The name of the chain speaks for itself – the only product on the Nothing Bundt Cakes menu is the Bundt cake. Baked in a special pan, this cake has a distinctive ring shape. The cake can be purchased in a variety of sizes and versions, including 8 inches and 10 inches cakes, as well as small bundtlets and tiered cakes serving 26-30 people.
While Nothing Bundt Cakes prices aren’t low, they are typically a good deal as the cakes are rather big. Moreover, according to the company, they are cooked with “real eggs, butter, and cream cheese”. While there’re only about ten flavors available, all of them seem to be natural, not just chemical-inspired flavors, although it’s hardly possible to check whether they actually are natural.
As of April 2018, the chain included over 245 outlets. It was founded in 1997 by Dena Tripp and Debbie Shwetz.
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