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White Chocolate-Raspberry Cake

White Chocolate-Raspberry Cake recipe
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This cake would make a spectacular presentation!
posted by
KB20041
on 2/10/2012
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr 28 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
8/3/2012
Cake came out fabulous, although I did alter a few things. I omitted the egg yolks, and use large egg whites (since it is a white cake), and I melted my chocolate and butter over a double boiler and used real white chocolate, not bakers chocolate. I also only used about 3/4 stick of butter rather than a whole one. Extra vanilla, which I put in everything I cook :) I made this recipe as a 3 tier cake for a wedding, didn't use their frosting, made a home made butterceam instead and then fresh raspberries on top. My suggestion to those using the frosting recipe, would be to add everything they say, then just add 1/2-1 cup of confectioners sugar. Easy as that :) keep adding sugar until it reaches the consistency you'd like :) I never ever make box cakes, but this one was suggested by the bride, and it came out wonderful.
posted:
2/10/2012
This cake would make a spectacular presentation!
posted:
8/30/2011
This is a great tasting cake - is it easy to work with? No way! I have started to line my pans with wax paper in addition to greasing and flouring pans. It's very crumbly. Presents a challenging icing it too, but it's one of our favorites!
posted:
8/27/2011
VERY good! My family loves this cake!
posted:
11/11/2010
Making this for the 2nd year in a row for a birthday party. I have gotten so many compliments on it, and it is so simple to make. Because I had read reviews that the white chocolate frosting was a little too much, I use a mixture of cool whip, sour cream, and powdered sugar for the frosting. DELICIOUS!
posted:
7/23/2010
I read the reviews before I made the recipe and saw that a lot of people had trouble w/the icing being "too runny" so the only thing I did differently was to add more confectioners sugar and it was GREAT!! Made it for my co-workers and everyone loved it. One person actually said "perfect texture, appearance, and taste"! Another said "you'll make a good wife if you keep this up" haha...but really it was GREAT and I will definintely make it again!
posted:
7/7/2010
I love this cake. It's so good.
posted:
7/4/2010
If you want to make a cake that's good but horrible in presentation, make this one! I've made it and the chocolate burnt after heating it for two minutes, the cake crumbled on one side and the icing was too runny. I know that after everyone gave it rave reviews that there has to be something I did wrong, but for the most part everyone is saying the icing is too runny, so that must be average. I chilled it and greased it but the cake was still like jello during the transfer. I'm going to try it again to see if it turns out better, but for now it's been awful! Half of it ended up on the floor and the other half I smashed with my hands. For a website I use religiously, this was my first disappointment. HATE IT!
posted:
12/30/2009
This cake is so good and rich. The only problem is that every time I make it the frosting comes out really runny. I've cooled it before using it and still doesn't work. Otherwise, the best cake I've ever made!
posted:
12/23/2009
I made this for Easter and it's already been requested to make a return. Pretty simple to make and wonderful to eat.
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