I made this cake for my daughters coming home for the week-end....they loved it. So did the people at my office the following Monday! However, I found it strange that it didn't have salt in the batter. So, I did add 1/2 tsp. Also, next time I will probably buy Smucker's Butterscotch topping to save time. Overall it was definitely a 5 star cake!
Irish Cream Cake
JCorner1967 Posted: 03/23/10
Chicagobsw Posted: 03/17/10
Made this for a work party on St. Patty's Day....cake was gone. Disappeared. It was awwwwwesome! And pretty easy to make. I actually had to work late the night before so didn't get to baking until 9 pm. I was in bed by 11 with the gorgeous cake sitting pretty in my fridge. Highly recommend this cake!
pchefrebecca1 Posted: 03/11/11
The cake was not hard to make and came out very moist and fluffy. The filling was a little tedious but delicious. May use instant butterscotch pudding next time. Would have probably been just fine without the pricey irish cream, plus one of my guests was not 21 so her mother wouldn't let her have the cake. So if not in mixed company, it is a good choice. I absolutely love the lime chiffon cake recipe from Cooking Light though.
klloch Posted: 12/05/11
OMG! This was absolutely killer! Love the filling and it's not too much trouble to make! I did add a little bit of Bailey's to my cream cheese frosting! Super hit at the office. This is soooooooo moist and is a definite keeper.
j2kwalk2 Posted: 08/25/13
Maybe because I am not a fan of white cake that this recipe did not rate with me. As always the Cream Cheese icing is tops. The toasted pecans are a must. The Butterscotch Filling is good. I would double the recipe and use only whole milk; low fat just does not give it what it needs. Maybe even half and half? I did not put that much Irish Cream on my cakes, possible needs a lot more. The cake recipe is a good white cake recipe, hard to go wrong with it. Will probably give it a pass on my next special occasion.