Pink Cake Flavors

Baking By jeune-jaune-jean Updated 29 Jan 2011 , 10:05am by Evoir

jeune-jaune-jean Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 12:46am
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Greetings to all,

I am doing a Cake for a breast cancer fundraiser, I want to be all pink, however, I want the cake to be different flavors.

Does anybody have suggestions for a combination of pink colored flavors
(fillings also will be appreciated)

25 replies
suzylynn58 Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 12:55am
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Strawberry, cherry chip, pink champagne...just off the top of my head.

jeune-jaune-jean Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 1:00am
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UM.. pink champagne? Um lets just say I will have trouble aquiring one specific ingredient due to a law. Any other of the top of your head?

bohemiagetsajob Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 1:07am
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pink lemonade?

ChunkkeeMunkkee Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 1:08am
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Why not make all kinds of flavors like lemon, vanilla, etc and add food coloring to the batter if you can't find "pink" flavors and name them in "Pink Names" like Pink Lemonade for lemon etc?? Color some coconut and toss over pink butter cream (on a pink vanilla cake and call it "Coco Poof". Girly things like that.... Hope I made sense. Hope I could help. icon_biggrin.gif

grams Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 1:11am
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Red raspberry. White cake with pink coloring and raspberry flavoring.

jeune-jaune-jean Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 1:20am
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ok so I have pink lemonade. red rasberry, cherry chip. Does that sound good for a three layered cake?

Goonergirl Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 1:33am
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I make a pink cotton candy flavour by substituting regular sugar with cotton candy sugar. It's a best seller for me!

KrissieCakes Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 1:57am
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Pink Velvet? It is the same recipe as red velvet, but you omit the cocoa powder and use pink coloring instead of red!

jeune-jaune-jean Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 2:03am
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well great everybody! Thanks I have 5 flavors so far!

I might be able to do 2 cakes! Now any suggestions for complimenting fillings?

can you use buttercream and cream cheese on a crumbcoat for the same cake?

Evoir Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 2:11am
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Never done it, but pink musk candy is popular amongst some people, so maby pink musk?

(PS I have no idea where to obtain pink musk flavour!!!)

jeune-jaune-jean Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 2:16am
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Pink Musk? Do you have a recipe for that?

mbark Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 2:31am
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pink champagne is the bomb!! you don't have to use actual alcohol, just candy flavoring. it's one of my best sellers. of course it's awesome with a strawberry mousse filling.

mbark Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 2:32am
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pink champagne is the bomb!! you don't have to use actual alcohol, just candy flavoring. it's one of my best sellers. of course it's awesome with a strawberry mousse filling.

mbark Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 2:32am
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pink champagne is the bomb!! you don't have to use actual alcohol, just candy flavoring. it's one of my best sellers. of course it's awesome with a strawberry mousse filling.

mbark Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 2:33am
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pink champagne is the bomb!! you don't have to use actual alcohol, just candy flavoring. it's one of my best sellers. of course it's awesome with a strawberry mousse filling.

jeune-jaune-jean Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 3:35am
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what is the name of the candy flavoring for it?

mbark Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 5:06am
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the one I get at my cake store is "champagne"

scp1127 Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 12:07pm
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I am providing the dessert for a breast cancer fund raiser dinner in two weeks. I am a scratch baker, so food coloring won't look like what I usually bake. I am making vanilla custard cupcakes (no liner). They will be cut in half and spread with raspberry puree infused with kahlua. The same puree is added to the french buttercream and they are topped with a raspberry.

Evoir Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 10:06pm
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scp1127, that sounds divine!

Is the vanilla custard cake batter like Buddy's? ie, Italian custard vanilla cake.

sillywabbitz Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 10:24pm
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Lorann's makes a champagne flavor oil that I've used in a champagne cake. The recipe is here, https://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4f9hbq_46cs9f28fs

It does use real champagne but I think if you used water instead of champagne and upped the champagne flavoring you would be OK.

Evoir Posted 27 Jan 2011 , 11:03pm
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If you can find Moet champagne liquer, it is superb also.

To drink...not for cakes. Or maybe, to drink WHILE you are making cakes?

(j/k)

scp1127 Posted 28 Jan 2011 , 3:12pm
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Evoir, yes it's Buddy's. It made perfect cupcakes. They bake a little longer than regular batter cupcakes and they don't brown, so you have to watch that first batch. They also don't rise alot. After my test cupcake, I filled them to 1/4 to the top. The batter is so thin that I could use that batter cup from BB&B (usually batters are too thick) and that was a huge time saver. But test yourself because I make my custard extremely thick, so you may have different results. They also taste better about 5 hours after they are baked.

jeune-jaune-jean Posted 28 Jan 2011 , 8:55pm
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By buddy do you mean Buddy Valastro?

patticake1951 Posted 28 Jan 2011 , 9:28pm
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I made a strawberry margarita flavored cake,and put some real strawberries in the batter.Topped with strawberry margarita frosting. I just used the drink mix without the tequila in it in place of half of the other liquids.

Evoir Posted 29 Jan 2011 , 10:05am
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Yes, Buddy Valastro icon_smile.gif

Thanks for that, scp1127! Haven't tried it yet, but am planning to this week. The advice is very much appreciated icon_smile.gif

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