AHello everyone, maybe some of you can help me out. I've made alcohol cakes but none with vodka. What would be the best cake flavor to use with vodka? I know that taste of some cakes will not taste well with certain alcohols.
AVodka is a flavorless alcohol. Unless you are using flavored vodka.then just use whatever complements thst flavor
AThanks alot. Your response was greatly appreciated. I am getting ready to bake it now.
They make a birthday cake flavored vodka don't they? I think that would be pretty cool to try with a vanilla/yellow cake!
I recently made a chocolate cake with chocolate cake-flavored vodka infused in the cake, once it was baked. It was in honor of a 50th birthday and the client loved it.
...also Smirnoff makes a caramel vodka that is delicious, and I think that would make an excellent dessert too!
AI guess my comment was only half helpful. Here are some liqours and cakes that go well together. Chocolate - kahlua, creme de menthe, kirsch, chamborde, rum, grandmarnier, frangelico (my favorite). Vanilla - brandy, rum, grand marnier, bourbon. Limoncello amaretto Red velvet... hmmm. I bet brandy might be a nice accent to cream cheese frosting. If youre making tres leches or a white chocolate cake, I'd have to say brandy. With tres leches I like to add a tbspn or two of brandy to the three milks and IT. IS. SO. GOOD.
Fill glass with ice, pour vodka over ice, squeeze generously with fresh lime, fill with tonic water --- oh wait, that's something else :)
AThen bake! Hah :p