Thursday, May 7, 2015

Nothing Bundt Cakes

While living in Texas, I discovered a wonderful bakery called Nothing Bundt Cakes.  I cannot begin to describe how wonderful these cakes are.  While the company is a chain, the cakes are always fresh and of course, are "bundt" shaped.

All of the flavors are delicious!  Well, I say they all are delicious.  I've never tasted the Carrot Cake because nothing "carrot" crosses my lips!  I'm making a face right now just thinking about anything carrot-y.  Ewww.  Anyway, their cakes are wonderful.  Here is the link so that you can check them out.  If one is close by, I strongly urge you to order the variety 12 pack of mini-bundt cakes.  I can eat the entire box all by myself.  But because I'm nice, I will usually share one, or two, with the hubby.  :-)

Not too long ago, I found a mini-bundt pan so that I could make my own little bundt-shaped cakes and muffins.    Easy to use and easy to clean up!  I made these Apple Cinnamon muffins this morning.


Cute, huh?  I would like to say that I made these from scratch but I didn't.  I used a Martha White mix.


I figure Martha knows how to do it so much better than I do and that there is nothing I could add to make it better.  But I do add a little something and that is Cinnamon Sugar.


I add it to the mix and then sprinkle some on top for a little added cinnamon-y sweet flavor.  Hot right out of the oven - YUM!


I think I will try a red velvet cake mix next time to see if I can get the Nothing Bundt Cake flavor! 

Happy Thursday!





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  1. Benita I think I gained 5 lbs just looking at the picture. Yum! We have one of those Nothing Bundt Cakes near us and I have trying really hard not to go in there but now I may have too. Have a great Mom's Week End. Pamper yourself and enjoying celebrating a day fit for a queen.
    Kris

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    1. Kris, aren’t they just the most wonderful little cakes??!! I love them and it is so hard for me to stay out of that bakery. Like you, I may be making a stop over the weekend!  I hope you have a fabulous Mother’s Day weekend also! And thank you so much! Hugs!!

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  2. We have one nearby...I have to ignore it or I'll be eating the whole box of minis like you! I'll have a few of your apple muffins, though. :)

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    1. You are welcome to enjoy some with me -- I would have to make a pan for each of us. :-) They were so good. I gave one to the hubby and ate the rest. There were 12...LOL. I don't know how you have the willpower to ignore this shop! I just couldn't do it! :-) Have a wonderful evening!!

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  3. I lived all over TX, but managed to miss out on these!
    Brenda

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    1. Brenda, I’m so sorry you missed them. They are the yummiest little cakes. I wish I knew their recipe! Have a great evening!!

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  4. My favorite cake in the whole wide world is a spice cake. About two years ago, our grocery store stopped carrying Duncan Hines spice cake for awhile. I was dismayed! I found a good recipe online to make one from scratch ( cost the EARTH to compile all the spices, etc. ) and while it was Good, It Was Not The Same as Duncan Hines :) Thank goodness it appeared on the shelves again after a hiatus :)

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    1. Deb, I love a spice cake also! I have a wonderful recipe for Apple Spice Jar Cakes and I love to make those at Christmas. They are easy peasy! I will see if I can track down my recipe to share with you. You will really like them. And it doesn't have to be made in a jar! Baking them in the jars makes for cute Christmas gifts!

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  5. Mmm. We have Nothing Bundt Cakes just a few miles from my house. When I had surgery back in January, a friend dropped them off on my porch. Loved them and will remember to do this for others. Your cake looks wonderful and the size is perfect. :)

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    1. Thank you so much Stacey! Nothing Bundt Cakes is such a wonderful place and their cakes are so delicious! I want everyone to get a taste of them! :-) I was afraid I would have to do without them when we moved from Texas a few months ago, but I have happily found a bakery here in Nashville! Thank you again and have a great weekend!

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  6. Now I know that place is good. I've stopped in there, but was overwhelmed. But there website shows their flavors, so I now I know what to look for. The cakes that you made yourself are adorable! xoox Su

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    1. Thank you so much Su! It is a wonderful place and all of the flavors are delicious (I can't say about their carrot cake). I buy the 12 variety pack so that I can get a small taste of each flavor! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  7. Too pretty to eat! That's my take on your tiny Bundts....but I am sure I could manage to eat one..or two or three! ;) Off to find a mini pan of my own! :)

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    1. Thank you Kim, you are so sweet!! I had no problem eating most of them. :-) I shared one with the hubby! :-) I hope you find a pan. I can't remember where I found that one but am so glad I came across it. I love the size and shape of them. Have a great weekend!!

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  8. You do not eat carrot cake!?! With a huge layer of cream cheese icing!?! I have always wondered if it is only the shape that makes a cake a bundt.

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    1. No, no carrot cake for me and especially no cream cheese icing! The only thing I eat a “cream cheese” based icing on is Red Velvet Cake. And yes ma’am, it is because of the shape of the pan – European in nature, popular in the US in the 50’s and 60’s, then Pillsbury gave it a little publicity boost!

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  9. Yum, they are so adorable. I don't think I could stop at just a couple.

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    1. Jessica, it is pretty darn hard because I have a sweet tooth the size of Alaska! :-) Thanks so much and have a wonderful evening!

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  10. Looks delicious - thanks for linking up! #bloggersbrag

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    1. Thank you and thank you for hosting! Have a great day!

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  11. Found you at Pin Worthy Wednesday - love this idea! Those cakes look delicious!

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    1. Thank you so very much! Have a great day!

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  12. Never heard of Nothing Bundy Cakes and maybe that is a good thing. These look great. Love that pan.
    Thanks for linking up to WUW Linky party.
    Bev @eclecticredbarn

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    1. Bev, if you had one you would definitely love them! They are delicious!! Thank you so much. The pan gets quite a bit of use! Thanks so much for the link party and have a great day!

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  13. Nothing Bundt Cakes is all my boys ever want for their birthdays and after haircuts since it is right next door!;)

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    1. Isn’t it a wonderful place? My husband received one for his birthday a few years and go we’ve been in love with them ever since! Have a great evening!

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