Hello there friends! Sunshine and Summer are just about here for most of us. We love anything pineapple and make a killer pineapple upside-down cake. Today, I decided to cut some corners and try one in the mini pan: Pineapple Infused Mini Bundt Cake.

After the long winter, it’s time to get out of hibernation mode and start becoming a little more active. Whether it is getting out for lunch, or brunch and social gatherings. I have the perfect pineapple-infused mini Bundt cake in the pressure.

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Today was a beautiful day here and I decided to hop on over to the Dollar Tree. Right about now is when they start loading the shelves with their seasonal decor. I love picking up a few things to scatter about the house for the season. You can find a cute little basket of any sorts to make a cake and gift it, in a lovely way to someone.

Pineapple Infused Mini Bundt Cake Made In the Pressure Cooker

Aside from picking up a few odds and ends for the house, I also picked up a cake mix, a can of pineapple rings, a basket, and some pretty floral paper plates. I wanted to make a special cake for my husband’s co-workers.

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They are wonderful people and he enjoys working with them so much. It is nice to show a little gratitude and kindness. What better way than CAKE? 🙂 They all loved it. It looks a bit fancier too doesn’t it? I added a little tissue paper to the basket, tied it with ribbon, and set the cake on a plate into the basket. For a few bucks, you have a beautiful presentation. No doubt everyone would enjoy receiving. You can also find my DIY for Christmas Dollar Tree Cake stand. 

The ideas and creativity are endless when at the Dollar Tree. I get so inspired but I typically am a cake snob and only like Duncan Hines. Though, I have to say adding the pineapple juice to this Dollar Pillsbury cake was really good! It made the cake so moist and delicious.

Pineapple Infused Mini Bundt Cake Made In the Pressure Cooker

Just Add Food Coloring for More Fun!

I added a little bit of food coloring to my inner batter. This was inspired by one of my subscribers named Diane who made a beautiful rainbow cake. She separated her batter and added the color, and then poured in the pan layer by layer.

I just squirted a few droplets in, and swirled around, then added more batter on top and did the same.

Pineapple Infused Mini Bundt Cake Made In the Pressure Cooker

Pineapple Infused Mini Bundt Cake Made In the Pressure Cooker

This is the bottom of the cake. I had to show it because I recall a while back one of my subscribers thought her cake was totally messed up. She wrote me and asked, “what did I do wrong”? The answer was simple, you didn’t flip it over! As you can see it baked quite high, so I skimmed off the excess (and ate it) to make it flat on the bottom.

Pineapple Infused Mini Bundt Cake Made In the Pressure Cooker
Pineapple Infused Mini Bundt Cake Made In the Pressure Cooker

After your cake has cooled, and you have flipped over to the pretty side, you have an absolutely beautiful and delicious cake. Now onto the simple recipe! You will also find the link down below for the 3 cup mini flower bundt pan.

Mini bundt cake pan for Ninja Foodi and Instant Pot

Pineapple infused mini Bundt cake

Ingredients
  

  • 1 15.25 oz. Yellow cake mix One mix makes two mini cakes in the 3 cup pan
  • 1 cup Pineapple juice
  • 1 Pineapple ring
  • 1/2 cup vegetable oil
  • 1 cup water for the pressure cooker
  • Food coloring of color choice
  • Non-stick butter spray (Pam or Crisco)
  • 1 tbsp Brown sugar
  • 2 eggs

Instructions
 

  • First lightly spray the bottom and sides of your mini pan with non-stick butter spray. Lightly sprinkle on the bottom brown sugar. Add one pineapple ring around the center bundt pan pillar, (just slip it right over the pillar)
  • Mix your cake accordingly, with eggs, oil and  in lieu of water, add the pineapple juice. Add one layer of batter to the pan and drip in food coloring, then do a light swirl around. Repeat by adding more batter, more food coloring, and swirling around batter until you get to the top of your pan.
  • If you have a trivet with handles then skip the next step. I made a tin foil sleeve by simply folding the foil top, bottom, top, bottom to make a sling. Set trivet in pot, add one cup of water. Add sling under your pan and lower into the pot. Set on HIGH Pressure Manual for 20 minutes. Quick release carefully and remove cake gently from pot. Set to cool for at least 10 minutes before inverting on plate. Add a little powdered sugar, or cool whip, and coconut all optional on top. ENJOY!

If you would like to see all the other amazing little creations I have made using my 3 cup flower pan, hop on over HERE and check them out. I always say size doesn’t matter! 🙂

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