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Orange Spice Cake- A Doctored Cake Mix Recipe

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Fall is the season of spice cakes! Today’s Orange Spice Cake recipe is a new favorite of ours– and it is so easy to make with a cake mix!

Orange Spice Cake- A Doctored Cake Mix Recipe- SO moist and delicious!

 

 

This Orange Spice Layer Cake is bursting with so much flavor– I’ve never tried adding orange to spice cakes before and now that I have, I never want to go back. 

How to Make Orange Spice Cake with a Cake Mix

**You can find the full, printable cake recipe below but here is a basic rundown!:

After preheating the oven to 325 degrees, grease and flour three 8×2 round cake pans. (You could also make two thick 8 inch cake layers but I like the additional layer of cream cheese filling that three layers gives us!)

In the bowl of your mixer, combine dry ingredients and whisk at least 30 seconds to blend. In another bowl, combine sour cream, water, eggs, & flavorings and zest.

 

This Orange Spice Cake recipe is the BEST! Nobody would ever guess that it all starts with a simple cake mix!

 

Add the wet ingredients to the dry and mix on medium speed for 2 minutes. Stop after 1 minute to scrape the sides and bottom of bowl then continue to beat for the second minute.

Pour into prepared pans and bake at 325 degrees….check at 25 minutes to see if middle of cake springs back when touched, a toothpick inserted in the center of the cake come out clean or with just a few crumbs attached, and the cake will be slightly pulled away from the pan.

This Orange Spice Layer Cake all starts with a simple cake mix! So moist and flavorful!

 

 

 

 Orange Spice Cream Cheese Frosting

I absolutely love cream cheese frosting on spice cakes, and so went with a spiced cream cheese frosting with a little extra orange added!

You’ll notice that the recipe calls for a little orange extract- I just wanted to give it a little boost of extra orange flavor without having to add a lot of liquid to the frosting (since cream cheese frostings are softer than buttercream). 

The orange extract is optional- if you don’t have any on hand, you can just add additional zest. Plain cream cheese frosting is a great choice also.

This is such an easy frosting recipe and tastes SO good!

 

 

This Orange Spice Cake Mix is so moist and flavorful! You will love how simple it is to make! It is the perfect fall cake.

 

 

This Orange Spice Cake all starts with a doctored cake mix! This is the perfect fall dessert!

 

I frosted the cake in our Orange Spice Cream Cheese Frosting, and textured around the sides with a small offset spatula.

For the piping on top, I used a piping tip 1M and also added additional orange zest! 

 

Orange Spice Layer Cake- This Doctored Cake recipe has so much flavor! It is the perfect fall cake!

 

 

 

 

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This is just a few of our favorite fall cakes! We’ve made so many over the years– You can find our full roundup here: Roundup of the BEST Fall Cake Recipes!

 

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We hope that you enjoy this Orange Spice Cake as much as we have! If you give it a try, we’d love to hear what you think in the comments below!

 

Orange Spice Cake- A Doctored Cake Mix Recipe

Ingredients

For the Orange Spice Cake Layers

  • 1 box Spice Cake Mix, sifted (I like Duncan Hines)
  • 1 cup (121g) all purpose flour
  • 1 cup (200g) granulated sugar
  • generous dash of salt
  • 1 cup (242g) sour cream or plain yogurt (greek yogurt is fine also)
  • 1 cup (240g) orange juice
  • 1 Tablespoon Orange Zest (about 1 medium sized orange)
  • 3 whole eggs
  • 2 teaspoons (8g)vanilla

For the Orange Spice Cream Cheese Frosting

  • 1 1/2 cups (3 sticks) (339g) unsalted butter, softened
  • 1 1/2 packages (339 g) cream cheese (no need to soften to room temp)
  • 2 teaspoons (4g) cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon (1g) nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon ground ginger (2g) *sift if clumpy
  • 1 teaspoon orange flavoring (4g)
  • 1.5 Tablespoons Orange Zest (adjust to your liking)
  • 6 to 6 1/2 cups (690g – 748g) more if needed confectioners’ sugar, sifted

Instructions

For the Orange Spice Cake

Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.

Grease and flour three 8×2 round cake pans.

In the bowl of your mixer, combine dry ingredients and whisk at least 30 seconds to blend. In another bowl, combine sour cream, orange juice, eggs, & flavorings and zest.

Add the wet ingredients to the dry and mix on medium speed for 2 minutes. Stop after 1 minute to scrape the sides and bottom of bowl then continue to beat for the second minute.

Pour into prepared pans and bake at 325 degrees….check at 35 minutes to see if middle of cake springs back when touched, a toothpick inserted in the center of the cake come out clean or with just a few crumbs attached, and the cake will be slightly pulled away from the pan.

We bake at 325 degrees to decrease the height of the dome on the cakes.

Makes about 7 cups of batter. Works well for cupcakes too!

Orange Spice Cream Cheese Frosting

Using your mixer, beat the butter and cream cheese on medium speed until well blended.

Add the flavoring, zest, and spices. With the mixer on low speed gradually add the confectioners’ sugar and mix until it is a good piping consistency.

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This moist, ,delicious Orange Spice Layer Cake is the perfect fall dessert!

 

 

 

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Ghost Meringues Cake- A Free Cake Decorating Video

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Celebrate Halloween this year with this CUTE and simple Ghost Meringues Cake!

I just love to make meringues for cake decorating- not only because they are delicious and easy to make, but also for their fun, puffed appearance. 

 

Ghost Meringues Cake- A Free Cake Video Tutorial! In this cake video, we'll show you how to make a simple meringues recipe as well as how to create ghosts for a fun Halloween cake design!

