This Funfetti Cheesecake Bundt Cake is a vanilla bundt cake filled with a funfetti Oreo cheesecake filling. It’s topped with a cream cheesecake glaze. You can see it’s nice and dense and loaded with plenty of sprinkles.
You guuuuuuuys! Today, July 19, 2017 is the one year anniversary of my cookbook, No-Bake Treats! I think it’s only fitting that we celebrate with cake. Even those the recipes in my cookbook don’t require baking, it’s perfectly acceptable to celebrate with a baked cake, especially if it’s funfetti cake!!
Funfetti is like the Disneyland of cakes for me. It’s full of joy and color and I’ve yet to come across someone who will tell me any differently. Well, besides my fiancé who wants nothing to do with Funfetti. I’ve chosen to accept him anyway. Insert the rolling eyes emoji here.
There’s a lot of words that I could use to describe this cake but the truth is, it’s just straight up good. It’s one of those cakes where you don’t put the fork down between bites. This is a Funfetti Cheesecake Bundt Cake.
This cake is a vanilla bundt cake filled with a funfetti Oreo cheesecake filling. It’s topped with a cream cheesecake glaze. You can see it’s nice and dense and loaded with plenty of sprinkles.
Part of what makes this cake that amazing is the combination of the ingredients used. Forget the fact that it starts with a cake mix and let’s focus on the pudding. I used Jell-O brand Simply Good vanilla bean instant pudding. It just helps intensify that vanilla flavor because there’s actual vanilla beans in the pudding mix. If you can’t find it, just use a standard instant vanilla pudding will do.
In this cake, you’ll also find some sour cream to help achieve the right consistency. What makes this cake extra special? It’s the Golden Oreo cheesecake filling. You won’t want to share.
The cheesecake layer is simple. It’s just cream cheese, an egg, some cake mix, sprinkles and Golden Oreos. The Golden Oreos are kinda optional but I think they contribute to the texture of the cake. I chose not to garnish this cake with crushed Oreos, but you could certainly do that too!
Finally, you have a basic cheesecake frosting that goes on top of the baked cake. You can see the pattern I used to pipe the frosting is quite simple but it does leave quite a bit of leftover frosting, so feel free to be creative here and definitely pick your best sprinkles for this occasion.
I don’t really need an excuse to make this cake because every occasion calls for Funfetti.
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