What is Christmas without a Christmas cake? In this case a Christmas bundt cake? To make sure you do not have to celebrate Christmas without a great one I’m sharing one of my favorite cakes. Which is a Chocolate Christmas Oreo bundt cake. It is rich, moist, full of flavor and (besides the Oreo’s) gluten free. This might just be the perfect cake. Ready to learn how you can make this chocolate Christmas Oreo bundt cake? Lets get started!
We used to have bundt cake in our house all the time. My mother would bake cake and apple pie and pastry and bundt cake. The best part of every bake was when we got to lick the whisk with batter. We would hang around the kitchen just for that one moment to clean the whisks.
The bundt was always the most exciting bake because of the shape and whether or not it would come out of the cake mold in one piece. The secret is to wait at least 15 minutes to let the cake cool off before trying to remove the cake from the mold. Non stick will also help in this process. There would always be raisins in the bundt and they would always end of in one place no matter how hard my mother tried. No raisins in this cake but I might use them in a future recipe.
Getting a new bundt mold brought back a lot of memories. As you may have noticed I like to bake with fruit and what is so great about this cake is it contains apple but it does not tastes like apple cake.
It just adds to the richness of the cake. A trick I learned from my mother when she would add apple to her cakes to prevent it from going dry. She would add whole pieces of apple but I grate the apple so it will melt inside the cake.
As I’m using rice flour this cake is gluten free but if you do not have rice flour you can substitute for spelt flour or all purpose flour. This cake contains:
- cocoa powder
- rice flour
- coconut oil
- coconut sugar
- espresso powder
- baking soda
- apple sauce
- icing sugar
In this recipe I used 6 Oreo’s but adds as many as you want (warning use only if you are gluten tolerant, if you are gluten intolerant leave them out). Leave them a little chunky so you can still see them in the bundt cake. To decorate sprinkle icing sugar on the bundt.
How to make chocolate Christmas Oreo bundt cake
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What is Christmas without Christmas cake? This cake is delicious and gluten free. Ready to learn how you can make this chocolate Christmas Oreo bundt cake?
- 150 ml of coconut oil
- 150 g coconut sugar
- 3 eggs
- 1 tbsp espresso powder
- 150 g of rice flour
- 1 tbsp baking soda
- 4 tbsp milk / 60 ml milk
- 150 gr grated apple
- 100 gram of apple sauce
- 50 grams of cocoa powder
- 4 icing sugar (to decorate)
- 6 oreos (optional only if you are gluten tolerant)
Grate apple and melt the coconut oil
Whisk the eggs before whisking in the milk and the coconut oil in a big bowl
Add the grated apple and apple sauce set aside
Pre heat the oven on 375℉
Put flour, baking soda, espresso powder, cocoa powder and the coconut sugar in another bowl. Whisk through
Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and stir until all the dry ingredients are covered
Put the Oreo's between parchment paper and use a rolling pin to break the Oreo's. Add the Oreo's to the batter (Note only if you are gluten tolerant!!!)
Spray a bundt mold with some cooking spray and flower before adding the batter to the mold
Bake the bundt cake for 35-45 minutes or until a tooth pick comes out clean
If you do not have coconut sugar you can substitute for brown sugar. If you do not have rice flour and are not gluten intolerant you can substitute for spelt or all purpose flour. Warning: As Oreo's contain gluten only add the Oreo's if you are gluten tolerant.