Wednesday, November 20, 2013

One-bowl Mocha Bundt Cake #internationalbundtday

One-bowl Mocha Bundt Cake
There was a time when I used to hoard cake pans.In whatever shapes and sizes it fancied me during that time.Later on I realized,whenever I was up to baking something,I turned to the same set of pans.The 'bundt pan' is definitely one of them.I've always wanted a bundt pan and during the times it wasn't available here,I bookmarked a bunch of recipes for those times when I owned a bundt for myself.

I got my bundt pans through a giveaway and haven't looked back since.Though I rarely use the bigger pan(12 cup bundt),the smaller one(6 cup)gets used at least once in a fortnight.I love the pan for the beautiful shape it lends to the cake without much effort from us,excluding the greasing and flouring of the pan.
One-bowl Mocha Bundt Cake
Few times,I've had disasters where the cake stuck to the pan or refused to come out despite greasing.Over a period of time,I've learnt a few tips and tricks which ensure the cake comes out of the pan in one single piece each and every single time. 
  • Grease and flour your pan well.Use a pastry brush or a tissue and cover every nook and cranny of your pan with melted butter or shortening.Add flour to the pan and tap well so that every part is coated with flour.Discard the excess flour and make sure no chunks of flour remain.
  • After baking,place the pan on a wire rack and let the cake cool in the tin for 30-40 minutes.Use a knife to loosen the edges and center of the pan.
  • Invert the cake pan onto a wire rack and let the cake cool further before slicing.
One-bowl Mocha Bundt Cake November 15th is National(International)Bundt Day and I've posted my bundts for the event in the last few years.Mary,the Food Librarian is the one who's been hosting the event.If ever you feel stuck for bundt recipes,hers is the blog to check out,with over 100+ bundt cake recipes.

I didn't want to miss posting a bundt for the event,so decided on trying this simple one-bowl mocha cake.I'm always on the look out for simple(and small!)cakes for pairing with coffee and tea and this one is perfect for that.Though it tastes great on its own,I drizzled the top with some ganache and chocolate chips.
One-bowl Mocha Bundt Cake
One-bowl Mocha Bundt Cake

Ingredients

Brown Sugar - 1 cup
Butter - 60 gms,at room temperature
Egg - 1
Milk - 1/3 cup
All purpose flour - 1 cup
Baking powder - 1 tsp
Salt - 1/4 tsp
Instant coffee powder - 1 tsp
Cocoa powder - 1 tbsp
Cinnamon powder - 1/4 tsp

Method

One-bowl Mocha Bundt Cake 
Preheat oven to 170C.Grease and flour a 6 cup bundt tin.
One-bowl Mocha Bundt Cake 
In a mixing bowl add all the ingredients and beat well for 3-4 minutes 
One-bowl Mocha Bundt Cake 
or until the batter is smooth and no chunks of sugar and flour remain.
One-bowl Mocha Bundt Cake 
Pour into the prepared tin and bake for 30-35 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the cake comes out clean.
Let the cake cool in the tin,on a wire rack for 30 minutes.Loosen the edges and center and invert the cake on to the wire rack and let it cool further.
Drizzle some chocolate ganache or chocolate syrup on top,slice and serve.
One-bowl Mocha Bundt Cake

Recipe source - Australian Family Circle-Favourite Cake Recipes

16 comments :

  1. look stunning and tempting to prepare. ! i will surely try my hands.

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  2. i've two metal bundt pans that i regularly use and love them - first of all for the shape and secondly the convenience of cutting and serving them!!! the mocha bundt looks absolutely mouthwatering...

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  3. Wow, it has come out so perfect, love the clicks....

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  4. Looks stunning! I got a bundt pan last year but still havent gotten around to baking it in. This looks like just the right recipe to inaugurate my bundt tin :)

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  5. Divya, I also made a version of your blueberry cookies with dried strawberries. The post is up on my blog and I have put in a link to your recipe :) Do check it out! http://theweekendepicurean.blogspot.in/2013/11/just-little-cuckooerr-cookie.html

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  6. Bookmarked this recipe. Will make an eggless version with an egg replacer. Dont have brown sugar. I think even organic unrefined cane sugar should work. Any suggestions?

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    1. Would love to see your eggless version Dassana.Yes I think cane sugar should work fine.I used brown sugar from FabIndia.

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  7. looks so gorgeous and tempting..

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  8. Whether i can use any thing else in the place of egg?

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  9. Hi Divya,

    Recently I came to know about your site. Really very simple and delicious recipes. I have one question. Whether i can use any thing else in the place of egg?

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  10. Hi divya so tempting recipe, where did u brought these bundt pans searching alot to buy bundt pan but I am not finding anywhere can u pls tell me ...

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  11. Hi divya ,very delicious recipe , where did u brought these bundt pans...?searching alot to buy but couldn't found can u pls tell where u bought these pans....

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  12. such glorious food...looks superb...very moist and tender bundt cake ;-)

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Divya.

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