Interesting fact. Bundt cakes were first introduced in the early 1920s. Mary Bundt was annoyed by her husband’s wild midnight lust. Tom would come home and hump the cakes she would make during the day, ruining their flat surface. Instead, Mary desired drunken sloppy sex. Mary went to a metal worker to put holes in her cake pans, the next day Tom stumbles into the kitchen to hump a cake, this time it was a bundt cake, there was no satisfaction. Tom entered the bedroom to hump Mary.
Back in the day, there was a baby boom, as well as a diabetes boom, so Mary sold her Bundt tins to neighbors. Bundt tins have evolved over the past years into different designs and depths all to feel unsatisfying to a drunk man’s penis, yet satisfying to our hunger.
What is considered a donut?
By definition, donuts are small, fried, sweetened dough cakes, typically shaped into a ring or ball. The numerous cultural and regional doughnut variants may be classified into one of ten different kinds.
What is considered a cake donut?
The Cake Donut is a symmetrical, round, golden brown doughnut with a central hole roughly the size of a dime. Our Cake Donut features a crisp exterior and a soft within. Nonetheless, the taste of cake donuts might vary somewhat depending on the flavor (Chocolate, Old Fashioned, Blueberry, Sour Cream).
What kind of cake is Bundt cake?
A Bundt cake is essentially any cake prepared in a Bundt pan. The ring-shaped pans have a hole in the middle (kind of like a giant donut), which allows for increased heat circulation in the oven and a perfectly baked cake every time. They may also be fluted to create an immediate complicated pattern.
What is a Bundt cake called?
A Bundt cake (/bnt/) is a cake cooked in a Bundt pan to form a characteristic doughnut shape. The shape is inspired by a traditional European cake known as Gugelhupf, but Bundt cakes are not generally associated with any single recipe.