18 Bundt Pans to Add to Your Collection
For showstopping baking, only a Bundt pan can deliver such gorgeous results. Read on for our top pan picks!
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When you think of Bundt pans, chances are you think of a pan a lot like this one from Nordic Ware ($32). This pan is a great all-purpose Bundt and makes cakes, like this Lemon Lover’s Pound Cake, look gorgeous. If you’re going to grab one Bundt pan, a classic like this one is a great choice.
This Heritage Bundt pan ($30) is a favorite in our Test Kitchen. And can you blame our bakers? It delivers gorgeous results every time like with this blueberry coffee cake, this chocolate Bundt cake and fun margarita cake.
To share the love, serve up a sweet slice with this Heart-Shaped Bundt Pan ($32). The less complicated design equals less mess, fewer crumbs and most importantly, a Bundt cake that remains beautifully intact. That’s amore to us!
Need a pan that’s perfect for springtime baking? This Magnolia Bundt pan ($33) is just the thing for these spring Bundt recipes. Our Test Kitchen loves using this pan with our blueberries-and-cream coffee cake. It makes an easy bake like this look wonderfully festive without a lot of fuss.
We love this cherry and chocolate marble cake. It’s got high ratings and all the things we love inside (including toasted walnuts). Part of what makes it so special, though, is a great pan to show it off. Our Test Kitchen likes to use the Crown pan ($35) to really make this top-notch recipe stand out.
You can bake up all the holiday feels with this Pine Forest Bundt ($26). With a little imagination and a few everyday baking supplies, the simplest cake recipe can be transformed into the stuff of wonder. Bake up a great recipe for the holidays—just be sure to dust with some confectioners’ sugar for the perfect finishing touch.
Steal the show at your next party with a display of mini Bundt cakes! This Bundtlette pan ($27) makes six single-serve cakes, which will disappear in a snap. You might want to make two batches—one for the party and one to keep—’cause you’re gonna want a couple of baby Bundts all to yourself.
Baking a Bundt cake shaped like a castle would be a royal treat. The Castle Bundt Pan ($32) has pretty incredible details, down to the bricks on each turret. Imagine what a fabulous birthday cake this would make for your kiddos.
This pan ($46) is probably one of the more intricate fluted tube pans out there, but also one of the most gorgeous. Inspired by cut crystal, this cake pan is one to use for celebrations. It’s well suited to these lush chocolate cake recipes.
The smell of freshly baked gingerbread is so quintessentially holiday season—we find almost any excuse to make it. With this Gingerbread House Bundt Pan ($32), you can stylishly present and serve that warm and spicy favorite for guests of all ages to enjoy. This gingerbread cake recipe hits all the right notes with a perfect balance of ginger and molasses.