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Rainbow Cake How To Great idea for a tie dye themed event!
Colorful cakes! Food coloring with white cake mix, pour into different containers. Super easy but impactful!
How to Make a Sunny Day Rainbow Cake: Pinner Laurie Aulls said, "I made a white cake and followed the instructions on the box. Divided the batter into 6 bowls and added food coloring. Layered it and baked it as directed. Can be made into cupcakes, a bunt pan, or two 8 inch rounds. So easy and so pretty as a final product. Made for my daughter's 7th birthday cake- she loved it!" I found the original link for this, click on pic to see it!
rainbow cake (made with sprite) i make this tye dye cake!
Rainbow cake Sunny Day Rainbow Cake 2 boxes white cake mix 24 oz of clear diet soda (2 cans, ginger ale and sprite work well) gel food colouring 16 oz whipped topping 2 oz instant fat-free sugar-free pudding mix (2 smallish boxes) The Dieting Mix the cake mix with the soda according to regular instructions on box. It will be lumpy afterward. Again, you can use any white cake recipe you want, this is just how I do it. The Rainbowing Measure the total volume (by my estimate, 64 oz), then divide by 6 and measure into separate bowls. There are 8 oz in a cup, so 64/6 = 10 to 11 oz, or 1 cup + 2 tbsp. Stir colour into each bowl with its own spoon. For the first colour into the pan, measure out 2/3 to 3/4 of your mix (in this case about 1 c) as close to the middle as you can. Drop in your first three colours, then work on the other pan with the last three colours. So if you’re doing rainbow order, the first pan should have red, then orange, then yellow, and now the purple, blue and green go into the second pan. As a recap, this is so both layers are roughly the same size. Bake the cake for however long the box tells you to bake it. Check it when the box says to, but usually it’ll need an extra 5 or 10 minutes or maybe more because of the density of the soda method. Just keep baking, checking back every 5 minutes or so until a toothpick to the center comes out clean. Let cool completely before moving to a wire rack. The Frostinging Meanwhile, make your frosting. Just mix the pudding mix in with the whipped topping for a few minutes. Dye if you’re into that. Frost your fat-free cake with your fat-free whipped frosting. Eat. Edit 1 (one week later) No children were harmed in the making nor consumption of this cake. People seemed to miss the point that I am a 25-year-old woman on a diet with no kids. Since kids don’t really need fat-free anything, there’s no need to use the soda recipe if you don’t like the idea, and if you don’t like dye, don’t make this for dinner for them every night for a month. Okay, folks, thanks for the allowance to disclaim. Edit 2 (two weeks later) A note to Weight Watchers (the people on the diet, not the company): WW has long advertised 1/12 of a cake mix with diet soda to be a “one point cupcake.” I have no idea why they insist this is the case when according to the “as packaged” nutrition information, this much cupcake has 170 calories, 3g fat and no fiber . . . by my calculation, that’s 4 points. That said, 1/12 of this recipe, (2 box mixes + 16 oz whipped topping + 2 oz or so pudding mix) works out to 10 points a slice. Not bad considering that a comparable cake would be 14 points. Edit 3 (two months later) FAQ Here are questions I get over and over again about this cake. I just don’t want to answer any more emails about it. These questions apply to any cake, so please don’t blame your epic fail on me. Omg my cake burnt! Next time don’t bake it for as long. My cake stuck to the pan! Grease your pan better next time. My cake burnt/stuck to the pan/was underdone/crumbled. Is this because of the food colouring I used? No, the food colouring has nothing to do with the failure of your cake. You baked it too long/didn’t grease enough/didn’t bake long enough/moved it before it was cool. I’m making this for my kids, can I use non-diet soda for this cake? I don’t know why you would, you certainly wouldn’t be saving much in the way of calories, and I don’t really think your kids need more sugar. Just make a regular cake and then put food colouring in it, it will look the same, promise. If I don’t make it with soda, will the colours run? No. In fact, like I keep saying, please just use whatever the hell cake recipe you like. Please. The rainbow part has nothing to do with Weight Watchers. The frosting, it’s so thick! Yes, buy a tub of Duncan Hines frosting as a backup plan. The cake, it fell apart! Let it cool before you move it, and more importantly, don’t jostle the thing about. I don’t like the cake this made, blech! You probably aren’t on a diet, so I don’t know why you bothered to make diet cake. I don’t get it, you make two cakes and then you put them on top of each other?! Yes, it’s called a layer cake, and pretty much any cake you buy at a grocery store is constructed in the same manner. But I don’t *like* food colouring. Well, you’re wasting your time reading this, aren’t you? I totally saw this on Something Awful’s Goons with Spoons Rainbow Cake thread, way to steal the idea, asshole. Me too, fellow goon, me too. And in fact, I posted my original rainbow cake there. If you have no idea what I’m talking about and would like to see about a hojillion rainbow cakes, and a rainbow cheesecake, please check out the thread that put this on my radar.
Princess Dora cake
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Dora stars and butterflies
Princess Dora - This cake was for my cousin's 3 year old daughter. She saw one of my Dora cakes and said she had to have her own, so this was my variation of my own creation. It had lot's of sparkle and she just loved it. White cake covered in mmf, gumpaste stars and butterfly's.
Princess Dora cake-Tiers bday cake idea