Made with finely chopped fresh apples, this Apple Bundt Cake Recipe is sure to please everyone. Includes a delicious glaze and makes enough to feed a crowd!
Old fashioned, tried and true recipes are sometimes the best. They don’t call for odd ingredients and are usually simple to make. Back in the day, there were no kitchen gadgets to make the job of baking easier. This meant that homemakers needed straight-forward and hearty recipes to feed their hungry families. That’s exactly what this apple bundt cake recipe is. It’s one of the best cakes I have ever tasted and was so easy to make. The ingredients are all basic pantry items with the exception of the apples. I used Honeycrisp apples but definitely use the apple of your choice.
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Apple Bundt Cake Recipe Tips
I didn’t peel my apples before chopping. I diced the apples into very small chunks so the apple peel wasn’t noticeable at all. The batter was a bit stiff, but poured nicely and filled the bundt pan perfectly. I use the Nordic Ware Anniversary Bundt Pan and it’s the best. Cakes bake evenly and it’s super easy to clean. Most of my baking pans have been gifts from my family, but I splurged and bought this bundt cake pan for myself. If you decide to treat yourself, you won’t be sorry!
About the glaze…you can definitely skip this step if you are pressed for time and simply dust the apple bundt cake with powdered sugar. The glaze is, however, amazing. It really sticks to the bundt cake and adds one more layer of texture and sweet goodness.
This is the perfect cake to take to any gathering or potluck because it feeds at least ten people, possibly more if you cut the slices a bit thinner. Or you can make it just for your family because it stays fresh for three to four days in an airtight container. After the first day or so, store the container in the refrigerator.
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