 

 

 

In today’s short video tutorial, I’ll show you how to make meringues, as well as how to create the cute meringue ghosts that we use to decorate the cake! 

We loved making this Halloween cake, and we hope that you’ll love it too!

 

How to Make Meringues

This recipe for meringues is our favorite as it is so simple to make.They are light and crisp on the outside, and soft and slightly chewy in the  center. 

*You can find our full, printable recipe below, but here is a quick rundown: 

We started with egg whites which we whipped using our electric mixer and whisk attachment until foamy soft peaks formed.

Next, we slowly added our super fine sugar and clear vanilla, followed by powdered sugar and continued to beat until stiff peaks had formed.

Then, we piped our meringues onto a parchment lined cookie sheet and baked at 175 degrees F for about 1 hour and 45 minutes– start checking on them at this time, but you’ll know that they are ready when they are dry to the touch and can easily be moved on the parchment. 

We then turned off the oven, leaving the meringues inside for another hour as they continued to cool and dry.

Once the meringues were completely cool and dry, I drew on their little faces with a food coloring pen. (My pen was a Wilton Candy Decorating Pen but any Foodwriter pen should work fine!)

 

Ghost Meringues Cake

 

 

Making Meringues- Tips for Success

This recipe is very easy, but I wanted to share a few tips to ensure that everything goes smoothly!

 

  • Any trace of fat/grease inside of your mixing bowl or on your whisk attachment will prevent the egg whites from whipping up. You also want to be very careful when separating your eggs that no egg yolk makes it into the egg white mixture. This can also interfere with the egg whites whipping up as it should.

 

  • Meringues are more difficult to make in humid climates. Rainy days or even steam from running dishwashers can cause the meringue not to whip up properly. Also, meringues left out will absorb moisture in the air, making them slightly softer. 

 

  • Once your meringues are cool and dry, they can be stored in an airtight container.

 

  • Bake your meringues on the lowest rack of your oven to prevent browning. 

 

  • We use clear vanilla in our meringues as real vanilla can give an off-white tint to the cookies.

 

  •  If meringues are baked at a heat that is too high, they are more likely to brown. My recipe calls for baking at 175 F. When I baked at 200, my meringues had more of an ivory or cream-colored tint.

 

If you love Meringues like we do, don’t miss these other Meringue Cake Tutorials!

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Beautiful Meringue Roses Cake from our Member Tutorial Section

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More Halloween Cake Ideas!

We’ve created tons of Halloween Cake tutorials for our Free Tutorials Section as well as our Member Tutorial section over the years! Check out this roundup of our favorites! Roundup of Halloween Cake Ideas!

 

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Ghost Meringues Cake- A Free Cake Decorating Video

These cute Ghost Meringues are simple to make and are so cute as decorations on Halloween cakes!

Ingredients

Ingredients for the Meringues

  • 4 egg whites
  • Pinch of salt (we used popcorn salt because it is finer)
  • ¾ (150g) cup super fine sugar – if you do not have this you can make your own by processing granulated sugar in a food processor or bullet blender- if doing this, measure/weight first.
  • 1/2 teaspoon (2g) clear vanilla (real vanilla will change the color)
  • 1 (115g) cup powdered sugar, sifted. (If using measuring cup, measure then sift)

Miscellaneous

  • Place on the ghosts on your cake of choice. We used an 8 inch cake tier frosted in chocolate buttercream.
  • Black Food Coloring Pen for ghost expressions
  • Disposable Piping Bags, Cake Board/Cake Pedestal
  • *Use your frosting of choice. We used our Classic Chocolate Buttercream Recipe but substituted 1 cup Special Dark Cocoa for a darker shade (in place of the 1.5 cups unsweetened cocoa that the recipe calls for).

Instructions

Instructions for Meringues

You’ll want to use the lowest rack position in your oven. Preheat to 175 degrees F

Line baking sheet with parchment paper.

It is very important that your mixing bowl & whisk attachment/beaters are completely clean & free of grease so that the egg whites whip up properly.

In your mixing bowl, beat the egg whites & salt at medium-high speed (using whisk attachment) until foamy and soft peaks form (about 50 seconds).

Gradually add the super fine sugar and vanilla while mixing at medium speed. Follow with the powdered sugar (reduce speed as needed to prevent a cloud of powdered sugar!). Return to medium high speed until stiff peaks form.

If you wish to tint your meringues, gently fold in your color (No need for our ghosts)

Pipe the desired shapes onto parchment-lined cookie sheet.

Bake for approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes (lower rack of the oven) or until meringues are dry and can easily be popped off of the parchment. Turn oven off but leave the pan in the oven for an additional hour to cool/dry.

Once they are completely cooled, store in an airtight container away from strong lighting or sunlight. Light could cause any colored meringues to fade.

Meringues can be kept at room temperature in an airtight container for 3 weeks, or longer in the freezer.

Decorating the Meringue Ghosts

After the meringues are cool and dry, decorate the ghosts with a black Foodwriter pen. (I used a Wilton Foodwriter for Candy but any food coloring pen will work!)

Attach the ghost meringues to the buttercream frosted cake by piping buttercream on the back of each ghost.

If you’d like to attach a lollipop stick to the back of a ghost to give the cake more height, you can do so by dipping a lollipop stick in melted candy melts and chill for a few minutes in the freezer.

My “BOO” topper was made from melted Orange candy melts poured into a silicone mold. (This is an alphabet mold that I’ve had for a few years- there are lots of options online for these types of molds). Another option would be to have additional ghosts on top!

