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November 21st, 2013 18 Comments

Best Banana Bundt Cake

Classic Banana Bundt Cake
Classic Banana Bundt Cake pictures (3 of 3)

For most Americans, fall/winter means baking, a lot of baking, especially with the upcoming holidays season. Turkey Day is a week away and I am sure by now, you have already planned out your menu. If you haven’t, you can check out the roasted turkey recipe with parchment paper and the popovers recipe on my site. When it comes to Thanksgiving, there is always the usual suspect of pumpkin pie as the dessert, but bundt cake makes a beautiful, and utterly sweet finale to your Thanksgiving dinner.

Classic Banana Bundt Cake

What I love about this classic banana bundt cake by Dorie Greenspan is that you can make ahead and it tastes better the next day, plus there is no need to make a crust. This banana bundt cake recipe is pretty straight forward but yields incredibly moist, absolutely mouthwatering and aromatic banana bread/cake. What’s more, the bundt pan perks up the presentation and a little powdered sugar dust immediately transforms the banana bundt cake into a seasonal and festive centerpiece. Just take a look at the pictures, don’t you just love it?

I am so thankful to my contributor CP Choong for her wonderful creation. In the next few weeks, I will be sharing more of her amazing baking recipes with you. Enjoy, and I hope you will add this Banana Bundt Cake to your Thanksgiving menu next week!

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  1. Daisy says:

    This looks amazing. Can I substitute guava pulp for bananas, and should I also substitute the sour cream/yogurt with something else? Thanks. I have pulp in the fridge, would like to make guava cake.

  2. Liz says:

    Thank you, Bee, for the lovely recipe.

  3. Jayne says:

    I’m always in awe of how pretty bundt cakes look but I have get to get myself a single bundt cake pan!! About time too seeing as I have 4 bananas dying on me.

  4. ray says:

    looks delish, will try to make this for next week! thanks

  5. karensong says:

    i do not have Bundt pan. can iuse normal pan loaf?

  6. Yap Yatt Moy, Melinda says:

    Hi Bee Yin,
    I am a pretty new subsciber to your site and have been receiving your wonderful recipes but am facing difficulties printing out the recipes; though I keyed in the password provided; as I might have forgotten the name I used when I registered. Please advise. Thank you

  7. I love banana cake but I have never had a bundt!!
    This looks so special, and I can imagine the delicious aroma’s in your kitchen :)

  8. Jessie says:

    Tried out this recipe last night. Turned out so well that the cake was half gone in 10 minutes.

  9. parbatie says:

    hi, i made this yesterday….followed the recipe to the letter & the cake was delicious…..tks, looking forward to trying more..

  10. Kathleen Richardson says:

    Just made this and it’s truly wonderful. Didn’t have a bundt pan so used an angel food pan. Subbed vanilla Greek yogurt for plain yogurt. Then added 1/2 cup each of semi-sweet chocolate chips and chopped walnuts. Your basic recipe is a keeper. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Loretta says:

    This is the best banana cake recipe I have ever tried so will never use one of my old ones, or search for a better one. So many guests exclaimed over it! Thank you very much.

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