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Savor a serving of this indulgent special-occasion dessert that is perfect for a party. One cake makes enough for 16 servings.
Prepare batter as directed. Remove 1 cup; place in small bowl. Stir in 2 Tbsp. seedless raspberry jam and 2 drops red food coloring. Spoon remaining batter into prepared pans. Drop spoonfuls of pink batter over plain batter in each pan; swirl gently with knife. Bake and frost as directed.
* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.
Brought this to family dinner, and got great reviews. A few tips: melt the white chocolate according to its package directions. I used an high-end brand, and they recommended 50% power, not high. I scorched the 1st batch on high power.
Also, just melt the chocolate on its own, and use softened butter.
Used 4 Tbs raspberry jam for more flavor. Leave 1/2" border w/o jam in middle, so the jam doesn't ooze out the side of cake.
Used 3 c. powdered sugar instead of 2
Garnish w/raspberries right after you frost cake. If you wait too long the frosting solidifies a bit and it's harder to stick the raspberries on.
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.
This cake would make a spectacular presentation!