Notes

***In our Meringue Roses video tutorial, we folded in the powdered sugar after stiff peaks formed. We have since changed the recipe slightly to add the powdered sugar soon after adding the superfine sugar. Then beat until stiff peaks form. Although both methods will give great results, the updated method helps reduce the chance of deflating the meringue. (You can see this updated version in our Monster Meringues free video tutorial).

 

 

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Meringue Ghosts Cake- A Free Cake Decorating Tutorial

 

 

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Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cake- A Doctored Cake Mix Recipe

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There are few flavor combinations that I love more that peanut butter and chocolate- to me, it is the ultimate combo. If you feel the same, you are going to LOVE this Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cake Recipe! 

 

Moist and Delicious Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cake- A Doctored Cake Mix Recipe

 

 

Reese’s cups are my favorite candy, and there is nothing better than luscious peanut butter buttercream sandwiched between decadent chocolate cake, frosted in more peanut butter frosting, topped with a rich ganache drip, and loads of peanut butter cups! 

For today’s recipe, we are using our delicious doctored cake mix-Chocolate Sour Cream Cake recipe, but if you prefer to work with scratch cake recipes, substitute with our Chocolate Sour Cream Cake Classic Chocolate Cake, or Chocolate Buttermilk Cake recipe ).

 

How to Make a Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake

*Find the full, printable recipe in the recipe card below.

After baking the three 8 inch chocolate cake layers, (or any cake recipe that I’m making) I like to wrap them individually while they are still warm, wrap in plastic wrap & foil, and then freeze for at least a few hours or until I need them (up to 3 months).

This freezing step is optional but it makes the cake layers even more moist if the cakes are wrapped while still warm.

When you are ready to assemble the cake, remove from the freezer and keep wrapped until condensation begins to form.

Place the first chocolate cake layer on your cake base or pedestal. Then, spread with a layer of peanut butter buttercream frosting. (I LOVE this peanut butter frosting recipe by the way–it is so quick and easy!)

Repeat for the next two cake layers. 

Moist and Delicious Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cake- A Doctored Cake Mix Recipe

 

 

Settling the Cake: Optional Step. I often mention settling my cake tiers after filling them but before frosting. To do this, I wrap the filled, unfrosted tier in plastic wrap and place a weight of some sort on top.

This could be a medium sized book, a cake pan or two…something that will give a light, but not crushing pressure to the cake. While this is optional, all cakes will settle a little bit over time and so it’s best to get the settling process out of the way BEFORE adding the final coat of frosting–otherwise, you may have bulges around the sides.

Frosting and Decorating the Cake

Frost the final coat of peanut butter frosting. I like to smooth over it with a bench scraper as I rotate it on a turntable. For extra smooth frosting, you can chill the frosted tier in the freezer for about 20 minutes and then go back over it with a very hot metal spatula or bench scraper.

Applying the Ganache Drip

Finally prepare the quick ganache glaze in the microwave and apply when it has cooled to a good dripping consistency.

I like to load into a disposable piping bag with the tip snipped away and apply the drip around the top edge of the (chilled) cake, and then spoon and spread additional ganache on top. 

**You can find additional details (and video) on this process if you’d like more information in our Ganache Drip Post

Finally, pile miniature Reese’s Cups or chopped Reese’s Cups on top!

 

 

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cake- A Doctored Cake Mix Recipe

Peanut Butter and Chocolate are a match made in heaven in this delicious, decadent, and surprisingly simple layer cake!

Ingredients

For the Chocolate Cake Layers

  • ** For a deeper chocolate taste you can add 1 tablespoon cocoa powder and replace the water with 1 cup hot strong brewed or instant coffee.
  • 1 Devil’s Food Cake Mix ( I sift the cake mix, but it is optional)
  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 1 cup water (We usually replace the water with 1 cup of hot brewed or instant coffee, it enhances the chocolate flavor.)
  • 3 whole eggs
  • 2 1/2 teaspoons vanilla

For the Peanut Butter Buttercream Frosting

  • 1 cup ( 255 grams) Creamy Peanut Butter Do Not Use Natural or Reduced Fat. We have used Jif and Peter Pan Creamy brands.
  • 2 sticks (226g) unsalted butter, slightly softened
  • 4 c. (460g) powdered sugar
  • 1/4 cup (60g) milk plus 2 Tablespoon – use more if needed to reach the consistency you like
  • 2 teaspoons ( 8 grams ) vanilla extract
  • pinch of salt

Ganache Drip (optional)

  • 6 oz (171g) Chocolate (Semi-sweet or Dark) We used Ghirardelli
  • 6 oz (171g) Heavy Cream

Decoration

  • We used small Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups as the topping. If you’d like, you can crush additional pb cups to use in between the layers as well.

Instructions

For the Chocolate Cake Layers

In a separate bowl, combine the dry ingredients and stir or whisk to blend. In your mixing bowl, combine sour cream, water, eggs, & flavorings. Add about 1/2 of the dry ingredients and blend together, then add the rest of the dry ingredients & mix on medium speed for 2 minutes.

Pour into three 8 x 2 inch round pans that have been greased and floured. Bake at 325 degrees until the middle of cake springs back when touched or a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean or with just a few crumbs attached.

*This also works well for cupcakes! Bake cupcakes at 350 degrees for 18 to 20 minutes. Remove cupcakes from the pan immediately and cool on a baking rack.

For the Peanut Butter Buttercream Frosting

In the bowl of your mixer add the butter and mix on medium speed until the butter is softened and smooth. Add the peanut butter and mix until blended.

Gradually add the powdered sugar alternately with the milk. Add vanilla. Mix on medium speed 4 to 5 minutes until smooth.

