Rainbow Tie Dye Surprise Cake Heart HOW TO COOK THAT Ann Reardon

Rainbow Tie Dye Surprise Cake Heart HOW TO COOK THAT Ann Reardon


Welcome to How To Cook That I am Ann Reardon
Today we are making this cute and colourful heart inside cake.
A few of you sent me pictures of similar style of cake that you’d seen on tablespoon.com
and that particular one was made by Beth from the blog Hungry Happenings she’d made it for
them and they were both happy for me to make it for you, so here we go. Firstly mix 3 packets of cake mix together
and add the required ingredients according to the packet and then mix it together. Then split that mixture evenly between 5 different
bowls. And then it is time to add your colour, now
you are going to need to be fairly generous here or the shape is not going to stand out
from the plain cake. So these colours need to be reasonable dark. Once your happy with the colours place them
into sandwhich bags, twist the top and cut off the corners. Squeeze out some of your coloured mix onto
a tray lined with non-stick paper. Then swap to the next colour, and swirl that all over
the tray and keep going. Now for this tye died mixing effect Beth actually learnt this
idea from another website handmadecharlotte.com and one of their contributors Sandra who actually
heads up the art department at a uni in Kansas came up with this technique for the cake that
she made there. Keep adding more and then once you are done
tap the tray on the bench to get rid of any air pockets. Place it in the oven and then bake it until
it is cooked all the way through. Once it is cooled remove it from the tray
and trim off the top browned layer using a knife or a cake leveler. Take the cutter and cut out a heart or whatever
shape you have chosen and then the base base off the shape because we don’t want browned
cake to be down the middle of our cake. Now obviously as I said you can use any shape
you like just make sure that it will fit into your tin, that it is not too tall for your
cake tin. Place them on a tray and once we’ve cut them all we are going to freeze them.
This particular amount of mixture made enough hearts to do two of these cakes. So if you’re
only wanting to make one you could cut it in half. Line a loaf pan with foil and bring the sides
up higher than the actual pan so the mixture will not overflow in the oven. Make up two more packets of vanilla cake mix.
Place two cups of mixture in the base of the dish. Now I baked this for 10 minutes because
the shape tends to sink and I don’t want it right on the bottom I want it more in the
middle. After this time it will not yet be cooked but will have formed a light skin on
the top. Add some mixture down the centre of that, that’s going to go into that little
dip in the centre of the heart. And then stack your hearts and place them top side down into
centre of the tin. If the edges of your dish are sloped out like mine you may need to cut
one of them on an angle for the last one. So that you can pack them in tightly, that’s
going to help hold them into place. Cover over the whole thing with more cake mixture.
And then bake in the oven. One it is done let it cool then trim off the
outer browned layer so that it leaves nice straight sides.
Cover the whole thing in frosting, I am using the one that came with the packet mix. Once
it is smooth place it in the fridge. To make our tye died frosting take a snake
of each of the colours that you have chosen and gently twist and squash it together, then
twist it a bit more and squash it together and then roll it out. I used neon food colours
for this which I have not used before and I thought it had a really metallic taste to
them. It is up to you if you want to use them that’s fine otherwise just use normal food
colours. Everyone else who ate it thought it was fine I just thought it had a bit of
an after taste to it. Lift it up and place it over the cake. Trim
off the excess, when you get to the corners squash them together to seal it and then use
scissors to cut down the join. Gently rub it with your finger just along the cut there
to smooth the edge. Add you candles and cut to reveal your colourful heart shape in the
middle. If this cake was made for you and delivered
to your door with a bunch of flowers, who would you like it to be from? Let me know
in the comments. Subscribe to howtocookthat for more cakes
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100 thoughts on “Rainbow Tie Dye Surprise Cake Heart HOW TO COOK THAT Ann Reardon”

  1. When do you wake up and sleep 💤 i wake up at 7:00 🕖 am and sleep 😴 at 9:00 🕘 pm only it looks like I wake up for school cuz ima kid but no when I have no school but sometimes i wake up at 6:00 🕕 and there’s no more school and I also wake up at 3:00 🕒 am

  2. Im giving these to Knight Velasquez 💕

    Filipino cecelib readers will relate 😂😂😏😏😉

  3. Damn that looks good, sorry no disrespect intended…..but i had to comment on one of your videos cause i dont know how to any other way…but girl you are so beautiful i dont mean to be a weirdo or anything i was jus raised to acknowledge a womans beauty

  4. I love making this cake , but every time we make the love hearts the cake mix is always really runny and we make them by following the instructions on the vanilla cake mix box but every time it still goes runny 😡 do u have any tips or ideas we could do to it to thicken it up ?

  5. Tbh I would like it to be from my best friend. They are amazing at cooking and their food is great- therefore the cake would be splendid

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