the story of the tie-dye cake

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Libby and her girlfriends made a tie-dye cake when she was home and it turned out great.  It's not that it was that delicious, but it was really a lot of fun to look at.  The colors were super vibrant and beautiful.  I had it on my instagram story and received several comments on how to make one.  SO, I put together a little tie-dye cake story here. :)

I used a white cake mix and divided it into 6 cups.  Used food coloring to tint the batter.
Poured each color into a 6" cake pan.
Repeated 2 more times!
Layered and decorated.  (I think I should take a cake decorating class.)
The colors are not as vibrant and I am sure it is because I did not use as much food coloring.
I think I could have been neater when filling the cake pans to look less like a project my kids would have made when they were younger!
Anyhow, it was really a fun cake to make AND eat!  And in the end... it's really all about the frosting.

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  1. I think your cake is both far out and artisinal! Bet it tasted great, too. xo

  2. That is a brilliant idea!

  3. ooh, that looks so fun, and what special treat! A great idea.

  4. It looks amazing and almost too pretty to eat!

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  6. It looks very colorful and delicious!

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