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Here Is A Simple Ingredient That’s Bringing Cakes To A Whole New Level Of YUM
Nothing beats a beautiful cake that you’ve made yourself, in your own kitchen, with your own two hands. Technically, this recipe is considered to be a cake for a wedding. However, I still made it for dessert one evening. I just skipped all of the fancy frosting techniques and piled the stuff on there with a butter knife. What makes this white almond cake so good is the addition of one ingredient: sour cream. I know some of you might think that is a crazy idea, but let me tell you, it is great.
The sour cream gives this decadent cake such a moist texture; it’s unbelievable! You definitely have got to try this recipe for yourself. You’ll be glad that you did! When a friend of mine told me about this idea, I thought she had lost her mind.
But having tasted one of her cakes I knew there was something special about the way she was making them!
Recipe courtesy of All Recipes.
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Quick Tip: If you want to get fancy, using a frosting pipe to create designs on your cake.
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it sounds delicious! I hardly ever make cakes; I made a half a dozen cupcakes that are still in my refrigerator.
How you get the chocolate middle shown in the pictures? Don’t recall seeing anything about it in recipes???
Would you share the recipes you used for the frosting and filling you used for the cake as shown? It looks yummy.
I imagine she used two 8inch or 9 inch cake pans and placed the chocolate middle on the bottom, placed the top layer on that. Could use anything for the center….raspberry filling, lemon filling, vanilla, apricot, etc. Good luck!!!
I use sour cream in MAnY MANY recipes or butternmilk – does the same thing. You just need to add baking soda to make it react
I think your page has very attractive looking desserts, etc. I would like to join your site, however, I do not like adding another password to my long, long list. Do U offer your recipes without password entry?
Looks Delicious. Would like to join your site. Thanks Carol
Looks delish but I’m curious what filling was used in the cake for the picture above–is it some type of almond paste?
Looks abso-lutely great! Can’t wait to try it along with using your tips! Please keep sending your receipes, especially desserts!
Sour cream is not a crazy or secret ingredient in baking. Its been used for years. You always share such beautiful recipes but your silly attempts at attention grabbing headlines are ridiculous and annoying.