Reading time: 6 min 13.12.2021


Even though it’s one of the simplest cakes, with a little imagination you can transform a bundt cake into a delicious and fairytale holiday treat! Take a look at a few recipes we’ve picked out for you.

Fragrant bundt cake with apples and walnuts

Apples, cinnamon and walnuts have always been associated with winter, holidays and a warm atmosphere in the home. Here’s a quick and easy way to use the ingredients that you certainly always have at home and turn them into a wonderful cake.


2 cups flour

3 eggs

1 cup sugar


1 bag baking powder

3 tablespoons cinnamon

100 g walnuts (half ground, half chopped)

3 large apples


Beat the eggs and sugar with a mixer, then add oil and cinnamon. Add flour to the mixture, in which you previously poured a bag of baking powder. Peel and grate the apples and add them to the mixtures along with the walnuts. Mix everything well. Pour into a greased baking tray or bundt mold and bake in the oven at 160°C. After that, you can sprinkle it with powdered sugar or chopped caramelized walnuts.


Stracciatella bundt cake

Straćatela kuglof

This recipe is ideal for all those who don’t like experimenting too much and prefer sticking to good, traditional recipes.



4 eggs

pinch of salt

130 g sugar

1 bag vanilla sugar

150 ml oil

250 ml yogurt

250 g flour

1 bag baking powder

150 g chopped dark chocolate


150 g dark chocolate

1 tablespoon of oil


Beat the eggs, salt, sugar and vanilla sugar with a mixer until a light yellow foamy mass is formed. Then add the oil and stir further. Add the flour and yogurt to the eggs alternately, and mix lightly with a whisk. Finally, add chopped chocolate. Pour the dough into a bundt mold and bake it at 180°C, for about 45 minutes. After baking, leave the cake to cool a bit and take it out of the mold. Then melt the chocolate, stir in a tablespoon of oil and pour over the cake in several strokes until it is completely covered in chocolate. Keep the cake in the refrigerator so that it stays juicy.

Christmas bundt cake with dried fruit and white chocolate

Božićni kuglof sa suhim voćem i bijelom čokoladom

Dried fruits are also associated with juicy holiday treats, so they should be used in the preparation of a bundt cake. It also goes great with a white chocolate topping!


120 g butter

100 g white chocolate

120 g powdered sugar

130 g flour

5 egg yolks

300 g dried fruit

1 baking powder

Lemon zest, half


Before you start preparing the cake mixture, turn on the stove top to the lowest temperature and put the white chocolate in the pan to gradually melt. Whisk the soft butter in with the sugar and add the egg yolks one by one. When you get a soft and homogeneous mixture, add sifted flour, baking powder, grated lemon zest and finally mix with the dried fruit and melted white chocolate. Put the cake in a well-heated oven and immediately reduce the temperature to about 150°C.

Marble bundt cake

Mramorni vijenac

As you prepare your cake according to this recipe, your kitchen will be filled with wonderful smells, reminding you of the cakes our grandmothers used to make.


4 eggs

300 g flour

1 bag baking powder

300 g brown sugar

2 bags vanilla sugar

120 g margarine or butter

a cup of raisins

10 tablespoons milk

3 tablespoons oil

2 tablespoons cocoa

2 tablespoons rum


Separately  whisk the egg whites, as well as the margarine with the egg yolk sugar. Gradually add milk and oil to the egg yolk mixture, stirring constantly. Finally, lightly mix the flour and baking powder, then add previously prepared egg whites to this mixture. Separate 1/3 of the mixture and lightly mix in cocoa and rum with raisins. In a greased and floured mold, repeatedly place a layer of yellow, then a row of brown filling. Bake the cake at 180°C for about 45 minutes. You can add some grated dark chocolate on the freshly baked cake, which will slowly melt. Additionally, pour some hot chocolate milk over it.

Aromatic red wine bundt cake

Aromatičan kuglof sa crnim vinom

Nothing is nicer than the smell of a baking bundt cake spreading through the house. If you didn’t already have the opportunity to prepare this, the holidays are the ideal time to try something new.


3 eggs

250 g room temperature butter

250 g sugar

3 bags vanilla bourbon sugar

300 ml red wine

200 g flour

1 bag baking powder

30 g cocoa powder

½ teaspoon cinnamon

½ teaspoon salt


Mix all dry ingredients in a bowl – flour, soda, cocoa, cinnamon and salt. Whisk the butter with the sugar and vanilla aroma, then add the eggs one by one. Mix well after each addition. Stirring the mixture at the lowest speed, alternately add dry ingredients and red wine. Pour the mixture into a greased and floured bundt mold and bake in the oven for 40 minutes at 180°C. Note: for the first 20 minutes, bake the cake covered with aluminum foil. Once cooled, you can decorate with melted dark chocolate.



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