Beehive Bundt

beehivecake Bakeware manufacturers are getting more and more creative with their pan designs, which means that we have many more options for cake design – even if our cake-decorating skills are a bit rudimentary. The trend at the moment is to design cakes that are baked in two pieces and are then “glued” together with an edible frosting or syrup, resulting in a beautiful, shaped cake with next-to-no work at all.

This Beehive Bundt cake is one of the newest I’ve seen and, for a spring and summer cake design, it is just adorable. Several of the bees are baked onto the cake, but Williams-Sonoma sells candy bees that can be added as decorative accents.

The only thing to keep in mind with cakes like these is that it is important to grease the pan well to ensure a clean release.

8 comments

  1. Gosh. That’s clearly the prettiest thing that has ever existed in the universe ever.

  2. That is so cute! I want one! No idea where I would put it since I have so many kitchen supplies but I still want it, lol.

  3. This is adorable! I saw this pan in William Sonoma and if I had the extra cash, I would totally buy it! And the decoration of it is so cute! Did you buy this?

  4. I once thought that I could keep up with all the designer pans that manufacturers were churning out, but after having purchased 10+ pans, including the bundtlettes, I’ve surrendered! Now I just admire from afar, but I know that one day a pan is going to come out that I’m just going to have to ask a relative from the States to ship to me here in the Philippines!

  5. isn’t that just the prettiest thing ever!!
    I recently bought myself a new bundtform…which was pretty expensive, so I’ll just admire this one on your site. I wonder what shapes they will come up with in the future.
    (Wow Lori, you must have a big cupboard to store all those pans!!! aren’t they just great…I think you can never have enough)

  6. Okay–how does one cut this cake?

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