Showing posts with label Red Velvet Cake. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Red Velvet Cake. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Red Velvet Cake Recipe

Red Velvet Cake is a great Christmas Cake...I don't like making it homemade. I like using a cake turn out the same to me.When you uses the homemade icing it really make it taste wonderful without the fuss in the kitchen. I like using Duncan Hines.

When it ask for a 1 cup water,,I add half buttermilk and half water to the mix.

I like a tall cake this will serve more people so I get two boxes that mean everything is double.

I fill up three 9 inch cake pans

some overage make cupcakes

 Sometime I just use two cake mix to make a big cake in Two 10 inch pans

Cream Cheese Icing

2 pkg.  (8 oz.) PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese, softened

1/2cup  butter

2 tsp.  vanilla

2 pkg.  (16 oz.) powdered sugar (about 4 cups), sifted

Beat cream cheese, butter and vanilla in large bowl with mixer until well blended.

Coconut Cream Cheese And Roasted Pecan Frosting
Prepare as directed. Stir in 1/2 cup flake Coconut and 1/2 cup roasted pecan

Now If you like to make it look candy stripe for the Holiday Just cut the cake in half.

How to Cut a Cake Layer in Half

Edited by Horses4Ever, Nicole Willson, Sondra C, Andy Zhang and 11 others
If you need to cut cake layers in half, there is a simple and accurate method that does not involve messing with knives or having your cake roll across the countertop. With floss and some toothpicks, you can slice the cake in half with ease.


  1. Place toothpicks at the halfway point around the edges of the cake layer, as shown in the image.
  2. Align unflavored dental floss around the row of toothpicks. If you're making a spongy cake, it helps to make a few cuts with a serrated knife along the toothpick row, to give the floss something to bite into.
  3. When the floss is fully wrapped around the cake, cross the ends of the floss and hold each end in each hand. Pull each end out and away from the cake, so the floss cuts through the cake as the circle of floss tightens. Move the floss slightly from side to side to help the cutting movement.
  4. Now you have two layers of cake.
  5. Slide a piece of cardboard or a baking sheet (with no sides) between the two layers and lift off the top layer.
  6. Finished.You make need more icing to icing all your layers if you like a lot of icing like I least 1 inch tall in between layers.