I love the holiday season. Most people seem friendlier, warmer and just down right jolly. Our lovely neighbors invited our family to a holiday block party. On the invitation, it asked that we bring a plate of goodies. I wanted to do it up with something extra special because these are some very sweet people.
Introducing the Betty Crocker Christmas Wreath Cake –
What You Need1 box Betty Crocker® SuperMoist® white cake mix – water, vegetable oil and eggs called for on cake mix box Red and green food color 1 container (12 oz) Betty Crocker® Whipped fluffy white frosting Betty Crocker® Decorating Decors® red, green and white candy sprinkles For detailed instructions on how to make this cake go here.
Into the oven it went. Then it was time for the frosting.
When it came time for the green frosting my husband was a little enchanted with my artistic baking abilities. He watched over with the cutest curiosity. He actually suggested I darken the green frosting after the first layer of green to add depth to the color of the cake. It would appear he’s not that much of a Neanderthal after all.
At the neighbor’s house the cake was a hit. It came out super moist and was super yummy. It looks different from the Betty Crocker picture above, but it was fun to do and I can’t wait to try something like this again.
Here is my cake in all it’s glory – I love the Christmas tree background.
That looks amazing! Even with your pictures and great explanations, I couldn’t do it. Need to work on my baking skills. lol
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