Monday, December 27, 2010

Darkened Red Velvet Snowball Cake

Darkened Red Velvet Snowball Cake

Darkened Red Velvet Snowball Cake
This is the first time I made a red velvet cake, but I did not want to follow a traditional recipe or use cream cheese frosting since I use this frosting on Ina Garten's Coconut Cake that I often make for my loved ones. On Christmas morning, I made this Darkened Red Velvet Snowball Cake for my hubby and me. I love the richness, better taste, and color of dark chocolate cake so I used dark instead of milk chocolate hence the darker red color. I used the cake recipe ingredients from Redbook Magazine but not the cream cheese frosting. For the frosting, I made a Fluffy White Frosting from so you can go there and search for "fluffy white frosting" and pick the recipe you like best. 

Slice of Darkened Red Velvet Cake
I used Mounds Sweetened Coconut Flakes for the top of the cake and loved the taste and freshness of the coconut flakes. The Redbook recipe divided each 9 inch cake layer in half so you have four layers, but I kept mine a two layer cake. When you frost the cake, be sure to let it set for at least three hours before you serve it. I think this is the moistest cake I have ever made with dark chocolate in the mixture. It is so delicious and beautiful as well.


-Sophia/Two Frys

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