Thereof, can you use any cake mix in a Bundt pan?
Can You Make Boxed Cake Mix in a Bundt Pan? Technically, yes. Your biggest challenge is going to be making sure that you have the right amount of batter to properly fill the Bundt pan.
Similarly, can you use a regular cake mix for a bundt cake?
Dazzle your guests with a kicked-up bundt cake made from boxed cake mix. Bundt cakes make quite an appealing presentation on a dessert or kitchen table due to their simplicity and beautiful shape. Your cake mix may be homemade or from a box. Pound cake batters do especially well when baked in a bundt pan.
How full should you fill a Bundt pan?
Filling the Pan
How much batter should go into a Bundt pan? Broadly speaking, a classic 10-cup pan should contain enough batter to reach the two-thirds mark, but should be no more than three-quarters full.
Because pound cake and Bundt cake batters are so dense and the pans are so large, these cakes do take longer to bake than most—usually around an hour.
The bundt pan allows more of the cake to be in contact with the edges of the pan, and therefore the heat is transferred more evenly. If you put pound cake into a regular round cake pan, it will not cook in the center or it will burn on the edges.
Don’t overfill your mini-Bundt pan.
It’s tempting to top each mini-Bundt cup with batter, but doing so will cause them to overflow when the cake expands. Instead, use the general rule of 1 cup batter per mini cake ― about 2/3 of the way full ― to bake cakes that stay within their cups and are evenly sized.