A vanilla cake with white chocolate pudding & white chocolate chips mixed into the batter then swirled with raspberry filling and topped with a cream cheese frosting! This White Chocolate Raspberry Bundt Cake will become a favorite!
RECIPE UPDATE 08/31/22
I’ve made a few tweaks to this cake the last two times I’ve made it and I think it’s even better now. I’ve made those changes in the recipe card (bolded them in case you’re wondering), so if you’ve printed this recipe off before August 31, 2022, then you might want to reprint it. In addition to the ingredient changes, I’ve change the baking temperature and time.
I am in love with this White Chocolate Raspberry Bundt Cake . . .truly, truly in love (as in I could marry it today and be happily married for the rest of my life)! You’re going to love me or hate me for sharing this recipe.
I posted this recipe over four years ago and it’s another one of those recipes that was in desperate need of new pictures and maybe a few new notes based on comments left.
If you’ve ever had a cake from Nothing Bundt Cakes, then you know how amazing they are. I really do love their cakes, but I think they are pricey, especially when I can make my own and have it be just as good.
This cake will truly knock your socks off. I could eat this every day for the rest of my life and die happy.
I took some to my mom and she called me raving about it. A little while later my sister called raving about it and asked me to make her one for her birthday next month. Then a few hours later she called asking if I had any left because she went to have another bite and it was gone. My mom and dad had finished it off (lol). I cut a couple more pieces and put them away for her but she hasn’t come to get them yet so I’m thinking I’m going to have to eat them now . . . .oh darn!
I’m not lying when I tell you this cake is out of this world. Get your fat pats out and/or your running shoes ready because you are going to need one or both of them. Probably both.
It’s simple to make and costs a fraction of what you would pay if you went and bought one.
I’ve made this cake countless times and it’s a smashing hit every single time.
So let’s just get right to it.
TIPS FOR MAKING THIS CAKE:
- Make sure you grease and flour your pan really well. My bundt pan is non stick, but I still grease and flour it really well and I’ve never had a problem with this cake sticking.
- I like to split the batter into thirds and do two layers of raspberry, but you can also just split the batter in half and do one layer of filling. Either way, don’t over swirl the filling into the batter. If you want less raspberry, you can certainly use less than the recipe calls for.
- Everyone’s ovens are different, so make sure you test this with a toothpick or cake tester before you take it out of the oven. It may need more time than listed.
- DON’T use a cake mix that already has pudding in it.
- Depending on how sweet you want the cream cheese frosting, use more or less powdered sugar.
- You don’t have to pipe on the frosting, you can just spread it on with a knife. I have found that when I pipe it on, it does use more frosting so I make sure I use 4 cups of powdered sugar so it makes more frosting.
- This cake gets better every day. I usually make it the day before I need it, wrap it in plastic wrap and put it in the fridge. I frost it the next day and then keep any leftovers in the fridge, covered. I take it out of the fridge about 30 minutes before serving it.
- I like to place the bundt pan on a cookie sheet before putting it in the oven. This adds an extra layer of “protection” so the bottom of the cake doesn’t get too brown (technically it’s the top of the cake I guess, but while it’s baking it’s the bottom).
- You can use a white cake mix instead, but I love to use a french vanilla or vanilla cake mix.
- I buy my raspberry filling at Orson Gygi’s. Some stores sell the Solo brand raspberry pastry filling and it’s also available online. If you can’t find pastry filling, the Duncan Hines/Wilderness raspberry pie filling is another option. It does have whole raspberries in it, but that’s ok. Seedless raspberry jam is another option.
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Originally published on January 6, 2014
Recipe Source: Adapted slightly from Favorite Family Recipes