Double Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake I have a tiny obsession with chocolate… I can have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I really don’t mind waking up to a nice cold slice of chocolate cake with my morning cup of coffee either.

I’ve shared quite a few chocolate recipes on the blog over the past year. Some not so chocolate and some packed with chocolate. Inside and out. Yup. This is another one of those ultra packed inside and out chocolate recipes. Who can pass up a chocolate cake? especially when it’s packed with gooey chocolate chips and coated with chocolate ganache?! This double chocolate chip bundt cake is super moist and fluffy and is sure to satisfy even the sweetest sweet teeth. Enjoy! 🙂

* Note: If you don’t have a bundt pan this cake can also be baked in a 13×9 inch pan, bake for 10 minutes less.

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4.70 from 10 votes

Double Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake

By: Layla
Prep12 minutes
Cook35 minutes
Total47 minutes
Servings 6



  • Preheat the oven to 325 degrees. Grease a 6-cup tube pan thoroughly. Set Aside.

  • In a large mixing bowl, mix the flour, sugar, cocoa powder, baking soda, and salt for 60 seconds on low speed with the electric mixer. Next, add the butter, eggs, oil, vanilla, and 2 tablespoons of the water. Beat on low speed just until all of the dry ingredients are moist.
  • Turn the mixer to medium speed and beat for 1 minute. Add 3 tablespoons water and beat for about 20 seconds on medium speed. Scrape the bowl and add the remaining 3 tablespoons water. Beat for 20-30 seconds until the batter is smooth. Then Fold in the chocolate chips. Scrape the batter into the pan and spread it evenly.

  • Bake for 35-40 minutes (be sure not to open the oven during the first 30 minutes) or until a toothpick inserted into a cakey place in the center of the cake comes out clean (except for melted chocolate chips).
  • Set the pan on a rack to cool for 5-10 minutes. Invert the cake onto rack (turn the round cake right side up) to cool completely.

  • To make the ganache, start by placing the chocolate chips in a medium bowl. Bring the cream and salt to a simmer in a medium saucepan. Pour the cream over the chocolate. Wait 60 seconds to soften the chocolate, and then stir until the chocolate is entirely melted and the mixture is smooth. Cool to thicken slightly. Pour glaze over cooled cake and let set at room temperature.
  • recipe adapted from epicurious.
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  1. This was great tasting cake, but there are some things to note before you try it. First all all, use a smaller Bundt pan if you have one because this is a small volume cake. Second, make sure you grease and FLOUR the pan. I didn’t flour mine, and the cake stuck. I don’t know why the recipe included 2 T sugar. I ignored that, and the sweetness was fine.

  2. Loved this recipe! It was really chocolatey and delicious, it didn’t even need the ganache, but it was good either way. I substituted sugar for maple syrup which actually increased the bake time. I will definitely be making this recipe again! Absolutely perfect.

  3. My mixer does not have a low speed, I had a big mess with chocolate powder everywhere. My husband came to my rescue and clean up for me. Next time I’ll just use a spoon.

  4. I loved it! It was very moist, choclately and delicious.

  5. Hi
    Can you tell me the demensions of a six cup tube pan?

  6. Delicious chocolaty chocolate fudge brownie cake. But don’t be tempted to double this recipe! The middle never cooked even after 1h 20 mins but the outside was crispy. When I unmolded the cooled cake I was left with a cooked outer rim and another soft section stuck to the tube. I put the tube back in a hot oven, then cooled and patched it back into the cake. No time to bake another before the teen birthday party. Thank goodness the ganache covered the breaks.
    The birthday cake for 11 was most successful – rave reviews for 13 year old boys and their grandparents.

  7. Is “1”1 cup of flour correct on double chocolate chip bundt cake?

  8. Is the recipe correct? 1 cup of sugar AND 2 Tbls sugar? Can I double the recipe to serve more? This seems to be a “small” cake!

  9. I just made this cake and was a little disappointed. It is very dense and almost more like a brownie.

  10. SHUT UP! This cake is so dark and decadent and wonderfully chocolateyyyy! IN LOVE!