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This Fourth of July, Danger is my middle name and I made a cake shaped like a giant cupcake; red, white, and blue inside and out. It's a ...
Basic ingredients: Cake mix Pudding mix Red and blue food coloring Cocoa Powder White frosting (two containers) Decorations: Raspberries Blueberries Young coconut Tools: We used a Big Top ...
Make the cake batter according to the box (or your favorite cake recipe).
Divide cake batter into thirds. Dye one blue and another one red using food coloring. Since the red one is likely to look more pink than anything, add ...
Pour blue, then pour white batter into the bottom mold. If you're feeling fancy, try layering red and white for the bottom layer. That would be cool! We ...
We made vanilla Jell-O pudding. You can do something fancier if you want. You could do whipped cream and mix berries in. We didn't do that, either, but ...
Carve out the center of your cake to make room for the pudding.
Fill it up! Put the top on top.
Frost it all closed. We frosted the top white with cream cheese frosting, then mixed cocoa powder, red, and a little bit of blue (to darken) the buttercream ...
Hooray! Happy 4th of July! (Or if you're Chilean, and using this recipe because your flag is also red, white, blue, stars, happy September 19th!)
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