Peach and Honey Mini Bundt Cakes

It’s been raining here for over a week non-stop. It doesn’t bother me, OH NO, but it does set me into a autumn/winter mood. I had to be careful not to bake any Christmas treats in the last couple of days. So I forced myself for something summer calls for. And I’ve found these lovely Peach and Honey Bundt Cakes on Fräulein Cupcake‘s Blog. I have altered them ever so slightly and I think they taste delicious.


Peach and Honey Mini Bundt Cakes

  • Servings: 15
  • Difficulty: easy
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35g melted butter
15g caster sugar
18g honey
1/2 tsp vanilla sugar
1 tbsp rum
1 egg
30g all-purpose four
10g grounded almonds
60g peaches

1. Mix the first five ingredients together in a bowl.
2. Add the egg and mix well.
3. Purée 25g of the peach and cut the other 25g into tiny pieces.
4. Add the flour and almonds, mix well.
6. Now add the purée and the the small pieces of peach and mix again.
7. Fill the tin with the mixture.

Bake for 12 minutes in the preheated oven at 210°.


The original recipe was a bit too nutty for my taste, so I replace some nuts with flour and added more Peach. It really is wonderfully satisfying coming home from a long day at word and mushing up a Peach. 🙂 I can only recommend it!


I shall bring these little treats to Fiesta Friday which Angie is hosting. Thanks again Angie. You are such a wonderful host.


38 thoughts on “Peach and Honey Mini Bundt Cakes

  1. Pingback: Fiesta Friday #24 | The Novice Gardener

  2. Aren’t these so lovely?? I am getting three, okay? 😀 I need to have this silicone mini bundt pans – they create such beautiful mini cakes. 🙂 Thanks for bringing these cuties to FF table. Happy FF#23 to you! ❤


  3. I’m not a big fan of a nutty taste either, but I love peaches. These look delectable, especially with the sugar on top. Have Fiesta Friday, and have a wonderful weekend!!


  4. Oh my goodness these are so pretty and adoooorable! I love this summery dessert idea! I agree with Jhuls; need to get myself one of these pans right away. Do you think all of the ground nuts could be replaced with flour?


  5. How lovely and makes me feel nostalgic for Munchen and Hamburg. Will now make a detour to the cook shop for some mini bundt trays. And I also feel a yearning for Stollen even though it is not Christmas!

    Good Recipe



  6. Hi there – I am one of the co-hosts for Fiesta Friday this week – and you are so, so welcome, bringing these adorable and delicious mini cakes! Love this recipe – thank you so much for sharing the with us and a very Happy Fiesta Friday to you.


  7. I hope you get some summery weather soon – but on the bright side it is always easier to bake when not too hot. Your mini bundts look really delicious for any time of the year. Thanks for sharing them with us at Fiesta Friday.


  8. Oh, they’re so pretty… and I know as delicious as they are beautiful. Anything with peach is wonderful! I love it when it rains and forces me to stay inside too! There is something so comforting about it pouring rain outside, with something simmering on the stove, or baking in the oven. Awesome post. ❤


  9. oh my goodness! these little cuties are so pretty and I can only imagine so delicious! I love peaches and here I love what you tried to create using peaches, almonds and honey. How lovely – I always like to make my desserts a little healthful and this one is just perfect! – it is tiny and has loads of healthy stuff! Thanks so much for bringing these to the Fiesta Friday party! 🙂


  10. Haha I LOVE your humouristic touch in your posts! 😀
    These Bundt Cakes look absolutely great! The photographs are mouthwatering and oh so beautiful! Wow! Love the flavour combination 🙂
    Happy Fiesta Friday, Martina!


  11. Thanks everybody for your lovely comments. I’ve just came back home after attending a Film Festival this weekend, so I was off the grid for a few days. Wonderful to come back to such lovely comments! I appreciate it and yes – do try it yourselves 🙂


  12. The mini-bundt cakes look delicious! I have peaches in the fridge which I fear if not used soon will go bad. With company at home, this would be a great way to make use of the peaches!
    Thanks for sharing.


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