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Oil bundt cake: a quick recipe like from grandma

The oil bundt cake simply belongs on the festive table or just as an afternoon snack on Sunday with coffee. Everyone loves it and it doesn't matter if you are seven or seventy. Prepare a recipe for a moist oil bundt cake.

But if you’re craving a little innovation for a great bundt cake, and still want to save yourself some work, try a cup oil bundt cake without measuring out the ingredients. You only need one cup.

Oil bundt cake recipe
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Replace the scale with a regular cup

Anyone who doesn’t like to bake just because they don’t like measuring out ingredients should give this recipe a try. You don’t have to take the scale out of the kitchen counter when baking a classic oil bundt cake. One cup is all you need to measure out the ingredients, and you’ll still bake an absolute delicacy that will have everyone licking their lips. You won’t even get too many dishes dirty, so cleaning up the kitchen will be a breeze and you’ll just look forward to seeing the result when it comes out of the oven.

If you’ve decided to bake a tasty bundt cake but find you don’t have eggs at home, try an eggless bundt cake using egg substitutes. Nowadays, there are already many tips for replacing eggs in baking, you just have to be inventive.

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Oil bundt cake: a quick recipe like from grandma

Difficulty: Beginner Prep time 15 min Cook time 40 min Total time 55 mins

Description

Prepare this great recipe for cup oil bundt cake for 8 people.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Prepare a large bowl into which you put the semi-coarse flour, baking powder, vanillin sugar, caster sugar, oil, milk and egg yolks.
  2. Work everything into a smooth dough. You can use a whisk.
  3. Then carefully add the snow whipped from the egg whites.
  4. Transfer half of the batter to another bowl and add the cocoa to it.
  5. Prepare a bundt tin, grease it with lard and dust with coarse flour.
  6. Pour the cocoa-free batter into the tin first, then put the second batter on top.
  7. Place in a preheated oven at 160 ˚C and bake for about 40 minutes.

    The best way to tell when you have finished the best oil bundt cake is that when you prick it with a skewer, there is no residue of unbaked dough left on the surface.

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