Red Velvet Cream Cheese Bundt Cake

Red Velvet Cream Cheese Bundt Cake: this moist red velvet bundt cake is swirled with a sweet cream cheese filling and topped with a whipped cream cheese frosting!

A moist red velvet bundt cake is swirled with a sweet cream cheese filling and topped with a whipped cream cheese frosting!

Valentine’s Day is almost here and I have something special for all you red velvet cake fans!

It’s an amazingly moist Red Velvet Bundt Cake that is stuffed with a cream cheese filling and topped with a whipped cream cheese frosting drizzled on top.

With all the bundt cake recipes I have shared over the years, I thought it was about time we had a Red Velvet Cream Cheese Bundt Cake recipe!

So here we are, with one gorgeous bundt. And it’s freaking delicious. 😉

Red Velvet Cream Cheese Bundt Cake: this moist red velvet bundt cake is swirled with a sweet cream cheese filling and topped with a whipped cream cheese frosting!

My mother doesn’t like red velvet cake. If she wasn’t such a good Nana, I would probably disown her.

(Just kidding Mom, please still babysit for me.)

I don’t understand what she doesn’t like about it. It’s one of my favorite cake flavors!

She loves chocolate and cream cheese frosting…and red velvet is just a light chocolate cake with cream cheese frosting.

I think it’s all in her head.

Red Velvet Cream Cheese Bundt Cake sliced to show inside of the cream cheese filling.

Either way, y’all know how I feel about red velvet cake. LOVE is an understatement.

If you are new around here, check out a few of my past red velvet creations like…

Red Velvet Dream CakeRed Velvet Mug CakeRed Velvet White Chocolate Chip CookiesRed Velvet MacaronsRed Velvet TrufflesMarbled Red Velvet Cheesecake Brownies

Yup. It’s pretty obvious how I feel about EVERYTHING Red Velvet!

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For Valentine’s Day I am planning on trying out red velvet pancakes for breakfast.

I think the girls would get a major kick out of red heart shaped pancakes. Bonus: I would get to eat any leftovers. 😉

Hopefully the recipe turns out good and I will be back here sharing it with all of you soon!

Red Velvet Bundt Cake with a fluffy cream cheese frosting drizzled on top.

I decorated the cake for Valentine’s Day, but it would also be an adorable bundt cake or July 4th!

You could tint the icing drizzled on top blue. Then you would have a red cake, blue icing and a white center when you cut into it!

And you could top it with sparklers for extra pizazz like I did these Red, White & Blue Sparkler Cupcakes.

I use red gel food coloring or wilton red icing coloring (found on amazon or at walmart or michaels!).

Head on over to Dixie Crystals for the full recipe I developed for them!

RECIPE: Red Velvet Cream Cheese Bundt Cake

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  1. 21 Best Christmas Cake Recipes To Celebrate Holidays!

    […] Red velvet with cream cheese frosting bundt cake is such an amazing and delicious dessert for any occasion.Get the recipe here. […]

    1. Jessica

      I would recommend finding a different bundt cake since the chocolate is a big part of the flavor of this cake. If you still want to make it, I would use flour in place of the cocoa. But just know it will not taste the same!

    2. RJ

      I would substitute 3 Tbls (flavor of your choice) instant pudding powder for the cocoa. Pudding plays nice in cakes. I’ve added it to cookies, frosting, and other baked goods too, just to create custom flavor combos, with good results. Jello powder is also really fun to play with – not only for flavor, but awesome color effects too!

    1. Jessica

      I haven’t tried it, if you use the liquid kind, it should be fine. But if you use the solid coconut oil, I can’t promise how it will turn out. 

  2. Michele

    The frosting is liquid. More of a glaze. I even added an extra cup of powdered sugar and it’s still liquid. I think it’s way too much cream for that small amount of sugar.

    1. Jessica

      Hi Michele, you beat the frosting for a few minutes, this whips the heavy cream (think whipped cream)  making it into a much thicker frosting. If you do not beat the icing for 2 minutes as the instructions say, yes it will be very liquid-y. 

  3. Fizza asad

    I tried the cake but the cream cheese takes so Long to cook and the rest of the cake dries up or burns any tips ? 

  4. Renzo

    My mother is trying to the cake but the recipe link keeps sending her to other deserts can somebody give me the recipe in the reply section please and thank you

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  6. Sue

    I made this last weekend. Took it out of the oven at 60 min and it was burned. My batter was quite red but I put a lot of gel in it. It looked pretty but was not edible. I need to get my oven checked and calibrated.

  7. Heather Monroe

    I have made this twice. It does not turn out red like a red velvet cake should. It taste wonderful. I used a whole red gel dye still not red velvet???

  8. Nancy

    Put regular sugar in the blender to make it finr….Any sugar will work…..use any manufacturers powdered sugar….this is a recipe endorsed by Dixie sugar so that is why it is recommended..sugar is sugar

  9. DPT

    This past weekend, I made this cake for our dessert after, Sunday dinner. It was also our family game night. I have a red velvet cake recipe, that I’ve been making for over 30 years! My son has a standing order for my red velvet cake recipe, until he tells me otherwise.
    When I served this red velvet cake, I could tell by their faces it wasn’t good. I was the last one to take a bite and it was awful!! I’ll stick to my recipe.

