About this recipe: Bundt cakes are American cakes named after the Bundt tins in which they are baked. The original Bundt cake tin was produced by a small company in the States, where they are still made today. If you have a Bundt tin and want a chocolate cake - this is your recipe!
You can use two 20cm or 23cm round cake tins instead of the Bundt tin; adjust baking time as necessary.
This was my first bundt cake and as I didn't have any margarine I used all butter - the cake was delicious. Only problem was it didn't last long enough! - 24 Feb 2012
Slight problem in that my bundt tin was only 23cm and as a result the mixture flowed over the edge when cooking. Quick placement of tray underneath and we had warm chocolate biscuits while we waited for the main cake to cool. Moist, chocolatey, light and very very moreish. Waist line expanded!!! - 13 May 2012
Chocolatey, moist, easy and not terribly expensive. What more can you ask for? Instead of 250ml water I tried 150 mls chocolate Baileys and 100ml water. Wow! Also when preparing bundt tin I dusted with cocoa powder. - 29 Apr 2012