Duet Bundt Pan

Duet Bundts
The only thing better than one bundt cake is two bundt cakes, mostly because the designs of those lovely round pans put out cakes that are as wonderful to look at as they are to eat. I’m probably not the only baker who has more than one bundt pan in the pantry, and the only problem is choosing which one to use for a given recipe. This problem must have been the inspiration behind the Duet Bundt Pan from NordicWare. This pan is two bundts in one, both with their own design. Each holds about three cups of batter, meaning that the whole pan holds roughly half of a standard bundt pan recipe. This is a great size because the resulting cakes are neither too small nor too large, and they’re the perfect size for giving away as gifts to friends, family and neighbors – or keeping one for yourself and giving the other away when you don’t have enough people to make it through a whole bundt cake! It also lets you play with flavors a bit, adding two different mix-ins to one batch of cake batter for two entirely different cakes.

The pan is made of heavy cast aluminum and has a nonstick interior. I would still lightly grease and flour the pan to ensure all of the edges come out cleanly, but that nonstick surface should give you a great release on those cakes and let you really see the designs clearly.

3 comments

  1. how nifty! i actually do not own a bundt pan, but i need to go get one asap. there are too many great recipes that i have been putting off making due to my lack of a bundt pan.

  2. I love my Bunt tins and this is one I have to have . . . off to Google UK availability – thanks for reviewing this

  3. This sounds wonderful, but I have a question. You say that each makes half a standard bundt pan recipe, but on Amazon, it says that each is 3 cups. I’m hoping you’re right, and they’re wrong. Which is correct? Thanks so much.

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