When I think of bundt cake, I can’t help but recall the scene in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, in which the mother-of-the-bride fills that cake’s hole with a potted geranium.

That was probably the last time I’d thought of bundt cake–that is, until Nothing Bundt Cakes delivered a white-chocolate raspberry treat to the office. After a buttery slice–and a barrage of e-mails from coworkers proclaiming it to be the best they’d ever tasted–I put the cake on my permanent list of go-to goodies.

And I did some research. The Nevada-based company, which has a new Lone Tree outpost, has been baking and selling bundts since 1997. Of the nine flavors available (including cinnamon swirl, lemon, and red velvet), the chocolate-chocolate chip is the most popular.

The company also offers “fillers”–celebratory silk flowers and dressy ribbons–for the cakes’ holes. For Easter, check out the festive Nothing Bundt the Best or the Flour Bouquet designs.

Bonus: Adorable single-serving “bundtlets,” are perfect for dessert lovers not looking to purchase the company’s standard 8- or 10-inch cake.

7508 E. Parkway Drive,  Lone Tree, 303-925-1600

Amanda M. Faison
Amanda M. Faison
Freelance writer Amanda M. Faison spent 20 years at 5280 Magazine, 12 of those as Food Editor.