Where, when&who invented the bundt pan?

Answer The Bundt pan was invented in Minneapolis Minnesota, in 1950, by H. David Dahlquist. The pan was his adaption of a ceramic-made kugelhopf cake pan, from Germany, which he made out of aluminum. Dahl... Read More »

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What is a bundt pan?

A bundt pan is a round tube pan used for making cakes. It usually has ridges that are decorative and act as guides for where the cake should be sliced. H. David Dalquist invented the aluminum pan i... Read More »

What can I use instead of a bundt pan?

A standard bundt pan holds about 12 cups of batter. This capacity is equal to that of a 9-inch by 3-inch angel food cake pan, a 10-inch by 2 1/2-inch springform pan, two 9-inch round cake pans or t... Read More »

How to Ice a Bundt Cake?

A bundt cake is a dessert that is baked in a ring-shaped pan. The versatile cakes can be used as birthday or holiday desserts, or as everyday treats. Traditional bundt cakes are yellow and buttery ... Read More »

When do you take a cake out of a Bundt pan?

After cooking a Bundt cake, you should allow it to cool for at least 10 minutes. You should then be able to un-mold the cake using a rubber spatula and invert it onto a plate or a wire rack.Sourc... Read More »