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Snowflake Chocolate Bundtlettes

Snowflake Chocolate Bundtlettes are just a little more special than a cupcake and small enough that each person can enjoy one all to themselves.

Small cake bundtlettes frosted with chocolate ganache and topped with a sugar snowflake.We recently got together with several of our good friends for a great evening. Everyone brings something to eat so when I received the invitation, I immediately started to think about what I would contribute. That’s when Snowflake Chocolate Bundtlettes entered my mind.

Not long ago, I just fell in love with this little Bundtlette pan. I knew that these little individual cakes would be perfect for our get together. Something just a bit more special than a cupcake, and small enough that each person could enjoy a serving to themselves.[Tweet “Snowflake Chocolate Bundtlettes are perfect for holiday parties! #holiday #cake”]

I recently tried a chocolate cake that is dotted with mini chocolate chips that was delicious so wanted to try the recipe in my bundtlette pan. These little cakes were going to get a dark bittersweet chocolate glaze that would cling to the sides of each little cake. The coup de grace would be a festive snowflake. Just like all snowflakes, no two are alike. Chocolate with a side of chocolate.

A white plate holding small cake bundtlettes frosted with chocolate ganache and topped with a sugar snowflake.A couple of days before the party, I prepared my little snowflakes. The snowflake pattern was printed from the internet. Some of these will not be perfect, and others end up breaking, so you will want to make plenty of them to choose from.

A white plate holding a small cake bundtlette frosted with chocolate ganache and topped with a sugar snowflake. The bundtlettes were baked the day before our party. They are best if allowed to sit covered in the refrigerator overnight and then I glazed them the day of the party.

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Snowflake Chocolate Bundtlettes

Author: Hostess At Heart
Snowflake Chocolate Bundtlettes are just a little more special than a cupcake and small enough that each person can enjoy a serving all to themselves.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword: Chocolate Bundtlettes
Servings: 27


  • Snowflakes
  • Vanilla candy melts
  • Sanding sugar or decoration of your choice.


  • 1 pkg chocolate cake mix - devils food German chocolate or whatever you prefer

  • 1 pkg

    instant chocolate pudding

  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 4 large eggs room temperature
  • 1/2 cup water

  • 1/2 cup oil
  • 1-1/2 cup mini chocolate chips

Dark Chocolate Ganache

  • 16 ounces bittersweet chocolate finely chopped

  • 2 cups heavy cream



  • Place a piece of wax paper over snowflake template. Melt vanilla candy melts in a piping bag placed in a microwave proof cup. Microwave for 30 second intervals at half power. Squish bag to blend between cooking intervals. Repeat until completely melted. Snip a small opening at the end of the bag. Pipe candy melts following the snowflake pattern. Sprinkle with sanding sugar or decoration of your choice.


  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F, and spray bundtlette pan with cooking spray.
  • Mix all of the ingredients together, except for the chocolate chips, until blended. Add chocolate chips, and mix until combined. Fill each cavity 3/4 full. Don't overfill.
  • Bake for 30 to 35 minutes turning half way through baking for bundtlettes.
  • Let cool in pan for 10 minutes and then remove cake from the pan. Allow the pan to cool between batches. If using a full sized bundt pan, bake for 45-50 minutes.


  • In a one quart container, heat cream to just a simmer in the microwave (3 to 4 minutes on high). Be careful not to allow it to boil over.
  • Put chocolate in a food processor and pour in cream. Allow to sit for 2 minutes and then pulse several times until smooth. Spoon Ganache over cake.


  • Trim the bottom of each cake if it will not sit flat. Spoon glaze over each cake. Top with snowflake.


Cake recipe adapted from Favorite Family Recipes
Ganache recipe adapted from Alton Brown of Food Network.


Serving: 23gCalories: 306kcalCarbohydrates: 24gProtein: 3gFat: 23gSaturated Fat: 10gCholesterol: 54mgSodium: 159mgPotassium: 182mgFiber: 2gSugar: 15gVitamin A: 363IUVitamin C: 1mgCalcium: 63mgIron: 2mg

Nutritional Disclaimer

This recipe was calculated using the exact brands and measurements I used to make this recipe. If you are following a strict diet please note changing anything will cause the nutritional info to change. My calculations are intended as a guide only.

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Oh my! What a pretty dessert. It would be a great with for my Sunday dinner.

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Wednesday 7th of January 2015

I saw these over Christmas, but ran out of time to comment. They are so cute! I am definitely saving this recipe for next Christmas. Thanks for sharing such a wonderfully special dessert!

Julie is HostessAtHeart

Wednesday 7th of January 2015

They were a lot of fun. I took them to a holiday party and they got way more credit than they deserved. I was glad everyone enjoyed them.

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