[NEW] How To Make A Rainbow Cake! (White Velvet Recipe) 2020

How To Make A Rainbow Cake! (White Velvet Recipe)

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This rainbow cake just makes me feel so happy. I absolutely LOVED slicing into it to see all those gorgeous colorful layers! The best part is, this rainbow cake isn’t just for looks, it tastes absolutely amazing. You won’t have a crumb leftover.

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24 oz (680 g) cake flour
24 oz (680 g) granulated sugar
1 tsp salt
2 Tbsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
10 oz (283 g) egg whites room temperature
6 oz (170 g) vegetable oil
18 oz (510 g) buttermilk room temperature or slightly warm
12 oz (340 g) butter unsalted and softened
1 Tablespoon vanilla extract

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8 oz (227 g) pasteurized egg whites
32 oz (907 g) powdered sugar
32 oz (907 g) unsalted butter softened but not melted
2 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp salt
1 dot purple food coloring to make the buttercream white

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5 oz (142 g) white candy melts
1 oz (28 g) chocolate candy melts
6 oz (170 g) hot water
1 tsp Truly mad plastics super gold dust
1/4 tsp everclear or vodka or lemon extract

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23 thoughts on “[NEW] How To Make A Rainbow Cake! (White Velvet Recipe) 2020

  1. madebyrchl says:

    10 oz of egg whites 😱🤯
    How many eggs is this?
    Can I use liquid egg whites?
    I just finished making my hubby his bday cake and I used your easy buttercream and I put 1T coffee granules dissolved in 1T watm water to make it mocha flavor… it's the best! 😁

  2. Manuela Racca says:

    Hello! I'm from Italy, your recipe is really good, thank you very much. I have a question, I noted that in this recipe there are a little less flour, oil and buttermilk (in proportion) respect to the recipe of the original White Velvet (the other video), is there a reason for this difference? Thank you!!

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