How to make a Mother’s Day Cake + EASY Cake Message HACK | RECIPE

How to make a Mother’s Day Cake + EASY Cake Message HACK | RECIPE

– Hello, everybody, welcome back, welcome to day one of my Valentine’s, not Valentine’s day, whoa, no. Welcome to day one of my
Mother’s Day theme week where I’m gonna be uploading
a Mother’s Day theme recipe every single day this week
from Monday to Friday. So we’re starting off
with a Mother’s Day cake, which is a raspberry vanilla cake with “Happy Mother’s Day” written on top, and I am going to show
you this super easy hack, on how to pipe lettering on cake, so easy and fail-safe, literally anybody can
do this so don’t worry, you don’t need a study
hand, anybody can do this. So let’s get started. First to bake the cake you wanna
place some butter and sugar in a bowl and beat with an electric mixer until it’s pale and fluffy. (light uplifting music) Add some vanilla bean seeds
and eggs, one at a time, mixing with each addition. (light uplifting music) In a separate bowl, mix together some flour, baking soda, and salt. Then add this to the butter
mixture in two additions, alternating with some sour cream. (light uplifting music) Divide the batter between
two greased and floured 9-inch round cake pans. Bake at 350 degrees
Fahrenheit for 25-30 minutes, or until a skewer inserted
into the cake comes out clean. Once they’re cool you wanna
slice the tops and bottoms off of each cake to create a flat cake, and remove any excess browning. So this is just gonna
make it look prettier when you slice it. Then slice each cake in half
to create two layers per cake. (light uplifting music) Throw some raspberry jam onto the cake and then spread some vanilla buttercream for the filling on top. And I’ll have the recipe
for the buttercream included in this cake recipe which is linked in the description box below. Then repeat with the other
two layers of the cake and then coat the cake evenly
in some more buttercream. (light uplifting music) Then you wanna print
out from your computer any kind of message that you’d
like to pipe onto the cake. I place it on a small baking
sheet and then place the sheet of parchment paper on top and secure it to the baking sheet with some buttercream. And then place the
buttercream in a piping bag fitted with a really
small round piping tip, and then just trace the
message with the buttercream, going over it multiple times
to create thick letters. And so you want them to be thick because we’re gonna be
transferring this onto the cake, so the thicker the letters, the
more easier it is to handle. Then you wanna pop this entire
baking sheet into the freezer and freeze until the
buttercream is frozen solid for about 30 minutes. Then use tweezers or a fork
to gently peel the buttercream off the parchment paper
and then place this directly onto the cake. And don’t worry if it breaks, you can easily piece them
together on the cake, so don’t worry. Then you wanna place
some extra buttercream for the decorations in piping bags fitted with any star-shaped piping tip or a leaf-shaped piping tip, and then decorate the
perimeter of the cake with a bunch of different sizes
and make it look all pretty. And you are done. So thank you, guys, so much for watching. I hope that you liked this recipe. Make sure to stay tuned tomorrow for an all-new Mother’s Day theme recipe. And if you’re not subscribed, please hit that subscribe
button so you get notified when that video goes live. So I’ll see you guys tomorrow. Bye!

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  1. @pankobunny Caylaa is the quantities for the buttercream enough to make those flowers in the end? Thank youu , I'm gonna make this one for Mother's Day ~ Looks adorable & delicious !

  2. Thank you so much for this recipe! I’m making this for my mom for Mother’s Day. It’s currently 7 in the morningπŸ˜‚

  3. I feel like if you reverse the image, you can freeze the message and then put it on the cake all in one piece and then pull off the parchment paper.

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