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Vanilla Pudding Bundt Cake

Vanilla Pudding Bundt Cake is a super moist cake with great flavor. The vanilla pudding mix in this cake makes it amazing!

What’s the difference in a bundt cake and a regular cake?

Bundt cakes are just cakes baked in a bundt pan. There is no standard recipe for a bundt cake. The only difference in a bundt cake and regular cake is the pan it’s baked in.

When should you flip a bundt cake?

A bundt cake should be cooled before flipping. There is a greater chance that it will fall apart if you do not let it cool before removing from the pan.

How do you get a bundt cake to not stick to the pan?

Amanda over at I Am Baker has a great recipe for a Homemade Pan Release. It works like a charm!

Need more bundt cake recipes? We’ve got you covered. With our Chocolate Pudding Bundt Cake, Peppermint Oreo Chocolate Cake, Chocolate Coconut Cream Poke Cake, Chocolate Cheesecake Pudding Bundt Cake, and Cheesecake Pudding Bundt Cake.

Vanilla Pudding Bundt Cake is one of my favorites. It will make people who don’t like to say the word moist to say moist.

Yield: 10 servings

Vanilla Pudding Bundt Cake

Vanilla Pudding Bundt Cake

Vanilla Pudding Bundt Cake is a super moist cake with great flavor. The vanilla pudding mix in this cake makes it amazing!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Additional Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 55 minutes



  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Spray bundt pan with cooking spray.
  3. Add all ingredients to mixing bowl.
  4. With electric mixer, blend ingredients together well.
  5. Pour batter into bundt pan.
  6. Bake for 45 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.
  7. Cool completely.
  8. Place plate over the bundt pan and flip.
  9. Enjoy.

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Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 244Total Fat: 18gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 13gCholesterol: 88mgSodium: 239mgCarbohydrates: 17gFiber: 0gSugar: 15gProtein: 3g

The nutritional information provided here is not guaranteed to be accurate and is provided for informational (and google) purposes only.

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Monday 10th of October 2022

Why use hot water?

Kerry C

Tuesday 11th of October 2022

@Susie, The hot water helps dissolve the pudding mix.


Friday 1st of July 2022

Can I use something other than sour cream?

Jamie H

Thursday 7th of July 2022

We feel like this recipe turns out best when sour cream is used, but it is possible to substitute with plain Greek yogurt.


Thursday 21st of April 2022

What did you sprinkle on top?

Jamie H

Sunday 1st of May 2022

Lisa, it's a dusting of powdered sugar on top, to make it look prettier.


Friday 4th of February 2022

Looks great, Would love to try it. When do you add hot water to the pudding mix or after the eggs have been beaten in? will it scramble the eggs ?

Kerry C

Sunday 6th of February 2022

@karyn, I haven't had an issue with the eggs scrambling. However, if you are concerned, you can blend all the ingredients prior to putting the eggs in. The sour cream will cool the water and the sugar in the cake mix and pudding mix will keep the eggs from scrambling.

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