Key Lime Bundt Cake

key lime bundt cake

*This is not a sponsored post, I just happened to like using Pillsbury products for this cake*

This Key Lime Bundt Cake is to die for! It’s moist, tart and sweet. Seriously, I could eat the whole thing in one sitting.

I love that it’s made with a boxed cake mix, because we all know that my baking skills are a work in progress. The best part is that it doesn’t taste like a boxed cake, at all. The key is to add things to the cake mix to make it super delicious.

I cheated even more with this recipe. For the lime juice, I used bottle lime juice. If you want to get enough limes for 1 cup of juice then do it. I had the lime juice and wanted to try it. It was perfect, you can’t even tell I used bottled juice vs fresh limes.

I also used canned frosting as a glaze. I used Pillsbury’s Creamy Supreme Key Lime Frosting and microwaved the frosting till it was soft enough to pour over the cake like a glaze. A great way to make a tasty glaze without all the work. Not to mention the frosting gave it another level of key lime flavoring.

Since this cake is so easy to put together this would be great for any St. Patrick’s Day festivities you may be going to. It will be the star of the party.




Key Lime Bundt Cake
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Serves: 12
  • 1 pkg white cake mix
  • 1 pkg vanilla instant pudding mix
  • 3½ tbsp lime gelatin
  • 5 eggs
  • ½ cup vegetable oil
  • 1 tbsp lime zest
  • 1 cup lime juice
  • powdered sugar, frosting or homemade glaze
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Spray a 9 cup bundt pan with cooking spray. I used Pillsbury cooking spray with flour.
  3. In a large bowl, add the cake mix, pudding mix and lime gelatin.
  4. Add the eggs, vegetable oil, lime zest and lime juice to the dry ingredients.
  5. Mix on low for 1 minute.
  6. Then turn your mixer up to medium and mix for about 2 minutes more. You want it to be thick and well mixed.
  7. Pour batter into the bundt pan. Be sure to tap the bottom and sides to make sure the batter is even in the pan.
  8. Bake for 45 minutes or until toothpick inserted near the middle is clean.
  9. Cool for 10 minutes and then invert the cake onto a serving plate.
  10. Let the cake finish cooling then decorate with either powdered sugar, frosting or a homemade glaze.


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  1. Lime is one of my favorite flavors- this looks tasty!

  2. Stopping by from Weekend Re=Treat Party. I will be making this one! Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow

  3. What a yummy and great idea! Pinned!!! 🙂

    – Brooke –

  4. I love this cake recipe definitely pinning and putting on my to do list have a great day

  5. G’day! Love Bundt cake! YUM!
    View as party of this week’s Foodie Friends Friends St Patrick’s Day GREEN Recipes Party!
    Cheers! Joanne

  6. I love a good cake!! Thanks for sharing at The Weekend Retreat, Hope to see you back next week!

  7. Love key lime flavor! This Bundt looks beautiful!

  8. Looks so moist! Love to have a slice! Coming from Weekend re-Treat Link Party ! Come-by and visit my blog!

  9. What size of pudding – small box (3oz?) or large box (6oz.?) ? I will be making this for a party next week – it looks yummy. Thanks!

  10. Sooooooooooooo excited to try this!! Thanks for sharing, Julie!

  11. What a fun cake for St. Patrick’s Day! I love Key Lime Pie when I’m in Florida. Thanks for linking up to Tips and Tricks. I hope to see you again this week.


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