Mar 27, 2024 - News

🎂 One bundt cake taste test to go

A close-up photo of a bundt cake in a plastic container

The classic is a classic for a reason. Photo: Gregory "Taste Tester" Castillo/Axios

Our Axios Texas social media guru put his sweet tooth to the test trying all of the flavors at Addison-based Nothing Bundt Cakes.

Why it matters: How else would we know which bundlets to take to Easter brunch without his service?

How it works: Greg Castillo ordered the "Bundlet Bundle" — 12 mini-cakes for $58.

  • This included all of the bakery's regular flavors — classic vanilla, gluten-free chocolate chip, confetti, snickerdoodle, strawberries and cream, carrot cake, lemon, chocolate chocolate chip, white chocolate raspberry and red velvet.
  • Plus, the bundle featured the spring flavor: Oreo.

What he found: Classic vanilla was the best. Despite being, well, vanilla, the cake was moist with well-balanced flavor.

  • Some of the bundlets, like the Oreo, lacked some of the crunch we expect from cookies and cream.

Go deeper: Check out Greg's full review on the Axios Texas Instagram.

The bottom line: We're still trying to wake Greg from his sugar coma.

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