 ***Peanut butter brands labeled “Natural” that I have tried do not work as well with this recipe because the consistency isn’t as smooth & creamy. I’ve used Jif & Peter Pan (Creamy) with good results!

For the Ganache Drip

Place your chocolate into a microwave safe bowl.

Pour heavy cream over the chocolate and place in the microwave for 1 minute. (Times may vary, see our note below).

Remove and stir. Microwave for 30 seconds more and when the chocolate has melted almost completely, allow it to sit for 1 minute more before stirring. Stir until you’ve reached a silky smooth consistency.

*Microwave times may vary. If you are making a smaller amount of ganache, you will reduce the microwave time. If your chocolate hasn’t melted after the 1 1/2 minutes recommended in the instructions, simply microwave in small 10-15 second increments until it has nearly completely melted. Let sit one minute, then stir until smooth.

 

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A Roundup of the BEST Fall Cake Recipes!

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I just love the fall- and am so excited for fall baking! Today I’m sharing a collection of the BEST Fall Cake recipes!

These are fantastic go-to moist and flavorful cake recipes no matter what time of year- but especially for fall and Thanksgiving. 

 

A Roundup of the BEST Fall Cake Recipes- So moist, flavorful, and perfect for fall celebrations!

 

Whether you love pumpkin, caramel, spice cakes, gingerbread, maple cakes, apple cakes, and more-you are sure to find something in this collection of recipes to try! 

 

Favorite Fall Cake Decorating Designs

We’ve made lots of cake decorating tutorials over the years for fall as well! Make sure to check out our full collection of Thanksgiving Cake Designs!

Roundup of Fall and Thanksgiving Cake Recipes, Tutorials, and Ideas!

 

Enjoy these fall cake recipes! If you give any of them a try, we would love for you to leave a comment or photo below! 

 

Sharing the most delicious roundup of the BEST Fall Cake Recipes! Enjoy these for your fall birthdays, Thanksgiving gatherings, or just because!

 

 

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Chocolate Turtle Cake Recipe | My Cake School

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Today we are sharing a Chocolate Turtle Cake Recipe that is absolutely delicious- I love this flavorful combination of decadent chocolate cake, homemade caramel sauce, toasted pecans, and a drizzle of rich ganache.

With this lineup of key ingredients, you just cannot go wrong! 

 

Chocolate Turtle Cake Recipe- So decadent and delicious!

 

This Chocolate Turtle Cake has become one of my personal favorites.

It’s inspired by Chocolate Turtle candies, which are delicious pecan and caramel clusters dipped in chocolate, which resemble turtles. If you love chocolate turtles, you are going to fall in love with this recipe!

 

How to Make Chocolate Turtle Cake 

For this Chocolate Turtle Cake, we are using one of our go-to scratch chocolate cake recipes, our Chocolate Sour Cream Cake! So ultra moist and chocolatey- it’s always a favorite.

However, if you would rather go with another chocolate layer cake, whether a doctored cake mix (like our Doctored Chocolate Sour Cream Cake) or our scratch Classic Chocolate Cake, feel free to substitute!

 

 

Homemade Caramel Sauce

The perfect homemade caramel sauce!

 

 

 

When you are ready to assemble your cake, place the first chocolate cake layer on the pedestal or cake base.

Next, spread with a layer of chocolate buttercream, drizzle with caramel, ganache, and sprinkle with toasted chopped pecans.

 

Chocolate Turtle Cake Recipe- This layer cake is so decadent!

 

 

Add the next layers and repeat, and top with the final chocolate cake layer.

A Note about Settling:

 Settling the cake is an optional step, but it is a helpful way to ensure that your cake doesn’t develop frosting bulges around the sides over time. To settle your cake tier, wrap the unfrosted, filled cake with plastic wrap and then place a weight of some sort on top. 

This weight should not be a crushing weight–just something that will apply a light, steady pressure- like a couple of cake pans, a book, etc.

After a few hours or overnight, frost the cake as usual. ****For cakes with perishable fillings, you will need to settle the cake in the refrigerator rather than at room temperature.

 

 

Decadent Chocolate Turtle Cake Recipe- This layer cake has an amazing combination of homemade caramel sauce, toasted pecans, decadent chocolate cake, ganache, and chocolate buttercream!

 

 

 

Frosting and Decorating the Cake

If you settle your cake as mentioned above, remove the plastic wrap once you are ready to decorate the cake and fill in any remaining gaps between cake layers with buttercream.

Next, frost a thin layer of (crumb coat) of chocolate buttercream all over the cake. At this point, I like to chill the cake in the freezer for about 15-20 minutes to firm up the crumb coat before going in with the final coat of buttercream.

I then combed the buttercream using a cake comb as an optional step.

Chill the cake again for 15 minutes and then add your ganache drip. When creating my chocolate drips, I load the ganache into a disposable piping bag with the tip snipped away (just a smallish snip will do). 

 

Chocolate Turtle Cake Recipe- SO decadent and delicious!

 

Pipe your drips as you rotate the cake on a turntable (if you have one) and then top the cake with more ganache drizzles, caramel drizzles and chopped pecans.

Finally, I created stars around the top of the cake using a Wilton 6B tip and topped each one with a pecan.

I used a star tip 21 to create a simple shell border around the base.

Additional Details on Drip Cakes

If you’d like more details on our Chocolate Drip, check out this quick free cake video!: Easy Chocolate Drip Video Tutorial

We love dramatic chocolate drips and use them often. They are so quick to make!

This Chocolate Turtle Cake Recipe is the BEST! So decadent and delicious!

Don’t miss these other favorite Chocolate Cakes!

