How to Make a Chocolate Bundt Cake




Introduction: How to Make a Chocolate Bundt Cake


This procedure will teach you how to make a Chocolate Bundt Cake. This cake will be a good dessert for any occasion; a birthday, a holiday or any other type of celebration.


-One package of Dark Devils food cake mix

-One 3 3/4oz package of Instant Chocolate Pudding Mix

-One cup of sour cream

-1/2 cup of cooking oil

-1/2 cup of warm water

-4 eggs (beaten)

-1 1/2 cups of chocolate chips

- Chocolate and/or vanilla icing



-Margarine (to grease pan)


-Bundt pan

-Measuring cup

-Large mixing bowl

-Small bowl

-Electric beater

-Serving plate




Step 1: Preheat

Preheat the oven to 350oC.

Step 2: Beat Eggs

Beat the 4 eggs with a fork in your small bowl, until the are all mixed.

Step 3: Mix

Put all of the ingredients together in the big mixing bowl, (including the 4 beaten eggs) except for the chocolate chips, smarties, icing and margarine.

Step 4: Beat Ingredients

Beat together (with stand mixer) the ingredients for 4 minutes on slow speed for the first 30 seconds, and the rest of the time keep the speed at medium.

Step 5: Fold

Now put the chocolate chips into the bowl, and mix them until they are mixed with batter.

Step 6: Spread

Spread the margarine to cover the bundt pan, then sprinkle a small amount of flour overtop, so the batter doesn't stick to the pan when it comes out of the oven.

Step 7: From the Batter to the Pan

Scrape the batter into the pan using the spatula.

Step 8: Bake

Bake on the middle rack at 350oC for 50-60 minutes (or use toothpick to see if it comes out clean).

Step 9: Let Cake Cool

Let the cake cool in pan for 15 minutes. Then turn out onto your serving plate.

Step 10: Make the Icing

Put the icing and smarties into a bowl, and heat them in the microwave for 15 seconds.

Step 11: Spread the Icing

Drizzle the icing back and fourth, (from centre to outside) on the outside of the cake.

Step 12: Conclusion

Now you should have a Chocolate Bundt Cake sitting in front of you and ready to eat. Enjoy!

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    That is one chocolate-y cake! I Like the smarties on top - gives it an extra festive look. I hope you did not let the frosting that dripped onto the counter go to waste :)


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I was thinking the same thing about the frosting on the counter! Somebody surely licked that up. I would have.