Last Updated on March 29, 2022 by Allison lancaster
Easter recipes are so fun to create with the colors of soft pastel colors of Easter and the promise of sunshine and growth. This Easter mini bundt cake recipe is the perfect way to get in the kitchen, shake off those winter blues, and embrace the fresh feeling of spring with these super easy and fun cakes!
If you’re baking these Easter bundt cakes for the kids, you may want to get them involved with the baking process too. This recipe includes ingredients like colorful sprinkles, fin to mix icing, and chocolate eggs, which kids are very likely to enjoy decorating with. And let’s be real, they’re likely going to love sneaking a few piece of the Easter candy to snack on during the process!
Make some wonderful family Easter memories while you make these delicious Easter mini bundt cakes.
Where to Buy Mini Bundt Cake Pans
Finding a bundt cake pan is as easy as going to the local Target or grocery store, but figuring out where to buy mini bundt cake pans can be a bit trickier. If you have a baking or kitchen store nearby, that’s a great place to start.
This Amazon mini bundt cake pan is a great price and shows up at your door. As long as you account for shipping time, it’s an easy option.
How Many Mini Bundt Cakes Does a Cake Mix Make?
This is a great question! One box of cake mix makes about 12 mini bundt cakes. So if you’re making these Easter mini bundt cakes for an event, plan accordingly.
Easter Bundt Cake Ideas
Add an extra bit of fun by trying one of these fun Easter bundt cake variations.
- Add a mini chocolate bunny to the top of the cake, surrounded by green coconut grass, pink jelly beans, and yellow jelly beans for a fun Easter treat.
- Use marshmallow chicks to make a cute topping. Place the marshmallow chick on the top of the cake, they will stick to both frosting and soon-to-be eaten pieces of cake.
- Layer in some white chocolate chips or sprinkles throughout the batter before baking these mini bundt cakes for an extra surprise in every bite!
Mini Bundt Cake FAQs
How do you get a mini bundt cake out of the pan?
To easily get your bundt cakes out of the silicone pan, you definitely want to make sure you’ve properly greased the cake pan before pouring in the batter. I like a non-stick baking spray with flour in it. I find that it ups the chance of getting my bundt cakes out of the pan in one piece.
If you forgot to prep your mini bundt cake pan or your cakes still aren’t coming out easily, try to firmly bang the pan down on the counter (face up). The force is often enough to knock the cake out.
If you find that you’re still struggling, you can grab a dish towel and get it wet with very hot water (Wring it out well, making sure it’s not soaking or dripping wet). Then lay the dish towel over the bundt pan for a few minutes. The steam from the hot towel should help loosen the cake from the pan.
How long are mini bundt cakes good for?
You can store the cooled cakes in the fridge for up to 5 days, but I’m sure these won’t likely be left alone that long!
Do you flip a bundt cake right away?
Not ideally. You should try to let the cake cool for about 10 minutes in the pan before trying to remove it. Once it’s removed, let it cool completely before decorating.
Who needs Nothing Bundt Cakes when you can easily make these Easter mini bundt cakes in your own kitchen? I hope you enjoyed these adorable mini cakes!
Try out this super fun and simple Easter mini bundt cake recipe, and have fun decorating with fun spring colors!
- 1 box of your favorite yellow cake mix
- 1 container of white vanilla frosting (16 oz)
- Red food coloring
- Yellow food coloring
- Heat oven to 350°F. Prepare a nonstick mini Bundt cake pan with baking spray. In large bowl, prepare your favorite cake mix according to directions.
- Once fully mixed, divide yellow cake batter equally into cake pan cups (about 1/3 cup each). Be sure to fill cake pan cups only half way.
- Bake 15 to 17 minutes or until toothpick inserted comes out clean. Cool 10 minutes in the pan. Once slightly cooled, carefully loosen around sides of each cake with small knife; turn upside down onto cooling rack, and remove the cakes the rest of the way. Allow cakes to continue to cool for about 30 minutes.
- In small microwavable bowl, add half of the frosting and a few drops of food coloring to reached desired tint of pink. Microwave for 10 to 15 seconds, stirring until smooth glaze consistency. If necessary, heat in 5 second increments until desired consistency is reached. Carefully spoon over the tops of the cakes (allow some frosting to drip down). Sprinkle the tops of with sprinkles or your favorite spring candy. Repeat with yellow or any other colors desired.
If you’re looking for some more fun Easter ideas, you can try out this marbled Easter egg craft with the kids!