Almond Joy Cake Recipe

Black Forest Cake

Chocolate Buttermilk Cake

Chocolate Italian Cream Cake

Chocolate Pecan Pie Cake

Chocolate Sour Cream Cake

…and so many more! You can find a full roundup here: Favorite Chocolate Cake Recipes!

 

Simple Time Saving Options for this Recipe

The homemade ganache and caramel recipes used in this cake are simple to make  and taste amazing. However, if you would rather use store-bought caramel or chocolate sauce to drizzle between the cake layers, that is a good option as well! 

Also, as we mentioned earlier, you can substitute a favorite doctored chocolate cake mix as well if you prefer to work with doctored mixes.

Enjoy the recipe!

 

Chocolate Turtle Cake Recipe

This decadent Chocolate Turtle Cake with chocolate cake layers, ganache, caramel sauce, toasted pecans, and chocolate buttercream is sure to please a crowd!

Ingredients

For the Chocolate Cake Layers

  • 2 cups (400g) granulated sugar
  • 2 3/4 cups (322g) All Purpose Flour
  • 1 cup (82g) unsweetened cocoa
  • 2 teaspoons (10g) Baking Soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon (2g) Baking Powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon (2g) Salt
  • 1 stick + 5 Tablespoons (185g) Unsalted Butter (I sliced the butter into 1 inch pieces onto waxed paper leaving on the countertop for 8 to 10 minutes. It will still be quite cool when adding to the dry ingredients. You should be able to make a fingerprint when you press the butter. If it becomes too soft, just refrigerate for a few minutes.)
  • 1 cup (242g) Sour Cream
  • 1 c. (220g) Milk
  • 4 eggs room temperature
  • 1 teaspoon (4g) vanilla
  • 1 cup (220g) Hot Coffee

For the Caramel Sauce

  • 1/2 stick (57g) unsalted butter (if using salted butter, do not add additional salt)
  • 1 cup (217g) light brown sugar (packed into measuring cup)
  • 1/2 cup (126g) heavy cream
  • 1/2 teaspoon (2g) salt
  • 1 teaspoon (4g) vanilla extract
  • 1 Tablespoon (18g) light corn syrup

For the Chocolate Ganache

  • 3 oz Chocolate (Semi-sweet or Dark) We used Ghirardelli Dark Chocolate
  • 3 oz Heavy Cream

For the Dark Chocolate Buttercream

  • 3 sticks (339g) unsalted butter, softened (do not soften butter in the microwave)
  • 9 cups powdered sugar (icing sugar in UK) (1034g) more if needed. ** For cupcakes, I like to use 8 c. (920g) for a softer frosting
  • 1 cup Hershey’s Special Dark Cocoa (82 grams) (measure then sift)– You can substitute with 1 1/2 cups (124g) unsweetened cocoa if you don’t have Special Dark Cocoa on hand. (It won’t be quite as dark but still delicious).
  • 1 teaspoon salt (6g) to cut the sweetness (preferably fine grain or popcorn salt). Adjust to taste.
  • 1/2 cup milk (121 grams) more if needed to reach the spreading consistency you like
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla (12 grams)

Pecans for in between layers and decoration

  • 1 cup (106g) pecans (adjust amount to your liking). We chopped the pecans and baked on a parchment lined cookie sheet at 350 degrees for 4-5 minutes. Do not let them get too dark. Baking is optional but makes the pecans more flavorful.

Instructions

For the Chocolate Cake Layers

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Grease and flour three 9 inch pans. This recipe uses the Reverse Creaming Method of Mixing.

Add dry ingredients to the bowl of your mixer and mix for one minute to blend (sugar, flour, cocoa, baking soda, baking powder, and salt)

Add butter a few slices at a time and mix until it reaches a crumbly, sandy texture. Be careful not to over-mix beyond “sandy” consistency.

In another bowl, combine sour cream, eggs, milk, and vanilla. Using a fork, mix together. This is all of your wet ingredients except for the coffee, it will be added to the batter later.

Set a timer for 1 ½ minutes and SLOWLY add half of your egg mixture to your butter/flour mixture while mixing. Start mixer on low speed then increase to medium for the remainder of the 1 ½ minutes. Do Not Mix Above Medium Speed.

Stop mixer, scrape the sides and bottom of bowl, and add half of the remaining egg mixture. Mix on medium speed for 20 seconds.

Stop mixer, scrape down the sides if necessary, and add the last of the egg mixture. Mix for 20 more seconds on medium speed.

Slowly add HOT coffee and mixing for 30 seconds to blend. Batter will be runny but that is okay!

This recipe makes about 9 1/2 cups of batter. Pour into 3 prepared 9″ pans and bake at 325 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes or until the center of the cake springs back to the touch and a toothpick comes out clean.

For the Caramel Sauce

Using a medium size sauce pan (deep enough to prevent boil over)  melt the butter over medium heat.  

Add the brown sugar and the remaining ingredients.

Stir to  blend, try to keep mixture off the sides of the pan. Once the mixture begins to boil, reduce the heat to low.

Cover the pot and simmer for 5 to 6 minutes, check the pot making sure it will not boil over.

Keep in mind that the caramel thickens as it cools.

Makes 1 cup caramel.  It can be kept in the refrigerator in an airtight container up to 2 weeks.

For the Chocolate Ganache

Place your chocolate into a microwave safe bowl.

Pour heavy cream over the chocolate and place in the microwave for 30 seconds. (Times may vary, see our note below).

Remove and stir. Microwave for 15 seconds more. Repeat in short 15 second increments as needed. When the chocolate has melted almost completely, allow it to sit for 1 minute more before stirring. Stir until you’ve reached a silky smooth consistency.

