Amaretto Cream Cake Batter

  • ladywhy Posted: 10/02/11
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Where is the rest of the recipe?

  • ashleyjs Posted: 02/20/12
    Worthy of a Special Occasion this is the rest, it has baking temp, and times :)

  • Jpgrossman Posted: 07/24/13
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    It came out very delicious but the review only gets 4 stars b/c they didn't give us a temp or time (then I looked at the original wedding cake recipe/not the batter recipe, and found the temp & cook time). The cake came out crusty on the outside but perfect inside. Moist, not too sweet & just right especially if you're adding a very rich icing & filling. I would suggest using a very fine granulated sugar. Regular sugar is too grainy & I could taste the sugar crystals when eating the cake. Everyone that ate this cake that I made for my Husband's birthday party said they gave it 5 stars & I received many complements. I layered the cake (using five 8" round cake layers)with buttercream frosting & strawberry pie filling between layers. I then frosted the entire cake with the buttercream frosting & decorated with red gel squirted all over it & a simple border decor on top rim & bottom rim. I made a beautiful Dexter Crime scene cake. Noone believed at first that I actually made it myself!

  • Cumbayah3 Posted: 05/28/14
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Can not locate the complete recipe. Even checked the 2008 June Annual Recipe Cookbook. I find this often when dealing with Southern Living.


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