Red Velvet Zebra Bundt Cake

Red Velvet Zebra Bundt Cake | Baking a Moment

This Gorgeous Red Velvet Zebra Mini Bundt Cake is perfectly sized for Two!  Cozy up with your Sweetie and Share this Moist Buttermilk Cake with a Hint of Cocoa this Valentine’s Day.  And don’t forget the Warm Chocolate Sauce!

If you are looking for an absolute stunner of a dessert to whip up for tomorrow’s holiday, I totally have you covered.

This cake is as delicious as it is beautiful.  It’s moist and buttery tasting, yet light as air.  It’s made in a small (3-cup) bundt pan, so it’s the perfect size for sharing with your sweetie.  It’s got a buttermilk tang and a hint of cocoa, and the greek yogurt glaze on top is perfection.  The warm chocolate sauce is completely outrageous!

You’re sure to get rave reviews for this gorgeous Red Velvet Zebra Bundt!

Head over to KitchenAid’s blog, The Kitchenthusiast, to download the recipe and read my Top Tips for a Romantic Dinner at Home!

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  1. says

    I love love the post on Kitchen aid and all the advice!! Will be taking some pointers from you. As for this cake, I personally can vouch for how amazing it is!! Was so delicious and moist. A stunner!! Thanks for sharing it with me and Mr J :)

    • says

      Thank you so much, Connie! It was the perfect size for my hubby and I. And the flavor was fabulous and so light and moist! I’m so happy you liked it too! Thanks for the sweet comment and I hope you’re having a fabulous weekend!

  2. says

    This cake is stunning Allie! I love the gorgeous color and zebra swirls – perfect for Valentine’s Day! Great post for having a romantic dinner at home – we are staying in tonight as well and I will be sure to follow your tips :) Hope you feel better and have a amazing Valentine’s Day and weekend :)

    • says

      It really was good, Consuelo! Has that ever happened to you, where you bake something up and then when you taste it it totally surprises you? That’s what this cake was. The flavor was amazing and it was so light and moist. Hope you’re having a great weekend, dear!

  3. says

    Hi Allie! I hope you had a wonderful Valentine’s Day!!

    This cake is so perfect in so many ways. I wish I had a slice of it right now…and it looks so pretty! I just checked out your post and I must say your photography blows me away!!


    • says

      Aw, thank you so much Tammy! That is so nice to hear (and encouraging, since it’s something I work so hard at and I’m often my own worst critic! :/) I’m so happy you like the cake and thank you so much for taking the time to check out the post and then click back over to comment here. It really means so much to me! xoxo

    • says

      I would make (and eat!) this cake any day of the year! You’re so right, it is SO good. I was never a big red velvet lover until I made this. When my son and I tasted it, we both looked at each other with wide eyes! We could not believe the flavor. It’s a winner for sure!!! I hope you enjoy it, if you do give it a try. And thanks for the sweet compliment 😉

    • says

      Thank you, Amy! The swirls were so fun to make but what I really loved about this cake was the TASTE! Thanks so much for the sweet comment; hope you are surviving what’s left of this dreary winter! Just a few more weeks, woot!

    • says

      Aw, thank you so much for clicking over, Samina! I loved the zebra effect too and it really lended itself well to the red velvet. I’m so happy you liked the pics too! Thanks for the awesome feedback 😀

  4. rafidah ahmad says

    hi allie..

    i just love ur recipe and your choc and vanilla cupcakes recipes are a keeper! can u share your red velvet cupcakes recipe if you dont mind?

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