How To: Make a deliciously fluffy red velvet cake recipe for cake decorating

Make a deliciously fluffy red velvet cake recipe for cake decorating

Cake decorating wouldn't exist without a sturdy, delicious cake for all the decorations to go on. So before you roll out the fondant and slip some icing into a piping bag, check out this cake video to learn how to make the most delicious red velvet cake ever.

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Thank you for your video, I realize you are sharing this receipe you found, and I thank you but, I it would be great if someone could attempt to make a red velvet cake without the red food colouring. Red Food colouring is bad for the kidneys and brain, and so forth. I know most red velvet cakes use red food colouring, but it can also be made by using natural ingredients, such as, , pureed beets, beet, pomegrante juice, and the use of a acid and non acid reaction with the cocoa powder. Although the cake will not be as bright red, it is far better for us. Red velvet cake is nothing new, back in the days they used to make beet cake. which was a dark rich red (burgandy). If you did not add to much cooca powder, it was lighter in colour.

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