Thursday, December 29, 2011

Zebra print cake... on the inside

I made a cake for my best friend's little girls 1st birthday... of course it had to be pink! I had to spice it up a little on the inside, so I decided to attempt this technique.
It's very very simple. 

-Two Bowls
-Two Cake mixes, homemade or box
-Two 1/2 of a cup measuring cups
 - 2 Cake pans (I use the round Wilton 6'' pans; You can use whatever size, I have never tried this with a square or rectangular shaped pan, but I would assume that it would work still.)
- wax paper and PAM
Preheat to 395 degrees
1.  Make two different cake mixes in two separate bowls; I used chocolate and vanilla (you could use the same flavor just add food coloring to one of the mixes.)
2. Cut the wax paper so that it fits perfectly on the inside of the bottom of your pan and spray the sides with PAM
3. Start with a 1/2 cup full of the Vanilla and add in the center of the pan.
4. Put the empty vanilla 1/2 cup back in the vanilla bowl.
5. Take the other 1/2 measuring cup from the chocolate bowl, and fill it with the chocolate mix.
6. Put the chocolate, in the center, on top of the vanilla.
7. Put the empty chocolate 1/2 measuring cup back in the chocolate bowl.
8. Switch back to Vanilla
9. Repeat steps 3-9 until the cake pan is 1/2 full.

10. Bake 20-25 minutes. 

It was soooo delicious! Please do yourself a favor and try this combo/zebra print cake!

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