daily tip by Buffalo Brides | posted on January 28, 2013 at 5:00am
If you’ve dedicated your sweet tooth to sticky toffee pudding, pain perdu or other trendy desserts, you may not be acquainted with the cake revival. You could ask your mother to reminisce – or you could just check the following “caketionary” for the delicious details.
This cake is a butter-based chocolate cake, coated with whipped cream and drizzled with chocolate glaze for the black and white tuxedo effect.
Devil’s Food Cake
This dark chocolate cake may be made with cocoa or melted unsweetened dark chocolate. Devil’s food cake calls for chocolate frosting.
Champagne Cake/7UP Cake
A light white cake that uses either beverage in the batter. Champagne cake is often tinted pink.
Red Velvet Cake
Cocoa-based chocolate cake with red food coloring in the batter.
German Chocolate Cake
Made with milk chocolate, butter and eggs and finished with a dense coconut, pecan and butter frosting, this may be the richest-tasting option.
Moist, spicy and dense using shredded carrots and nuts. Carrot cake slathered with cream cheese frosting is an excellent choice when you’ve got three generations to please.
Imagine cream-cheese-frosted carrot cake but with pineapple and bananas instead of the vegetable.
Will you have a wedding cake at your celebration? If so, what flavor did you choose?
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