I’m going to get a little disgusting for a minute. So stop reading if you don’t want to be grossed out.
If you eat this, your poop will be green.
I warned you!
This cake is a play on a Red Velvet cake, but instead of red, we’re using the black dye for the cake! It’s perfect for a spooky Halloween cake . . . which is bound to impress your family, guests, or coworkers.
But remember, if you don’t want to be asked uncomfortable whispered questions in the hallway at work, “Um, Jenn? Was there something in that cake that… maybe…might have…um…?”.
Black Velvet Cake, Part 1
Black Velvet Cake, Part 2
In this part of the cake series, we use the Cricut Cake! **Curses** Now, as you may know, my Cricut Cake can be slightly temperamental, but, thanks to the beauty of video, it appears flawlessly executed! If you are currently “bargaining” with your Cricut Cake, YOU WILL GET THROUGH IT!! In this video, we are using Photofrost Icing Sheets which we airbrushed black to match the cake theme of bats and Halloween.
The beauty of using the Cricut with icing sheets is that they tend to travel through the Cricut smoother and is cut easier than a fondant/gum paste mixture. It is more like true paper. Using the icing sheets makes for less time spent rolling, setting up, tearing, re-rolling, re-setting….etc!