*Microwave times may vary. If you are making a smaller amount of ganache, you will reduce the microwave time. If your chocolate hasn’t melted after the 1 1/2 minutes recommended in the instructions, simply microwave in small 10-15 second increments until it has nearly completely melted. Let sit one minute, then stir until smooth.

Allow finished ganache to cool until it is a good consistency for dripping. (You can test this on the inside of your bowl. If it moves too quickly down, let it thicken a little more.

For the Dark Chocolate Buttercream

Add butter to a mixing bowl and beat for approximately 1 min. on medium speed. Add vanilla and blend into the butter. Add powdered sugar, salt, and cocoa powder.

Add most of the milk. Begin beating at low speed so you won’t have a cloud of powdered sugar in your kitchen. Beat at medium speed 1 minute. Reduce speed to low and beat an additional two to three minutes, adding remaining milk as needed.

This is my favorite chocolate frosting! Recipe can easily be doubled or halved.

This recipe makes approximately 6 cups of frosting.

Assembly of the Chocolate Turtle Cake

After placing the first chocolate cake layer on the cake base or pedestal, spread with a layer of chocolate buttercream.

Spread/drizzle with caramel, ganache, and sprinkle with toasted chopped pecans. Top with the next cake layer and repeat. Top with the final cake layer and frost the cake with Chocolate Buttercream.

Drizzle with caramel, ganache, and sprinkle with toasted pecans. Decorate as desired. I piped french tip stars around the top using a Wilton 6B tip and topped those with additional pecans. I also finished with a shell border at the base of the cake.

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Buttercream Ruffles and Shells- A Cake Video Tutorial

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In this quick cake video tutorial, we’re going to demonstrate a beautiful piping technique that incorporates buttercream ruffles and shells.

I love the look of cakes covered in buttercream piping. Today’s design has an elegant look, but the pink and green color scheme also gives it more of a casual, fun look. Keep this design in mind for birthday cakes, shower cakes, and even wedding cakes (in white or ivory)!

 

Buttercream Ruffles and Shells- Free Cake Decorating Tutorial

 

 

How to create the Buttercream Ruffles and Shells Cake Design

For today’s cake design, we’re using a petal tip 104 and star tip 21. 

This design would be beautiful on cakes of any size (including sheet cakes), but we decorated a 6 inch double barrel cake. A double barrel cake is an extra tall cake which has supports within it. 

Our cake was four layers high, with a cake cardboard halfway up and four bubble tea straw supports beneath. It is also resting on it’s own cake cardboard cut down to the size of the cake. We frosted it with our Fluffy Vanilla Buttercream (but our Classic Vanilla Buttercream is a great choice also). 

After crumb coating the cake, I began the design by piping a vertical row of ruffles. I started at the bottom of the cake and worked my way up. The small end of the piping tip was facing to the left as I used a back and forth motion to create the ruffles.

Next, I piped another row of ruffles right next to the first. This time, I worked from the top of the cake to the bottom, and the small end of my 104 piping tip was facing to the right. 

Finally, I piped a shell border using my tip 21 down the center of the two ruffles. I repeated the ruffle and shell design all the way around the cake.

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Kahlua Espresso Buttercream | My Cake School

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Today we are sharing a delicious Kahlua Espresso Buttercream which is not only easy to make, but it also tastes amazing with our Chocolate Kahlua Cake as well as any favorite chocolate or coffee flavored cakes! 

Kahlua Espresso Buttercream- So delicious!

 

 

Kahlua is a popular liqueur that contains rum, sugar, and coffee. The Kahlua and espresso flavors in this buttercream make for a wonderful combination without being overpowering. 

This creamy, flavorful Kahlua Espresso Buttercream is easy to make, works perfectly as a filling or frosting, and is the ideal consistency for piping also! We hope that you enjoy it!

 

How to Make Kahlula Espresso Buttercream Frosting

As with most of the American Buttercream recipes in our Recipes Section, this combination of butter, confectioners sugar, and flavorings can be whipped up in no time! 

*You can find the full, printable recipe further down in this post!

  1. Simply beat the slightly softened butter on medium speed until smooth. Dissolve espresso granules into 1 teaspoon hot water.                                                                                                                                                                                
  2. Add half of the powdered sugar, espresso, and half of the Kahlua. Mix at medium speed until the powdered sugar is incorporated.                                                                                                                                                                      
  3. Add the remaining powdered sugar and Kahlua and mix at medium speed another 3 to 6 minutes scraping the sides of the bowl occasionally. You will be left with a creamy, dreamy bowl of buttercream deliciousness.

 

 

Delicious Kahlua Espresso Buttercream- So good and easy to make!

 

 

Frosting too thick? Too Thin?                   

If you want to change the consistency of your frosting, it is very simple to do. If your Kahlua Espresso buttercream is too stiff, simply add a little more Kahlua or milk. If it is too thick, you can add a little more powdered sugar.

 

Cakes that Would pair well with Kahlua Espresso Buttercream

I’m always going to lean towards chocolate cakes when pairing coffee (or in this cake Kahlua Espresso) flavors of frosting. I just love that combo! My first choice is our Chocolate Kahlua Cake, but here are a few others to keep in mind!

Chocolate Kahlua Cake

Chocolate Buttermilk Cake

Chocolate Sour Cream Cake- Doctored Mix

Espresso Cake Layers (from our Tiramisu Cake)

 

Moist and Decadent Chocolate Kahlua Cake Recipe from Scratch

 

 

More Fabulous Coffee-Flavored Frostings and Cakes to Try!

