Mini Old Fashioned Eggnog Bundt Cakes

Today I am bringing you another recipe that utilizes the simplicity of a cake mix with eggnog as one of the ingredients. These mini cakes are really festive and flavorful.

I love eggnog and I really love trying to come up with new recipes that use eggnog. By far my favorite is my Holiday Eggnog Quick Bread, I have been making it for so long.

I saw this recipe for Old Fashioned Eggnog Bundt Cake on the back of the eggnog carton and it really sounded so good plus I am always up for new recipes.

I have actually made this recipe twice. Once in my new mini bundt cake pans pictured above, and in a regular large size bundt pan.

Both ways it turned out really good, but I prefer to use the mini bundt pans. I felt like the cake did not bake as high in the large bundt pan.

I used the Sam's Club Old Fashioned Eggnog. For me the best part of this cake is all that eggnog glaze that is drizzled over the top.

If you want something quick or you just have some eggnog that needs to be used up this would be the perfect recipe. This cake is so moist and delicious. 

This recipe is a new addition to my Christmas Recipe Collection.

These are the ingredients you will need:
one yellow or golden butter recipe cake mix, eggnog, regular milk (not pictured), butter, 2 eggs, rum extract, vanilla extract (for glaze not pictured), nutmeg and powdered sugar.

In a large bowl, add the cake mix, eggnog, milk, eggs, rum extract, nutmeg and melted butter.

Mix together on low speed for 30 seconds. Then beat on medium speed for 2 minutes until batter is smooth.

spray your pan with baking spray. (I use the Crisco baking spray with flour) You can use regular baking spray but you will need to dust with some flour after.

Por the batter into the mini bundt pans.

Bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes for one large bundt cake. Or 20-25 for mini bundt pans. Everyones oven is different so just check on the cakes frequently, when the cake springs back and a toothpick inserted comes out clean its done.

While cake is baking prepare the glaze and set aside.

Cool cakes in the pan for 5 minutes before removing. Then remove and cool completely on a baking rack.

Drizzle on eggnog glaze and cool completely until the glaze is set and dry.

Mini Old Fashioned Eggnog Bundt Cakes

1 - 18 oz yellow or butter cake mix
4 - tablespoons butter, melted
1 1/2 -cups eggnog
2 - large eggs
1/4 - 1/2 cup milk
1 - tsp rum extract
1/8 - tsp ground nutmeg

Glaze Ingredients:

2 - cups powdered sugar
2 - tablespoons melted butter
3 - tablespoons eggnog
1 - tsp vanilla
dash of nutmeg

In a large bowl, add the cake mix, eggnog, milk, eggs, rum extract, nutmeg and melted butter. Mix together on low speed for 30 seconds.

Beat on medium speed for 2 minutes or until smooth. Pour batter into a greased and floured bundt pan, mini loaf or mini bundt pans or just a regular large loaf pan.

Bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes (large bundt pan) or 20-25 for mini bundt pans.

Brush on half of the eggnog glaze . Cool for 5 minutes before removing form the bundt pan. Then remove cakes from pan and cool completely on a baking rack.

Mix together the glaze ingredients and drizzle on each of the bundt cakes.

Let glaze completely dry and the glaze is set.


Nonnas News said…
another great holiday recipe!! I just love your blog! I have added it to my followers list!
Joan said…
Tina, I love that pan. Where did you get it? Those little cakes look like they could be three-biters for me!! Cute little gifts!
Susan said…
Hi Tina- I just love your blog and that recipe for the eggnog cake is one I have to try. Thanks for stopping by my blog- you are so right- I must learn all the recipes so I can carry them day soon I will have grandchildren that will need to have all these treasures handed down.
Tina Butler said…
Hi Joan, I loved that pan the first time i saw it. It was at sams club it came with a cake storage and the pan for $22 each bundt cake is about 6 x6 I love how they are all together in one pan. Dh brought it home for me as a early Xmas present. I had to try it out the same day. Ü
Live.Love.Eat said…
These look so awesome and delicious!!! I love the heart shaped pan.

As for the chili sauce, Publix carries it here in the ethnic section.
Tina Butler said…
Thank you so much Steph for the reply. The Heart one is my dd's favorite as well. I thought $22 for the cake pan and cake storage was a awesome deal.
Maria said…
I love the mini cakes. We just got a pan. Will have to try them!
Oooooo eggnog! These must be really good. Pretty cool pan and what a great gift this would make too.
Stephanie said…
Cute pan! I love those little bundt cakes. I also love eggnog, and this cake recipe just looks so delicious!
Anonymous said…
These look so good and so cute! I haven't had eggnog yet this season, I need to get on it! We're having a party food recipe contest and would love to have you enter. I've linked to the contest through my name. Deadline to submit recipes is tomorrow at 4 PM!
Liliana said…
I am all for mini bundt cakes and your eggnog cakes look delicious!

You have a great blog! Thanks for stopping by.
Reeni said…
Those look so delicious! I love your mini bundt pan, so cute!
Tiffany said…
Those look really good. I like the little bundt cakes. I'll have to dig my pans out. I think we'll be snowed/iced in tomorrow. i may have to do some baking.
Becky said…
Lately I have been getting a lot of my recipe's from a recipe book, called "Cooking with All Things Trader Joe's," by Deana Gunn and Wona Miniati- great recipes, however your bundt cake looks awesome- I can't wait to try it! Thanks for posting it!
Anonymous said…
Wow, great recipe! Looks so adorable and delicious!

Thanks for sharing!
Southern Plate said…
Mama just bought that exact same pan!!! I am gonna have to swipe it from her now!!
GREAT recipe, Tina!!!
Christy at SP
shweetpotato said…
ohhh how CUTE those have to be the cutest little cakes ever, I MUST find a pan like that lol, LOVE your blog, talk soon, Carm
RecipeGirl said…
Yay for more eggnog recipes, and yay for doctored cake mix recipes!

I absolutely love that cake pan. How fun!
Hi Tina. Delicious recipe. I've never made eggnog cake so I will be trying this one. Thanks my friend. Have a wonderful Christmas with your honey and those beautiful kiddos of yours. Big hugs from me to you. :)
siteseer said…
those look yummy!!
Laura said…
Yummy Tina! Love that it starts with a cake mix. Dang. Now I've got to try out another sweets recipe!
Goldilocks said…
I made this this morning - so good! Thanks for the great recipe!
Becky said…
I made this on Saturday. We loved it. Thanks for sharing.
Lew of Silicon Valley said…
Made as mini bundts (12 to a pan). Recipe yielded 24. Substituted 3 tablespoons of rum for the rum extract and reduced the amount of milk to 1/4 cup. The cakes are very tender and light coming right out of the oven. Simply heaven! A new addition to my holiday favorites.