin.
Some have frosting, others are glazed, and some are flavors that shine without a topping.
If you’re looking for a mini bundt cake for your next holiday party, get-together, or family dinner, we’ve got you covered. Any of the following recipes will “wow” your guests and have them asking for the recipe.
Plus, you won’t have to spend too long on these. Bundt cakes look beautiful without extra time decorating like other cakes.
So, let’s dive into 19 different mini bundt cake options for you to choose from!
Upgrade any dessert (especially a mini dessert) by adding chocolate chips to the mix. That’s what’s happening here.
Butter cake with chocolate chips is baked to a perfect light brown and topped with melted chocolate and sprinkles.
Not a fan of chocolate topping? You can use drizzle them with a simple glaze or dust them with powdered sugar instead. They’re also fantastic plain.
Bake up a batch for your next party — or just because you want something small, sweet, and full of chocolate chips!
Go chocolate all the way with these decadent chocolatey mini bundt cakes.
With chocolate ganache and berries, you can’t get much richer than this!
Make six delicious chocolate minis with this recipe, or you can combine the batter into one regular-sized 10-inch bundt cake. We’ll stick with the fun mini sizes for more to share!
The secret ingredient that adds to the flavor is 1 ½ cups of brewed coffee. It’s the perfect complement with chocolate. You can’t go wrong with these.
Lemon desserts provide the best combination of sweet and tart, and that’s what makes these keto mini bundt cakes the best. Get your sweet fix without all the sugar or carbs.
The moist lemon poppy cake is drizzled with a rich lemon glaze and a little lemon zest. They’ll practically melt in your mouth.
The fantastic texture in these keto cakes comes from oat fiber and almond flour. You can use another gluten-free flour in place of the almond flour.
Here’s another lemon bundt cake recipe but with some fun twists.
First, there’s sour cream in the batter. (Can you say, “yum”?!) Second, they have an incredible cream cheese glaze that dreams are made of.
For the best taste and texture, use full-fat sour cream.
If you love lemon cake or cupcakes, you have to give this recipe a try. It’s as compact as mini cupcakes but with the fun shape of bundt cakes.
Plus, these are fairly easy to make and only take about 20 minutes of prep time.
Looking for some red velvet mini bundt cake ideas? This one will have your mouth watering.
These Southern red velvet cakes are the perfect pair with a nice cup of coffee or tea. Pull up a chair and enjoy the decadence of red velvet cake with luscious cream cheese frosting.
To make this extra recipe special, slice each bundt cake horizontally into two or three layers. Add the cream cheese frosting in between the layers for tons of frosting in each bite!
Melted dark chocolate swirled throughout vanilla cake — need we say more?
These marbled minis are not only delicious, but they look beautiful too.
They’re super rich and buttery. You can use cake or pastry flour, but cake flour will produce a lighter and airy texture.
This is an adaptation of a recipe from celebrity chef Ann Olson. The modifications make it slightly healthier but without lacking in flavor.
Whipping cream and dark or bittersweet chocolate are some of the star players. Try it for yourself!
Want a mini bundt cake of the pumpkin spice variety? These will satisfy your pumpkin craving immediately.
Be sure to use pure pumpkin puree, not pumpkin pie filling, which is too sweet.
The flaze is an easy mix of powdered sugar, vanilla, and milk. The simplicity is just what you need to show off the pumpkin flavor.
Want a heftier frosting for these? You can replace the basic glaze with a cream cheese frosting or maple glaze.
Either way, you will love the pumpkin goodness complete with fall spices like pumpkin pie spice, cloves, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
Get your mini dessert filled with classic vanilla cake with these beauties.
Besides your basic flour, butter, sugar, and eggs, you’ll get the extra creaminess from full-fat Greek yogurt and whole milk.
You can top these with a simple sweet glaze or opt for no topping at all.
Need a quick but thoughtful gift idea? Or maybe an easy dessert to make for a party? These mini bundt cakes are the perfect solution.
If you want something more exciting than vanilla, perhaps add some chocolate chips into the batter or choose a more flavorful frosting. Don’t be afraid to experiment!
If you need a super easy cake recipe, this one checks off all of the boxes.
The base comes from a white cake mix combined with instant pudding, eggs, oil, buttermilk, and sour cream. And don’t forget the vanilla extra for that unforgettable almond flavor.
Use vanilla or white chocolate pudding mix. The choice is up to you.
You can also use fresh or frozen blueberries for this. The combination of blueberries and almonds is genius, and it might become your new favorite cake recipe.
What are hummingbird cakes, you might ask? The classic Southern recipe comes from a combo of bananas, pecans, and pineapple in the batter.
The difference here is that the hummingbird mix teams up with mini bundt pan recipes for the best comforting mini dessert.
These cakes are great for Sunday brunch, potlucks, or a fresh Easter dessert. When you serve them is up to you, but they’re sure to please.
