I'm hoping to get some input into how to achieve this. I am making a pillow cake for one of my husband's co-workers. It is for her daughter's birthday. I originally made red velvet cake for them to taste, and everyone loved it. However, other family members asked for a second flavor, chocolate. Yes, I know that red velvet is chocolate, but they are insistent on a standard chocolate cake along with the red velvet.
That said, any ideas on how to do two flavors with the pillow cakes? Should I just create the main cake (larger) in red velvet and create a smaller cake in chocolate to stack? I'm at a bit of a loss on how to achieve the two flavors and could use some pro insight.
Thank you in advance!!
Do top and bottom or half and half.
Do the top RV, and the bottom C....or...... take the single layer of each flavor, cut it in half and make the two halves one flavor and stick it together.
Thanks for the info! Yeah, I've decided to do the half/half route. The person asked specifically for that rather than top and bottom. Thanks again!