With their tube-shaped centers and rounded, ridged bodies, there's no question that Bundt pans make some pretty beautiful cakes. But that's not all they can do. This classic piece of bakeware is far from a one-trick pony. Here are five more ways to put your Bundt pan to work (and they don't involve cake).
1. Filled Phyllo Bundt
Beyond cakes and loafs, the bundt pan is the magical tool that let's you reimagine a classic phyllo tart or pie. And the result is downright impressive! Rather than a flat or layered tart, flaky phyllo lines the pan and wraps around the filling that gets stuffed inside.
Get a recipe: Chard and Feta Phyllo Bundt
2. Bundt Breakfast Sandwich for a Crowd
Looking for something a little different than the standard breakfast casserole? Break out your Bundt pan. With the help of frozen bread dough, this fun breakfast sandwich comes together with just five ingredients!
Get a recipe: Egg, Sausage, and Cheese Bundt Breakfast Sandwich
3. Bundt Meatloaf
Whoever said meatloaf had to be baked in a loaf pan? Break free from tradition and make dinner more fun with the help of your Bundt pan. Not only will it wow taste-wise, but it also has good looks on its side.
Get a recipe: Classic Bundt Meatloaf
4. Bundt Pasta Bake
Move over, baked ziti and lasagna! Not only does this bundt pan pasta for a crowd look totally impressive, but it's also super easy to slice and serve.
Get a recipe: Bundt Spinach-Spaghetti Pie
5. Punch Bowl Ice Ring
Ready to impress this holiday season? Forget the cake — your Bundt pan is the key to making the prettiest ice ring for a holiday punch. Fill it with fresh fruit like cranberries, sliced pineapple, or sliced citrus, or even whole spices like cinnamon sticks and star anise for a pop of color and a hint of flavor. Large ice rings can stand the test of time in a punch bowl, and won't melt nearly as quickly as regular cubes.