  10. Kristi Rise

    I made the cake. It is moist & delicious. But, the cream cheese filling left a hole in the cake. What did I do wrong?

  11. Jean F. Smith

    This cake was AMAZING!!!!! The cake was quick, easy to make! I thought my frosting was a little runny, when I make again, I will add cream a little a time until it is consistency I like!

  12. Dean Rager

    I couldn’t get the frosting to work at all. 1Tbs of vanilla sure seems like a ton of vanilla for a frosting. Mine looks tan in color because of the vanilla.  2nd, my frosting was almost like water and way too thin. Followed the directions as written. Something seems wrong with the frosting recipe but the cake is good.

  13. Natalie

    I was about to make this today, but it looks like the page was removed before I could start! Can the recipe be found anywhere else?

  14. Amber

    Hi there, I really want to make this tonight but when I click the link it shows a server error. I’ve tried from my computer and phone but neither work. Please help!!!

  15. Joscelyn

    We are making this for Valentines Dinner tonight ❤️ 
    P.S. Finding the recipe was easy Reading the blog post and able to read the word ‘RECIPE:’ follows by a link to the recipe was a piece of cake (pun intended)
    Thanks for sharing such a scrumptious recipe!!! 

  16. Cathryn

    I made the cake for Valentine’s Day. I wasn’t able to get the red color right and the cream cheese filling sunk but it was delicious. I used a glaze instead of frosting to cut the richness. It was perfect for us. 

  17. Felicity

    Can you make it as cupcakes/muffins instead? If so would the baking time or degrees on the oven be altered at all?
    Thanks!

  18. Shawna

    Total novice question but can I make this today so it is ready for tomorrow? Do I store in fridge or covered on counter?

  19. Michael Elmendorf

    This was my first visit to your webpage and recipes…..I prepared your Red Velvet Cream Cheese Bundt cake today, finding your directions to be very straight forward and complete.

    We served the cake today at a local party and received nothing but positive comments….huge success.

    Great Job, Novice Chef….keep the posts coming….

  20. Bobbie machado

    Not understanding the part with inserting the knife and your video doesnt show it….please explain further asap
    Thank you,
    Bobbie

  21. Carol

    I have tried to get the recipe but have failed many times. Followed your instructions and it would send me back after I clicked in the cake to get the recipe! So sad!!!!

  22. Betty Quigley

    I love this recipe and didn’t have a hard time getting the ingredients. My question to you is if I wanted to do this for 4th of July how do I make the blue icing. What cors would I need to combine. Thank you for the amazing recipes…love them

    1. Michael Elmendorf

      Yes I prepared ours Using a Gluten Free All Purpose Flour Blend……

      The results were fantastic….

  23. Pam Reed

    I made this last evening and took it to work today. Everyone loves it! Even the people who don’t like cake. Very moist and not too sweet. A lot of people loved how the filling doesn’t taste like the icing. Definitely going to make this more!❤️

  24. Mariloy Galle'

    This looks amazing. Can’t wait to try it. i don’t know why people have trouble finding the recipe. I was able to go right to it.

    1. HELEN WILLIAMS

      I found it too! Not a issue. Thank you to who ever posted this recipe! Going to make for my Valentine!!

  25. Erica

    Under the 4th pic, it clearly says, Recipe, & just simply click on the link! I did so & it went straight to it! Reading is fundamental people!

  26. Juanita

    For the Recipe: Look under the fourth cake picture where it says “Recipe: Red Velvet Cream Cheesecake Bundt Cake.”

  27. Donna Church

    Have searched several times and mostly find ads…..have never found the recipe for Red Velvet Bundt cake.   

    1. Patricia Crooks

      you have to keep strolling down and you will see where it says “Recipe” and click on it and the recipe comes up.
      But my question is, how do you make the sprinkles that’s over the cake? I didn’t see the recipe for that.

  28. Sonny BEAUREGARD

    Ma’am, I need to watch how much surgar I intake. Can I cut some sugar from cake mix and icine and still come out with a nice cake? The stand mixer is buried somewhere in storage, cN I git er done with my hand mixer, just might take longer right? Thanks for your time and guidance. Sonny

  29. Christina

    This looks amazing but I’ve followed the link twice and it won’t give me the recipe! I’d love to make this for my husband since it combines his two favorite deserts.

    1. M.legendre

      I’m sick and tired of trying to get your recipes,please get off facebook,I can’t get back the time wasted!!!

      1. Erica

        Under the 4th pic where it says “Recipe, Red Velvet Cream Cheese Bundy Cake”, simply click the link & it takes you straight to it! Reading is fundamental!

        1. Erica

          Under the 4th pic where it says “Recipe, Red Velvet Cream Cheese Bundt Cake” simply click the link & it takes you straight to it! Reading is fundamental!

    2. Melinda L Morcom

      If you scroll down just above the word save it will say recipe. Click on that. The recipe will come up. Hit the print button. I was able to print it out by doing this. Good luck.

  30. Ana

    Thanks for sharing the recipe! I used to love coming to your website but lately, it seems inundated with ads and sponsored links. I realize you spend a lot of time on the blog but compared to other cooking sites, this feels more overwhelming. I’m coming here less and less because of it. I hope you scale back and can bring back your lost readers.

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