There’s a hidden secret to this Rainbow Cheesecake recipe. A surprise. And no, the surprise isn’t the awesome rainbow layers that appear on each slice of cake. The surprise is that it’s the best cheesecake you’ll ever eat.
Teeny Tiny Rainbow boxes Better Crocker SuperMoist white cake mix, mixed up according to package directions 3 tubs white frosting parchment paper inch pans liquid food coloring (used colors from both the classic and neon sets)
25 CHEESECAKE RECIPES - I mentioned last Friday that I have a major thing for baking during the Fall. Given that, you can expect to see plenty of baking themed posts in the next couple of months. Last week I gave you 25 T.
split your batter into however many colors you want.food color them.plop spoonfuls of each color in at a time so you layer them in the liner! // next birthday Audrey. W/ the rainbow straw things on top.
Rainbow Cupcakes - Just prepare white or yellow cake mix. Divide into different bowls (# of bowls = # colors in your cupcake). Add food coloring for vibrant color. Spoon a little bit of mix from each bowl into the cupcake pan cups. Bake, as directed!
Whisk Kid Rainbow Cake : took a while, but it was fun. It tasted good too. Made it for a birthday party and my friends were amazed. Frosting the cake all white definitely makes for a surprise when it's cut in to.
Bake and ice a round cake, making sure its shorter than a Kit-Kat bar. Break 4 packs of Kit-Kats into two bar segments. Surround the cake with the Kit-Kats and then tie with a ribbon. Fill the top with a large bag of M's.