My class had a bake sale the Friday before Easter to support a classmate who had a family tragedy recently. So I, of course, had to make a cake.
I took a basic vanilla bundt cake and some melted, dyed almond bark, malt eggs, and peeps.
It turned out great! Super easy and it looks fantastic :]
I had fun flicking the almond bark over it and my entire kitchen too.
Ali’s Christmas Present
I make this cake regularly. Once a month or so sometimes. It is amazing, even for me and I don’t like a lot of chocolate. This cake and a cup of milk is sometimes a craving that is beyond hope.
1 cup oil
2 cups cold water
1 tbsp vanilla
(Combine in a mixer)
3 cups flour
2 tsp baking soda
1/2 c. Cocoa powder
1 tsp salt
2 cup sugar
Add the sugar into the water mixture, then sift all dry ingredients and add them slowly into the wet mixture.
Pour into greased 9″ rounds and sprinkle the top of each with 1/2 cup of chocolate chips.
Bake at 350 for 20-30 minutes.
1/2. Cup butter or shortening
8 tbs milk
5 cups powdered sugar
1 tsp vanilla
3/4. Cup cocoa powder
Mix together, slowly adding the milk until it’s the right consistency.
The recipe is so easy!
And it’s so fun to take different fillings and make it pretty 🙂
It’s great because you can use different fillings or just the frosting and it will taste amazing!
This one was given a shot of buttershots per cake after it was baked and then I added buttershots to the frosting, which is a butterscotch tasting liquor. It’s yummy!
My hubs birthday is today, February 3rd! That coupled with valentines day on the 14th makes it hard for me, a person who really isn’t good at buying presents, to pick two good presents especially so close together. So after much searching on pintrest I found this unique idea to do 14 days of present that are littler, but still make it special for him!
I think I’m missing one, but can’t remember what 😉
I got a gift card to get a hair cut and a massage!! I’m so looking forward to it! He did fantastic!