To get the best measurements on the flour, spoon the flour into your measuring cup instead of scooping the measuring cup directly into the flour bag.
All you have to say is “coffee salted caramel” to have people come running.
It all comes from the topping, which is thin enough to fall down the sides and into the grooves of each bundt cake, allowing you to soak up the glaze in each bite.
The cake itself is a banana cake that does not disappoint. If you have ripening bananas sitting around, here’s your permission to get baking!
The riper, the better for bananas in this recipe. They’ll provide the perfect amount of sweetness for the cake.
Make these right away for a festive take on mini bundts. Each cake is filled with peppermint candies, marshmallows, and hot chocolate for the ultimate holiday treat.
Seriously, you need to try making these and experience their decadence for yourself!
You’ll need a hot cocoa mix for the batter. Use whatever brand or flavor you want. Just make sure it doesn’t contain marshmallows. (You’ll be adding enough of those yourself.)
To save time, make the cakes a day ahead and store them in an airtight container. Then, you can add the hot chocolate glaze and candies when you’re ready.
Apples, apples, apples… and delicious fall spice! Those are the themes of this recipe.
If you love apple cider and rum, this is a match made in heaven. Your belly (and your guests or family’s bellies) will thank you.
This takes a basic rum cake recipe and turns it up a notch with apple spice and a fantastic cider caramel glaze.
The apples are grated into the batter, which prevents them from being too lumpy or sticky.
Each cake is a little bit of fall fun.
Looking for small bundt cake recipes that are fun and easy? This recipe delivers.
There’s a layer of coconut cake and a layer of lime cake in each bundt. The taste is amazing, and the lime layer is a beautiful shade of green.
The “easy” part of these comes from a white cake mix. You’ll also use lime jello, green, sprinkles, and a tub of key lime frosting.
There’s very little prep involved, but no one has to know that. They’ll be too distracted by the incredible texture and flavor!
Just look at that title. Can you get more delicious and power-packed with flavor than that?
You can use the included chocolate cake recipe or use a boxed chocolate cake mix. However, keep in mind that the recipe is very simple in itself.
The cake is so chocolatey and rich, but it doesn’t stop there. There’s a rich chocolate ganache on top, and did we mention that there’s caramel in the centers of these cakes?
Choose these for a mini dessert full of decadence.
Whip up a batch of these almond bundt cakes for the next time you need an easy (but adorable) dessert recipe, or you want something sweet to have with your morning coffee.
The ingredients are simple ones you can get anywhere, but the details are important.
You’ll use a generous amount of butter, cake flour, whole milk, and egg whites for the perfect texture.
And don’t forget about the almond extract, which is the secret ingredient for the almond-y taste.
This recipe will show you how simple it is to take a carrot cake mix and elevate it. You’ll take the mixture and add two easy ingredients to make the cakes taste amazing.
We’ll tell you the special ingredients ahead of time: a packet of pudding mix plus one cup of sour cream.
It’s that’s simple! But the experience of these cakes is anything but simple.
Top it all with a super quick and creamy frosting recipe that contains cream cheese, butter, powdered sugar, and vanilla.
These mini bundt cakes start with a white cake base, and it just gets better from there.
The coconut comes from coconut extract and coconut cream liqueur — yep, you read that right! Yum. Buttermilk in the batter also helps keep these moist and delicious.
The topping is a coconut cream liqueur glaze and toasted coconut.
The recipe makes eight individual bundt cakes and the whole recipe cooks in about 20 minutes.
For a unique spin on mini bundt cakes, give this one a try.
Lemony, moist, light, and flavorful are the best descriptions for these mini lemon bundt cakes.
It’s the perfect Spring season dessert, or for when you want a lemon-flavored cake any time of year.
Plus, the cakes take minimal effort and require super simple ingredients that most people have.
The creaminess comes from the cream cheese, milk, and Greek yogurt in the batter. You’ll be amazed at how awesome the texture is after each bite.
The lemon glaze is optional. Add it on top for extra lemon and sweetness, or leave it off if you want the cake alone.
- cooking spray
- 2 c white sugar
- 1 ½ c vegetable oil
- 3 large eggs
- 2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 (16 oz) can pumpkin puree
- 3 c all-purpose flour
- 1 tbsps. salt
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 2 tsp baking soda
- 1 tsp ginger powder
- 1 c chocolate chips
- Preheat your oven to 325°F. Use cooking spray to grease two mini fluted bundt pans.
- In a large bowl, use an electric mixer to beat together the sugar, vegetable oil, eggs, and vanilla extract until smooth. Add the pumpkin puree and continue beating until the batter is well blended.
- In another bowl, combine the all-purpose flour, salt, baking powder, baking soda, and ginger powder. Add the flour mixture to the pumpkin mixture until just mixed, then fold in the chocolate chips.
- Pour the cake batter into the greased bundt pans. Bake for about 30 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.