Gugelhupf (or Kugelhopf) is one of the most popular Austrian desserts, and a classic for afternoon teas and Sunday breakfasts, at home or in Vienna's Coffee Houses.
Originally the Gugelhupf was a cake of the poor. During the 19th century, Habsburg Emperor Francis Joseph himself made the cake socially acceptable among the Austrian bourgeoisie. He liked the cake so much that he ordered it for his daily breakfast. Soon, bourgeois Viennese households adopted it as their favourite cake for afternoon tea, and the Gugelhupf entered the Empire’s crownlands in Eastern Europe.
The first American bundt cake recipes originate from the early 20th century in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Instead of the classic ceramic or enamel cake forms, they are made using aluminium forms, which were patented in 1950.
- Non stick coating
- Made of aluminum tin.
- Round shape.
- Measures approx. 10.5cm in height x 27cm diameter
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