Nothing Bundt Cakes are made fresh easy day with the best ingredients to make for a delicious, deluxe dessert experience. The cakes retail in single serving sizes (aka Bundtlets), as well as larger cakes designed to cater to birthday and anniversary parties. Large custom orders are also accommodated. Nothing Bundt Cakes’s flavors include Red Velvet, Carrot, Lemon, Chocolate Chocolate Chip, White White Chocolate, Cinnamon Swirl, White Chocolate Raspberry, Pecan Praline, Marble, and a special flavor of the month.
Full Franchise Information
Nothing Bundt Cakes prides itself for being a franchise that maintains a “mom and pop shop feel” and having a unique market share with few competitors. Quality and customer service are prioritized to give patrons so much more than just yummy cakes. The company has been featured in Food and Wine magazine, as well as the Food Network. Potential franchise owners need not have previous restaurant business/baking experience.
Nothing Bundt Cakes Franchise Opportunities - History
In 1997, Friends Dena Tripp and Debra Shwetz cofounded Nothing Bundt Cakes out of Las Vegas. What started as an operation out of the women’s kitchens meant to cater to their friends and family soon expanded to a full-fledged business. Nine years later, the business partners franchised their company, which has spread to several states.
Nothing Bundt Cakes Franchise Cost /Initial Investment/ Nothing Bundt Cakes Franchise Income
The cost of a Nothing Bundt Cakes franchise ranges from $326,003 - $422,293. Owners must have a $600,000 net worth with $100,000 of that in liquid capital. The initial franchise is $25,000, with a grand opening allocation of $5,000.
Nothing Bundt Cakes Business Opportunities: Other Information
Nothing Bundt Cake collects a 5% royalty and an additional 3% for advertising (2% national, 1% local).
Nothing Bundt Cakes has taken on a market much wider than cakes. In addition to desserts, Nothing Bundt Cakes has a clothing line with t-shirts that have slogans like “Cute As A Bundt’on” and “Baby’s Got Bundt”