If you love this recipe, make sure to check out our other coffee-infused recipes! We have a thing for coffee around here ;0) – Oh and if you love Kahlua recipes as well, you must also try our Tiramisu Cake. SO good!

Caramel Vanilla Latte Cake

Pumpkin Spice Latte Cake

Tiramisu Layer Cake

Gingerbread Latte Cake

Mocha Buttercream Frosting

Espresso Cream Cheese Frosting

Cinnamon Espresso Cream Cheese Frosting

 

Kahlua Espresso Buttercream

This delicious Kahlua Espresso Buttercream tastes amazing with coffee and cho

Ingredients

  • 3 sticks (339g) unsalted butter, slightly softened
  • 8 cups (920g) powdered sugar
  • 1/2 cup (110g) Kahlua
  • 3 teaspoons instant espresso granules dissolved in 1 teaspoon hot water

Instructions

  1. Beat the butter on medium speed until smooth. Dissolve espresso granules into 1 teaspoon hot water.
  2. Add half of the powdered sugar, espresso, and half of the Kahlua. Beat at medium speed until the powdered sugar is incorporated.
  3. Add the remaining powdered sugar and Kahlua and mix at medium speed another 3 to 6 minutes scraping the sides of the bowl occasionally.

Notes

This recipe makes 6 cups of frosting, enough to fill and frost a three layer 8 inch cake with borders.

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Chocolate Kahlua Cake | My Cake School

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Today’s decadent Chocolate Kahlua Cake consists of moist chocolate cake layers brushed with Kahlua, and filled and frosted with a creamy Kahlua espresso buttercream frosting.

 

Chocolate Kahlua Cake Recipe- Super moist, decadent, and delicious!

Kahlua is a popular liqueur that contains rum, sugar, and coffee. When paired with our rich chocolate cake layers, the combination of flavors is perfection.

We’ve also used Kahlua in another favorite cake recipe- Our Tiramisu Cake! It’s a great way to add just a little something extra to your coffee or chocolate recipes.

The recipe for our Chocolate Kahlua cake layers is based on our Classic Chocolate Cake recipe (yummm) with the addition of Kahlua. 

We brushed the cake layers with a Kahlua Espresso Syrup and frosted with our Kahlua Espressso Buttercream, lending just the right amount of Kahlua flavor to this dessert.

The Kahlua flavor in this recipe is subtle yet unmistakable- and of course, you can adjust amounts to your liking! This “grown up” chocolate cake is sure to make any special occasion feel even more special. We hope that you enjoy it!

Moist and Decadent Chocolate Kahlua Cake Recipe from Scratch

 

 

How to Make a Chocolate Kahlua Cake

Freezing (optional): Freezing is a step that I do with all of my cakes whenever time allows because wrapping and freezing the freshly baked cake layers while still warm makes them extra moist.  

After baking the chocolate cake layers, I allowed them to cool (still in the pans) on a cooling rack for about five minutes before flipping them onto individually foil-wrapped cake boards. I then wrapped each cake layer with plastic wrap and foil and placed in the freezer. 

I like to wrap and freeze my cake layers while they are still warm- and leave them for at least 3 hours (up to three months is fine)! 

The Kahlua Espresso Frosting is an American Buttercream  frosting that combines butter, confectioners sugar, and in this case a little espresso and Kahlua as well! It is smooth and creamy, super easy to make, and it pipes perfectly!

 

Kahlula Espresso Buttercream

 

The Kahlua Espresso Syrup: This syrup or glaze is a combination of Kahlua, espresso granules, and a touch of confectioners sugar. Once dissolved, simply brush over your cake layers to give the cake an added layer of Kahlua flavor.  

Assembly: When you are ready to begin to assemble the cake, place the first (thawed) cake layer on your cake base or pedestal. Brush the Kahlua Syrup over the layer (you can poke small holes into the cake layer with a wooden skewer to help it seep in).

 

This Chocolate Kahlua Cake Recipe is the best!

Spread with a layer of the Kahlua Espresso Buttercream, and repeat these steps for the next two cake layers.

Chocolate Kahlua Cake Recipe

 

 

 

Settling Option:  The next step is optional but one that I always try to make time for- especially when the cake will be frosted & decorated with a smooth rather than textured finish. All cakes settle a little bit, becoming slightly shorter over time.

This is bad news if it happens after you’ve applied a final, smooth coat of frosting to the cake as it causes bulges around the sides.

Luckily, there’s a fix for this- settle the cake in advance. After filling your cake layers (but before frosting), wrap the assembled, unfrosted cake with plastic wrap and place a “weight” on top.

The weight could be a couple of stacked cake pans, or thin book, etc. You want something that will add a light, steady pressure to the top of the cake-  Be careful not to add too much weight, you don’t want to crush your cake. After at least a few hours or overnight, unwrap and proceed as usual! 

 

Delicious Chocolate Kahlua Cake Recipe from Scratch

 

Frosting and Decorating:

Frost the cake however you like! This batch of Kahlua frosting is enough to fill, frost, an add decorative borders, etc.

Hot Knife Method of Smoothing Option: I frosted my cake as usual, first with a thin crumb coat of buttercream. Then I froze the cake to firm it up for about 15 minutes before following with my second coat of frosting.

I smoothed over the frosting with my bench scraper, getting it as smooth as possible and placed in the freezer again for about 15-20 minutes. This step is optional, but useful if you want a super smooth finish around the sides.

Remove from the freezer, heat your metal bench scraper or spatula under very hot water, dry, and glide over any imperfections. You may need to add a little fresh buttercream here and there in problem areas and glide over with the hot bench scraper. The heat softens and smooths the buttercream as you go.

