Fudge Filled Vanilla Bundt Cake

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Here’s a brand new invention that’s taking the classic old bundt cake to the next level! It’s a recipe called Fudge Filled Vanilla Bundt Cake, and we think it’s gonna change your mind about bundt cakes forever!

What the heck is a bundt cake anyway? It’s basically a cake that’s baked in something called a “Bundt Pan”. What’s a bundt pan? It’s a cake pan that’s in a ring shape. This kind of cake mould was influenced by the European Gugelhupf cake shape and it became popular in the US in the 50s and 60s. By then Nordic Ware, a cakeware manufacturer, had trademarked the “Bundt” name and was mass producing aluminum bundt pans – they were cheap but handy! It was actually Pillsbury (remember the cute little doughboy who always got poked in the belly?) who truly brought bundt cakes into the mainstream with their clever ad campaigns.

The Gugelhupf was like a brioche cake and it originated in Jewish communities in Germany, Poland, and Austria. There’s much conjecture on what “bundt” actually means, but some say it refers to the “bundled” shape of the ring pan itself. Okay, so now that we know a little about bundt cake history, we can forget everything we just learned in the wake of this all-new kind of bundt cake – one that we FILL with FUDGE, glaze with frosting, and sprinkle with chocolate chips. Holy fudge, Batman, this is gonna be Yum-eee! And just how do we stuff a bundt cake full of fudge? Well, we’re gonna have to check out the full recipe to find out, otherwise it’s just as much a mystery to us as it is to you.

Want the full recipe for Fudge Filled Vanilla Bundt Cake? Then head on over to the “Cookies & Cups” website by following the link in the description below!

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