Sunday, January 1, 2012

Devil's Food Cake with Angel Frosting -- Happy New Year!


Happy New Year!  I hope everyone stopping by has had a wonderful holiday season filled with lots of happy memories!  As much as I want to blog regularly, it seems like every year around the holidays I just can't find the time.  I try not to stress about it and just enjoy the holidays as they seem to fly by so fast.  New Year's Day has arrived and I'm posting a delicious cake from the book Baked Explorations, Devil's Food Cake with Angel Frosting. 


This cake was our January 1st pick for the group Club: BAKED, thank you to Natalie at Just About Food for this choice.  This is my second time baking and blogging about a Devil's Food Cake, you can see my first version, from the book Baking From My Home To Yours, here -- Devil's Food White Out Cake, baked for the group Tuesdays with Dorie.  That time I used a really neat pan set that has a heart tunnel of frosting through the middle. That was my first time making this type of frosting and I absolutely loved it!  It tastes like creamy marshmallow fluff, yum!


This time I went with three 9 inch round cake pans, the recipe calls for two 8 inch pans, but I could only find one 8 inch pan and didn't feel like looking that hard, my set of three 9 inch ones were right where they should be so they got used instead, naughty 8 inch pans taking off on my like that :) I did decrease the baking time to twenty minutes for the three pans and that worked perfectly. 

This cake was absolutely delicious, so moist and chocolaty.  I am usually not a big chocolate cake fan, but this one was really good.  I would make it again if someone requested a Devil's Food Cake, I think this recipe is just perfect. 


My daughter picked which sprinkles to decorate the cake with for a New Year's Eve dessert.  Everyone really enjoyed this cake!  Wishing you a very happy New Year from my family to yours! Looking forward to blogging more and visiting more blogs and sharing lots of delicious recipes in the new year :)

8 comments:

Gloria said...

Happy New Year! Your cake looks great, and I love the sprinkles on top. A sweet touch.

I know what you mean about blogging and the holidays...it's been hit or miss. But I finally feel like I'm back on track! This recipe was the perfect way to start the new year.

I really enjoyed the angel frosting. Will definitely be making it again.

Words Of Deliciousness said...

This cake looks delicious. I hope you had a a Happy New Year!

makincakin.com said...

Your cake looks wonderful. Your daughter made a great choice with those sprinkles! We also loved this recipe.

JRoll said...

Your cake looks great- love the sprinkles! I made cupcakes instead, but I think I'll make try the cake next time. Happy New Year!

Flourchild said...

The cake looks delicious! I love the sprinkles your daughter picked! I baked a German chocolate cake and a sweet potato pie for New Years. I am looking fwd to some good baking days this year!
Happy New year!

Lorraine said...

Looks delicious! I know what you mean about finding time for blogging... let's say that is a New Year's resolution of mine!

Alexis said...

I agree, this recipe was delicious and def worth making next time a devil's food cake is needed! Your cake looks veryyy yummy!! Happy 2012!

Julie said...

Your cake looks beautiful. Love the sprinkles, good choice by your daughter! Happy New Year!

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