Hostess Baby Bundts Are Exactly What You Need in Your Lunch Box Right Now
Bundt cakes, but make them mini.
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‘Tis the season for snacking, and I’m sure not complaining! Between Philadelphia’s Dessert Cups and the newly returned Pumpkin Spice Oreos, there’s no shortage of sweet treats to keep you going between meals.
Hostess is the original snack food company, with treats like spongy Twinkies, chocolate Ding Dongs and even colorful Sno Balls on its roster. But our favorite has to be one of the more recent innovations: Hostess Baby Bundts—aka Bundt cakes in mini form!
Hostess Baby Bundts Are the Cutest Thing Ever
Baby Bundts come in boxes of eight individually-wrapped cakes and are available in three different flavors. First up is Lemon Drizzle, a sunny yellow cake that’s lemon-flavored, topped with a lemon glaze (if you like the sound of this, be sure to check out the Hostess Iced Lemon Cupcakes, too). Then we have Strawberry Cheesecake, made up of a berry-flavored pretty pink cake, topped off with a tangy cheesecake frosting. Sweet!
If for whatever reason you’re not a fan of fruity flavors, the other flavor is Cinnamon Swirl. These cakes are full of cinnamon spice, with a vanilla drizzle. Bundt-shaped cinnamon roll, anyone?
Both flavors seem light enough for breakfast, but also perfect for your lunch box or an afternoon pick-me-up. Just add a mug of coffee or cup of tea and you’ll be good to go!
When Can I Buy Baby Bundts?
You can grab Cinnamon Swirl Baby Bundts and Lemon Drizzle Baby Bundts at Walmart, though they’ve also been spotted at other national grocery chains like Meijer and Target. The Strawberry Cheesecake Baby Bundts have been seen at Meijer—if you don’t have one near you, keep an eye out at your local grocery stores. It’s safe to say we’ll be keeping our pantry stocked with these for, ahem, emergencies.