converting bundt recipe into round cake pan

by Sarah
(Lafayette, Indiana)

It seems every recipe for marble cake I find calls for a bundt pan. I'm making a birthday cake, and would like to make it a traditional 2-layer round cake. How would I go about converting a recipe to achieve this? I really appreciate it!
thanks!

From the editor:

Hi Sarah,

That's easy. Most Bundt pans are a 10 cup capacity. The equivalent round cake would be a 9" or 10". Just pour the batter into two pans to bake and bake for 25-35 minutes. The baking time will vary depending on your oven, but checking after 25 minutes will allow you to judge for yourself how the baking is progressing.

There's a great marble cake recipe right here at Easy Cake Ideas, that you could use.

Regards,
Michelle (editor)

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