Rainbow Cloud Cake ~ Festive cake that starts with a box mix and end ups as a Rainbow Cake with Sweet & Fluffy Whipped Cream Clouds!
Let’s talk frosting. Yay or nay?
I just can’t get over the fact that some of you are most definitely say nay. I am not one of those people. The frosting to cake ratio in my dreams is the cake is just the vessel for the frosting. Yes I’m the lady who wants the corner piece and I will fight the little kids for it.
I’m not lying. Ok, well I’ll behave myself in public but in all actuality in my mind I’m saying, “GIMME THE CORNER PIECE!!” So if you have me over and serve cake just remember that and I won’t have to hurt anyone.
Glad we got that straight.
Now if you haven’t noticed this amazing Rainbow Cloud Cake does not have frosting.
I know right? I was soooo worried about this. In fact I bought a can of frosting for it so after I took the pictures with the cute little whipped cream cloud I could pile on the frosting. Yes, yes I totally did this. Like I said. I love me some frosting.
As I was going to serve this cake to my hubs and his brother I said, “Would you like me to frost it?” In my mind I’m going you better SAY YES! The hubs is not a mind reader and said no I think I’d like it with the whipped cream, so I served it that way.
And it was AMAZING. Seriously. I did not need frosting. The whipped cream has just a little powdered sugar and vanilla in it and it’s perfectly sweet, light and fluffy.
I’m telling you. Don’t worry about the frosting with this cake. You do not need it. It has made me question my frosting affair all together.
So now while you go gather your ingredients to make this fabulous Rainbow Cloud Cake I’m going to go ponder my obsession with frosting and come to terms with the fact I cheated on it with whipped cream.
Recipe from: Taste of Home
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