I would really like to make this cake i have this weekend ozzz green goo when its sliced... Anyone have any ideas?? Please and thank you!!
How about filling it with vanilla pudding that you've died green? You dont show a picture so not sure of the shape you could take the bottom layer-make it thicker than top and kind of make a trough-scoop out some of the cake evenly leaving a wall, then crumb coat it so the pudding doesnt absorb, fill with the green pudding and top with the top layer.
Well, my nephew and I made cupcakes that oozed green goo - we filled them with vanilla pudding that we had colored green...don't know if that helps....
Green pudding maybe? Or could you do like a molten cake and make a ganache but color it green.
If you don't want to worry about it being shelf-stable, how about taking a light colored jam (like apricot, marmalade, peach, etc.) and coloring that green! You could put a ton of it between layers with a jam dam and it will stay in there until you cut and then...BLOB!!!!
james martin, a celeb chef in the uk, made something with some kind of green tea weird flavour ganache inside chocolate sponge thing. a bit vague, but it sprang to my mind!
The cake is for a shrek themed cake. It will be a 6 and 8 in rounds.... I like the green pudding idea, but would it come out enough?? I would be afraid to make it too loose that it would absorb in the cake, i guess if it was extremley thick i would work?
The cupcakes I made were goopy enough without being a total mess - the nine year old boys loved them.
I made a skull that oozed green and a heart that oozed red, I used piping gel and colored. Then just poked holes in the cake with a tip and piped it in, the birthday boy said it oozed all over. Hope that helps.