Borders: For the top border, I used a 2D piping tip to pipe a chunky shell border. For the bottom border, I piped a bead border using a small round tip 3. Then I created another bead border just above it. Finally, using my tip 3, I added dots over the top of the cake.  

 

Moist and Decadent Chocolate Kahlua Cake Recipe from Scratch

 

Chocolate Kahlua Cake

This decadent Chocolate Kahlua cake is sure to please a crowd!

Ingredients

For the Cake

  • I use the reverse creaming method with this recipe
  • 2 cups (400g) granulated sugar
  • 2 3/4 cup (322g) all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup (82g) unsweetened cocoa (lightly spoon into cup then sift)
  • 2 teaspoons ((10g) baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon (2g) baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon (2g) salt
  • 1 cup (2 sticks) (226g) unsalted butter, softened (do not soften in microwave) I cut the butter into 1 inch pieces onto waxed paper leaving on the countertop for 8 to 10 minutes it will still be quite cool when adding to the dry ingredients. If it becomes too soft, just refrigerate a few minutes
  • 1/4 cup (54g) vegetable oil
  • 4 large eggs at room temperature
  • 1/2 cup (110g) milk
  • 1/2 cup (110g) Kahlua
  • 1 teaspoon (4g) vanilla extract
  • 1 cup (220g) hot coffee, it can be instant or brewed

For the Kahlua Syrup

  • 3/4 cup (165g) hot espresso coffee or strong coffee (brewed or instant)
  • 1/4 cup (55g) Kahlua
  • 2 Tablespoons powdered sugar

For the Kahlua Espresso Buttercream

  • 3 sticks (339g) unsalted butter, slightly softened
  • 8 cups (920g) powdered sugar
  • 1/2 cup (110g) Kahlua
  • 3 teaspoons espresso granules dissolved in 1 teaspoon hot water

Instructions

For the Chocolate Kahlua Cake Layers

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees

    1. Grease and flour THREE 8 inch cake pans
    2. In a mixing bowl, add the dry ingredients: sugar, flour, cocoa, baking soda, baking powder, and salt. Whisk for 1 minute to blend.
    3. Add softened butter a few pieces at a time while the mixer is on low speed. Mix until the dry ingredients look like coarse sand and the dry ingredients are moistened. Scrape the bottom and sides of the bowl.
    4. In a separate bowl whisk the eggs, milk , Kahlua, oil and vanilla until blended.
    5. Method is important when using the Reverse Creaming Method. With the mixer on low speed, SLOWLY add approximately 1/2 of the egg and milk mixture to the dry ingredients. Increase the speed to medium and mix for 1 1/2 minutes at medium speed. Don’t mix above medium speed. Scrape the bottom and sides of bowl. Add the remaining egg mixture in 2 pourings, beating for 20 seconds after each pour. Scrape the sides and bottom of bowl.
    6. Slowly add the cup of hot coffee and mix another 30 seconds until blended. The batter will be very runny. Don’t worry!
    7. Pour into 3 prepared 8″ pans and bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes or until the center of the cake springs back to the touch and a toothpick comes out clean.
    8. Cool the cakes 10 minutes on a rack and then turn out of the pans.

    *Yields approx 9 cups of batter.

    For the Kahlua Espresso Syrup

    Mix coffee, Kahlua and powdered sugar and set aside to cool.

    For the Kahlua Espresso Buttercream

    1. Beat the butter on medium speed until smooth. Dissolve espresso granules into 1 teaspoon hot water.
    2. Add half of the powdered sugar, espresso, and half of the Kahlua. Beat at medium speed until the powdered sugar is incorporated.
    3. Add the remaining powdered sugar and Kahlua and mix at medium speed another 3 to 6 minutes scraping the sides of the bowl occasionally.
    4. This recipe makes 6 cups of frosting, enough to fill and frost a three layer 8 inch cake with borders.

    If your consistency is too thin, add more powdered sugar. If too thick, add a bit more water or milk, a teaspoon at a time.

    Assembly of Chocolate Kahlua Cake

    Place the first layer on the cake base or pedestal. Brush over the top with Kahlua Espresso Syrup. Follow with a layer of the Kahlua Espresso Buttercream, and repeat for the next two layers.

    (I frosted the cake and added top border with a 2D piping tip, and bead borders around the base with a small round 3 tip.)

 

Chocolate Kahlua Cake

 

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The Best Lemon Cakes, Fillings, and Frostings!

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If you love lemon as much as we do, this roundup of the best lemon cakes, fillings, and frostings is for you! 

 

A Roundup of our Favorite Lemon Cakes & Frostings!

 

There’s just something about lemon– no matter what time of year, lemon cakes are always at the top of my list of favorite desserts for any occasion (or no occasion at all). 

We’ve made so many lemon cakes over the years- from lemon layer cakes to amazing lemon fillings, to fantastic cakes that pair lemon with coconut, lime, strawberry, blueberry, and more!  

Enjoy scrolling through all of the lemony goodness! We hope that you find a recipe that inspires you to run to the kitchen and whip up something delicious.

Sharing a collection of our favorite lemon cake recipes, frostings, and fillings!

Favorite Lemon Cakes & Frostings!

 

Thanks so much for stopping by our site today! If you give any of these lemon recipes a try we would love to hear what you think!

 

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We refer to them as spring & summer cakes as they are especially popular in the warmer months, but just as with lemon cakes, these delicious recipes are in demand year-round! (From strawberry cake to pineapple cake, orange dreamsicle and more!)

The Best Cake Recipes for Spring and Summer

 

 

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