Strawberry Bundt Cake

Strawberry Bundt Cake

I needed to make a cake to take to a potluck as well as whip up dessert for the people at my house, so I doubled the recipe for this. That was not only a good idea, but a tasty one as well. This recipe for Strawberry Bundt Cake is easy, moist and very yummy. Especially by the time you put frosting, strawberry and chocolate syrup on top of it.

The ingredients – minus the chocolate syrup. Just a bottle of Hershey’s works great.

Dump all ingredients into a bowl and mix well. Batter will be really thick.

Bright pink batter in the pan.

Baked to a lovely golden brown on top.

Even the minis are golden brown.

Once cool, turn out of pan onto a serving platter. Parden my plastic plate. I wanted to be able to leave it at the potluck and not worry about finding my dish later.

Zap frosting in the microwave for about 12-15 seconds, until it is thin and pourable.

Then pour it on. You can go thick or thin in the application. My theory is more is better!

Next, pour on the strawberry syrup, drizzling it down the sides.

Do the same with the mini cake.

If so desired, drizzle on some chocolate syrup then garnish with fresh berries.

Strawberry Bundt Cake

1 box Strawberry Cake Mix

1 small package instant cheesecake pudding

1 cup sour cream

1/2 cup water

1/2 cup oil

3 eggs

1/2 cup vanilla or cream cheese frosting


Strawberry Syrup

Chocolate Syrup (optional)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Blend all ingredients on medium speed until combined. The batter is supposed to be super thick, so don’t worry if it seems heavy.

Scoop it into a greased bundt pan, evening it up as best you can (I tap the pan on the counter to get out air bubbles and even up the batter). Bake for one hour or until it starts to pull away from the edges of the pan.

Let cool completely then invert on a cake plate. Put 1/2 cup of  frosting into a microwaveable pitcher or bowl and nuke it for about 12 seconds. For this recipe I ended up using  Cream Cheese Frosting. That was a very good decision

Drizzle frosting over the cake. Then drizzle on strawberry syrup.

You can finish it off with a drizzle of chocolate syrup if you so desire, and of course I desired. Serve with sliced fresh strawberries and enjoy!


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