We all need a little fun in our lives and these funfetti party cakes are for those times when you need a little fun. They are yummy, pretty and really easy to make so there really is no excuse to not make them.
I’ve lowered the sugar in these and made them easy to mix in one bowl so that the kids can have fun making them too. No mixer needed, just a bowl and spatula or wooden spoon.
I made them as mini bundts because I’m kind of in love with the shape of my mini bundt pan. Make them naked in a silicone or nonstick pan, or make them with cupcake liners, your choice. I like them naked because they look cute.
The sprinkles, when hidden throughout the cakes, give a subtle crunch and a cute smattering of colour. If you really want to, you could also ice them and top with more sprinkles, but I was aiming for lower sugar.
Perfect for your next tea party, afternoon snack or just as nice at a birthday party, these cakes will be a bake sale hero as well! So gather the kids and get baking.
As always, they freeze well and could be made up to two days in advance for a birthday party and kept in an airtight container in the fridge, or frozen for up to three months.
I have to admit, I wasn’t a fan on mini bundts before, they kept getting stuck, but these ones came out very easily from the pan. The swirl design on top makes them look adorable without icing too.