Super easy to make, this is a One Bowl Scratch Cake. That’s right! Just. One. Bowl.
And one bite of this richly dark Chocolate Buttermilk Bundt Cake and you will be in chocolate heaven! This recipe combines the richness of chocolate and buttermilk to create a cake that will provide lasting memories. It could easily be called a Chocolate Buttermilk Pound Cake!
If you have chocolate cake fans in your family, they will be forever sold on this amazing Buttermilk Chocolate Cake! And just look at the hot water frosting!
If you follow my recipe exactly, you will be able to create this amazing cake yourself. You will become the Chocolate Cake Whisperer. Well maybe not, but it sounds cool right? 🙂
You will need: a Bundt Pan, white flour, white sugar, eggs, oil, unsweetened cocoa powder, corn starch, vanilla, baking soda & butter.
Chocolate Cake like you’ve never had before.
BIG Chocolate Flavor. This Chocolate Buttermilk
Bundt Cake is so moist it melts in your mouth.
An easy recipe that bakes up with a delicious crumb, as they say on the Great British Baking Show!
BUTTERMILK CHOCOLATE CAKE BACKSTORY
I just love potlucks. They’re such a wonderful way to get folks together to celebrate an occasion, or just because.
AND I’ve found that it’s a great way to find new recipes from those amazing cooks and bakers out there!
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My neighbour Sue brought this amazing Chocolate Cake to the Canada Day Potluck at the trailer park this past July 1st.
And it was a show stopper! Just look at that Chocolate Glaze. You can Pin It right now to save for later!
I love to whip up a cake from scratch. Everything goes into one bowl and gets whipped up in no time at all.
You all know how I love to tweak recipes just a little. I’d been seeing lots of buttermilk cake recipes recently. So that got me thinking…..
Chocolate Buttermilk Pound Cake?
Instead of sour milk, like the original recipe called for, why not buttermilk? Cakes made with buttermilk have an extra rich flavour, and I remember growing up how much my Dad loved buttermilk!
Desserts made with buttermilk were really popular in our home.
And of course I wanted to created the very BEST buttermilk chocolate pound cake ever!
For this Chocolate Buttermilk Bundt Cake recipe, the addition of a cup of hot water along with the cup of buttermilk and a cup of oil, makes for a very moist cake!
And that of course contributes to one very yummy cake!
TIPS FOR A PERFECT CHOCOLATE BUTTERMILK BUNDT CAKE
- You can make this in a 13 X 9 pan, or use a Bundt (10″ X 4″) pan. Sue made hers in a 13 X 9, so I thought I would try the Bundt.
- Follow all of the instructions carefully
- Make sure you line whatever pan you use and grease it really well (butter or shortening and I usually use aluminum foil to line the pan).
- Once the cake is baked and cools, invert the pan on a platter or plate so that you can peel away the foil and then set it right side up.
- Make the hot water frosting right away so that lovely warm chocolate can cover your deliciously moist chocolate buttermilk bundt cake.
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This Bundt Pan by Wilton is the exact one I use for all my delicious bundt cakes, including this chocolate buttermilk bundt cake! It’s also ‘no stick’ is a generous 10 X 4 size, and washes up beautifully. Wilton Cakes make quality products and I have a number of their baking pans.
IF YOU LIKED THIS RECIPE….
I love simple bundt cake recipes and always think Bundt Cakes are so pretty, don’t you? After all, you want to make a cake that not only tastes great, but looks great too! Here are some of my favourites that you may enjoy too!
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I made this cake on the weekend, and invited some neighbours over for dessert and coffee. Everyone really liked the Bundt pan version and gave it a thumbs up!
Especially my hubby Mark!
Chocolate Buttermilk Bundt Cake Recipe
This is a densely rich chocolate cake. I think it’s just about perfect, but hey that’s me!
The buttermilk, oil and hot water blends with the cocoa to create a Chocolate Buttermilk Bundt Cake the likes of which you have never tasted. Trust me on this.
If you follow the recipe exactly, you will now have the best chocolate cake recipe that you can bring out for family dinners, potlucks and birthdays! It serves 12 people easily, and there won’t be a crumb left I can assure you.
If you love this recipe as much as we do, please give it a 5 star rating. xo
A rich and delicious Chocolate Buttermilk Bundt Cake Recipe with a thick Chocolate Frosting, mixes up in one bowl, and looks beautiful when baked in a Bundt Pan. So easy, yet so very good, this cake has BIG Chocolate flavor.
- 3 cups white flour
- 2 cups white sugar
- 1/2 cup cocoa
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1 tbsp soda
- 2 eggs
- 1 cup sour milk
- 1 cup oil
- 1 cup hot water
- 1 tbsp vanilla
- 1 cup sugar
- 4 tbsp cocoa
- 4 tsp corn starch
- 1 cup hot water
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1 tsp butter
- Preheat Oven to 350F
- First in a large bowl, mix all of the ingredients in order.
- Blend until the batter is smooth.
- Next, pour into a greased bundt pan
- Bake 40 to 50 minutes at 350F
- Remove from oven and let cool.
- In a medium saucepan, mix first four ingredients and cook over medium heat until thickened
- Next, stir in the vanilla and butter
- Beat until creamy and then pour over the cooled cake
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 526 Total Fat: 21g Saturated Fat: 2g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 17g Cholesterol: 33mg Sodium: 125mg Carbohydrates: 79g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 2g Sugar: 50g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 6g
Oh and I found this really cool recipe video for you too! It calls for sour cream, but you can just swap that with buttermilk. Easy Peasy!