How to Make a Tie Dye Cake This Spring

 

The weather is warming up, flowers are blooming, and winter is (hopefully) behind us. I’ve been enjoying baking cakes anyway, but this time I decided I wanted to whip up a lovely cake to celebrate spring! In this tutorial, I’m going to show you the way I made a tie dye cake in springtime colors. This method works with any combination of colors you like, so a tie dye cake can be the centerpiece of any theme you choose. Let’s get started!

Cake 1

 

Besides the normal cake-making ingredients, such as milk, eggs, and butter, you’ll need food coloring. I chose neon colors and used three: blue, pink, and green. You’ll need to use a white cake mix for this method to work, so make sure that’s what you grab. If you want some extra fun, pick up some cute springtime sprinkles and a bright icing. I chose blue for this cake, but you can absolutely color some icing with food coloring yourself. For a tutorial on how to make a super yummy cake, click here.

Cake 2

Mix your ingredients and cake mix as you normally would, but instead of putting the batter in your cake pan, separate the batter equally into three bowls.

Cake 3

Add as much food coloring to your batter as you like until you have the colors that you want for your cake. Mix the food coloring in well.

Cake 4

Once your batter is ready, spoon each color in like the image above. Fill the cake pan.

Cake 5

Once your cake pan is filled with batter, bake the cake as you would according to package directions.

Cake 6

And there you have it! Let your cake cool and then you can ice it, and apply sprinkles.

Cake 7

Isn’t that an awesome effect? You can make tons of different possibilities with this method, like a camo cake, a cake made from different shades of the same color, or a different combination of colors to make an autumn or winter-themed cake once those seasons come back.

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