HOW TO MAKE A TIE-DYE CAKE ♥♡ by Kaitlynn C - Musely
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HOW TO MAKE A TIE-DYE CAKE ♥♡

posted in Food & Drink > Recipes
07/13/2014
  • 4 boxes Betty Crocker Pound Cake Mix
    2 2/3 cups milk (use 2/3 cup per box)
    1 cup soft­ened but­ter (use 1/4 cup per box)
    8 eggs (use 2 eggs per box)
    Food col­or­ing: blue, pur­ple, pink, green, and yellow
    Dis­pos­able pas­try bags or Ziploc bags

  • Frost­ingPeace sign cookie cut­ter
    Two 6-inch x 6-inch x 2-inch bak­ing pans
    Non-stick cook­ing spray and flour (for dust­ing the pans)

  • Spray pans with non­stick bak­ing spray and dust with flour. Pre­heat oven to 350 degrees. Mix one box of pound cake mix with 2/3 cup milk, 1/4 cup but­ter, and 2 eggs. Split into 5 equal por­tions and add food col­or­ing to each, mak­ing blue, pur­ple, pink, green, and yel­low. Pour

  • col­ored bat­ter into sep­a­rate, sealed dis­pos­able pas­try bags or Ziploc bags. Cut off the bot­tom tips and begin swirling the bat­ter into the pans, alter­nat­ing col­ors often. Tap and lightly drop the pans on the counter to help elim­i­nate air bubbles. Bake 35 to 40 min­utes.

  • Slightly under bak­ing them is OK since you’ll bake them again later. Allow the cakes to cool, then remove them from the pans and set aside. Repeat pre­vi­ous steps to make two more swirl-colored cakes When all four cakes are baked and cool, wrap them in plas­tic wrap and freeze for 4 hours or

  • (Freez­ing the cakes makes them eas­ier to slice and cut. It also helps pre­vent them from over­cook­ing the sec­ond time they are baked.) Spray pans with non­stick bak­ing spray and dust with flour. Pre­heat oven to 350 degrees. Mix one box of pound cake mix with 2/3 cup milk, 1/4 cup

  • but­ter, and 2 eggs. Pour bat­ter into a sealed plas­tic pas­try bag. Set aside. Remove two, swirl-colored cakes from the freezer and slice them to the thick­ness of your cookie cut­ter. Cut shapes from each slice, and stack them in the cen­ter of your bak­ing pans. Cut off the bot­tom

  • tip of the pas­try bag filled with pound cake bat­ter and begin squeez­ing bat­ter into the inner shapes of the peace sign. Once those are filled, pour bat­ter all around the outside. Bake for 40 to 45 min­utes, or until a tooth­pick inserted comes out clean. Allow the cakes to cool. While

  • still in the pans, cut off the top bub­bly por­tion of the cakes, flush with the pan. Remove the cakes and trim all four sides neatly. Repeat the pre­vi­ous steps to make two more cakes with peace signs inside. After all four cakes are trimmed to the same size, put a thin layer of frost­ing on

  • on the tops of three of them. Stand them upright and stick them together on your cake plate. Frost the entire cake with a thin, crumb coat of frost­ing. Refrig­er­ate for an hour, then frost the entire cake with a with a thicker, more dec­o­ra­tive layer of frost­ing.

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