Minnie Mouse Halloween Bundt Cake

Mini bundt cakes might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Disney World, but you can find some seriously good ones in the parks! And, since Halloween is one of my absolute favorite times to visit Disney, I figured I’d combine the two together. The result? This delicious (and adorable!) Minnie Mouse Halloween Bundt Cake recipe!

This post was published in August 2022. It was republished in September 2023 with updated pictures and content!

Halloween mouse ear dessert with bow

I’m all about a tasty Disney treat (just check out my Honey Bee ‘Winnie The Pooh’ Cupcakes for more proof!), but they’re rarely gluten-free.

So, I set out to create a Halloween bundt cake that everyone can enjoy, and — I’ve got to admit — I totally nailed it. Your friends won’t even know that they’re eating something that wasn’t made with gluten!

These Minnie Mouse bundt cakes are made with an almond flour muffin mix, sweet cream butter, cute fondant decor, and colorful frosting.

So, get ready to spend some time in the kitchen creating these Halloween beauties!

minnie mouse bundt cake for halloween

This recipe is perfect for those who are:

  • Gluten-free
  • Wheat-free
  • Fish-free
  • Shellfish-free
  • Peanut-free
  • Soy-free

Note: I do offer tips on how to make this dairy-free, tree-nut, and egg-free below.

plain bundt cake in the center of bags of icing, sprinkles and fondant decorations

✨ Baking tips

  • Use some of the powdered sugar to prevent the fondant from sticking to the cutting board and bow mold. It will make cutting out the Minnie ears and bows much easier!
  • Prep the Minnie Mouse fondant bows the night before you plan to bake the bundt cakes. They need to sit out overnight to set and create the perfect Halloween bundt cake topper.
  • Be careful not to overfill the mini bundt pan! You only want to fill them about 3/4ths of the way full.
  • Completely cool the mini bundt cakes before removing them from the pan and frosting. This will ensure that your decorations don’t slide right off!
chocolate bundt cake with green, orange and black decor

How to decorate your Minnie Mouse Halloween bundt cake

Once you’ve made your mini bundt cakes following the baking instructions and let them cool, it’s time to start frosting and giving them their Halloween Minnie Mouse look!

First, follow all the instructions to make the neon green frosting and chocolate frosting.

Tip: You want the consistency of the neon green frosting to be like lava so that it pours over the mini bundt cake to create those spider-like stripes.

Carefully pipe the neon green frosting onto the bundt cake and add some sprinkles. You’ll want to pause here to let the frosting harden a little and then add a dollop of chocolate frosting in the center.

The last step is to add your Minnie Ears and bow to complete your Halloween Bundt Cake!


Here are the most common questions I get any time I share this Minnie Mouse Halloween Bundt Cake recipe. If you have any more questions, drop them for me in the comments below or DM me on Instagram!

How do I make this Halloween bundt cake recipe dairy-free?

You’ll just need to substitute a few ingredients when making the mini bundt cake and frosting. Look for vegan butter to replace the sweet cream butter and choose a plant-based milk for the bundt cake batter.

Also, double-check that the pre-made vanilla frosting you purchase is also dairy-free!

Can I use a different kind of cake mix?

Absolutely! I chose the Simple Mills Almond Flour Baking Mix Chocolate Muffin & Cake Mix to make this gluten-free, but you can use any chocolate muffin and cake mix of your choosing. Just note that the flavor may change slightly based on what brand you use.

What can I substitute for the eggs?

In most cake recipes, you can replace eggs with 1/4 cup applesauce. So for this one, you’d use 3/4 cups of applesauce in the bundt cake batter.

chocolate mini bundt for halloween

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chocolate mini bundt for halloween

Minnie Mouse Halloween Bundt Cake

  • Author: Vee
  • Total Time: 45 minutes
  • Yield: 12 mini bundt cakes 1x
  • Diet: Gluten Free


Mini bundt cakes might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Disney World, but you can find some seriously good ones in the parks! And, since Halloween is one of my absolute favorite times to visit Disney, I figured I’d combine the two together. The result? These delicious (and adorable!) Minnie Mouse Halloween Bundt Cakes! 


Units Scale

Minnie Ears And Fondant Bow

Chocolate Bundt Cake

Chocolate Frosting

Neon Green Frosting


Make Minnie Ears And Fondant Bow:

  • Lightly dust a cutting board with powdered sugar.
  • Using your hands, knead the orange fondant until it is soft and easy to mold.
  • Take the paint brush and dip it into powdered sugar.
  • Place the Wilton silicone mat onto the cutting board and, using the paintbrush, lightly dust the small bow mold. (This helps keep the fondant from sticking to the mold.)
  • Pinch off about 1 ½ tsp of orange fondant and push it into the bow mold.
  • Allow it to set for 5 mins before carefully removing from the mold.
  • Place onto the cutting board and continue making 11 more bows.
  • Allow to bow to sit overnight.
  • Dust the cutting board again with a little bit of powdered sugar.
  • Knead the black fondant until it is soft and easy to roll out.
  • Once you roll the fondant out to ¼ in thickness and using the circle fondant cutter, cut out 24 circles and place them aside to sit out overnight.

Make Chocolate Bundt Cake:

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees and spray the mini bundt pan with pam baking spray.
  • Using a medium bowl and hand mixer, beat the cake mix, eggs, milk and butter until combined and smooth.
  • Spoon some of the batter into the piping bag and cut the tip off.
  • Fill the cavities in the bundt pan about ¾ way full.
  • Bake in the oven for about 15-20 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.
  • Allow to cool before removing them and baking 6 more mini bundt pans.
  • Once all 12 bundt cakes have been made, place them onto a wire rack over a cookie sheet or old papers.

Make Chocolate Frosting:

  • Using a standing mixer, beat the butter, powdered sugar, cocoa powder, vanilla extract, and heavy whipping cream.
  • Beat on medium speed until combined, smooth, and holds a peak.
  • Scoop the chocolate frosting into the piping bag with star tip and set aside.

Make Neon Green Frosting:

  • Remove the lid and film from the frosting container and place into the microwave, and heat for 15-20 seconds to soften the frosting.
  • Once the frosting is lava like, mix in a few drops of the neon green gel food coloring.
  • Pour the frosting into the disposable piping bag and cut the tip off.

Decorate Minnie Bundt Cakes:

  • Pipe drips of the green frosting around the top of the cake so that the frosting flows down the sides of the cake.
  • Sprinkle some of the green cake sprinkles onto the cake.
  • Allow the green frosting to harden slightly.
  • Pipe a dollop of chocolate frosting in the center of the bundt cake.
  • Place the orange bow in the center of the chocolate frosting and place two black circles on the sides of the cupcakes for ‘ears’.


  • Prep Time: 25
  • Cook Time: 20
  • Category: Desserts

Keywords: halloween bundt cake, mini bundt cakes, minnie mouse bundt cake

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