Jingle Bell Bundt Cake Is Perfect for a Family Bake-Off

And that's just what happens in OWN's brand-new, feel-good Christmas movie, Baking Christmas.

November 27, 2019

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Almond Olive Oil Bundt Cake

Photo by: Teri Lyn Fisher

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'Tis the season for cozying up with holiday movies about Christmas festivities, pretty baked goods ... and feuding siblings?

That's exactly what happens in the last of OWN's brand-new Christmas movies set to premiere this year, Baking Christmas. It stars Aloma Wright as Patty, the family matriarch and owner of her town's most popular bakery. Patty decides she's ready to retire from the baking biz, but she's not sure which of her children (played by Khalilah Joi, Leigh-Ann Rose and Arnell Powell) should take over the business.

And that's where the bake-off comes in! The siblings go head-to-head to win mom's vote by trying to create the best-ever Christmas treat. Food Network Kitchen's Jingle Bell Bundt Cake makes an appearance at the crux of this brother-sister battle — it has a bit of a "secret ingredient" that keeps it moist (psst — it's olive oil!).

Baking Christmas

Photo by: Lisa Rose

Lisa Rose

We're guessing this family competition ends on a loveable note — Khalilah says it's about "family and coming together," so expect this move to be exactly what you're looking for this holiday season.

Aloma stopped by The Kitchen to make the Jingle Bell Bundt Cake with Sunny Anderson and tell us a little bit more about the movie. Check it out in the clip below, and make the cake for when you tune-in to the Baking Christmas premiere on Friday 11/29 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on OWN!

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