How Do I Make The Inside Of My Cake Multicolored?

Baking By samsgirl Updated 27 May 2010 , 3:53pm by nonilm

samsgirl Posted 27 May 2010 , 5:38am
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I am going to be making a grad cake tomorrow and was wondering how to make the inside of my cake multi colored.. i assumed i added color to the batter in pieces and poored it in on top of each other but seems like it would mix together.. any ideas please..

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karateka Posted 27 May 2010 , 5:42am
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I would do it just like that. Don't stir after you put it all in the pan, unless you want to marbelize it.

samsgirl Posted 27 May 2010 , 5:44am
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no i dont want it to marble just be different colors

noahsmummy Posted 27 May 2010 , 6:02am
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yeah, just do it like that. i did the inside of my sons marbeled and thats how i did it, then just ran a skewer thorugh it. just do decent blobs or it will melt together.

KimAZ Posted 27 May 2010 , 3:31pm
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I just did this recently by mixing 6 colors in seperate bowls then pouring 3 colors into one pan and the other 3 into the other pan. For example, pour yellow first, then orange, then red right on top of each other. They will spread out and fill the pan just fine. In the second pan, pour purple, blue, green in the same way.

It works perfectly!


nonilm Posted 27 May 2010 , 3:53pm
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I recently did this with a camouflage cake (in my photos). I used a spoon to put the different color batters in the pan in blobs.

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