There’s nothing like nothing but nothing when it comes to dining, nothing else works quite so well as nothing but a nothing cake recipe from scratch. I have been asked numerous times, in the course of entertaining others for special occasions, whether there was nothing else they could serve besides a nothing bundt cake recipe from scratch. The response has always been the same, “there is nothing else you can serve that will do the trick.”
This response surprised me, but not because it was so different from my usual responses. It surprised me because nothing seemed to be better than nothing, and nothing else sounded so good, or at least as good as nothing else. But nothing, indeed, tastes as good as nothing, so why did I continue on and try nothing else? What else could I serve? The answer lies in nothing bundt cake recipe, a very simple and straightforward nothing bundt cake from scratch that anyone and everyone would enjoy.
It all started when I was asked by my niece how she liked her nothing but red velvet cake. I asked her if she knew that there was nothing else like it, and that perhaps nothing cake recipe was nothing more than just that. She said, “no, I didn’t know that was nothing but a nothing cake recipe. I didn’t know that there were other kinds of nothing but desserts, much less cakes that taste nothing but amazing.”
I can understand this response, I get it all the time from people. They see nothing else but red velvet and red frosting, they wonder if there’s anything else out there that tastes as good. But nothing tastes as good as nothing but Red Velvet, and nothing tastes better than nothing but Red Velvet. So my tip is, if you want to impress your friends at the next cookout then just make them nothing but a Red Velvet Cake.
But wait, don’t go out and buy yourself a whole cake because nothing else sounds appetizing. Just use one or two ingredients from this page, and mix together well. You can buy nothing but a Red Velvet recipe from just about any cookbook or website these days. It’s easy, quick and simple. There are so many recipes out there for nothing but Red Velvet that you should never have any trouble finding something to tantalize your taste buds.
Combine two parts of white cake mix, one part of 2% milk fat, four eggs, three cups of whole milk, two teaspoon of vanilla paste, two and a half teaspoons of red food coloring and three and a quarter teaspoons of powdered sugar. Form into layers, wrap in foil and refrigerate. When ready, cook at 350 degrees until dry. Turn oven off, unplug the dishwasher and let sit for fifteen minutes. Once cool enough, pull off the foil and cut into servings. Make sure they are completely dry before frosting.
You can jazz up the flavor of this simple desert by sprinkling some red food coloring on top. Another easy thing to do is to dip it into red food coloring for an extra treat. For added pop, try drizzling some confectioner’s sugar over the top. No matter what you do, nothing else comes to mind when it comes to Red Velvet. It will definitely be a must try for any red-carpet event this year. You will not regret it.
Red Velvet is nothing else but good, old fashioned comfort food. It is sweet, decadent, rich and at the same time it is nothing like the other boxed mixes or frostings that you have been using for years. It just might be time to change your ways and give this traditional Christmas dessert a try.