Ugly Sweater Cake #Christmas #Cake

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It’s Christmas time and additionally unpleasant Sweater season! have you ever ever been to an unsightly Sweater birthday party? a whole lot of you maximum probably realize what I’m speaking about, however just in case, let me provide an explanation for. Its a party wherein every body attending wears an unsightly sweater (also referred to as a Christmas sweater with lots of various colors and goofy holiday decorations all over it). to tell you the reality, I secretly love “unsightly” Christmas sweaters and that i’m so satisfied that those parties are in style now, in order that i will wear fun, festive sweaters and no longer experience embarassed. (Shhhh! Don’t inform. thank you!)

For the cake

  • 1 yellow cake mix prepared according to package instructions
  • For the frosting
  • 1 cup 2 sticks unsalted butter, softened at room temperature
  • 3-4 cups powdered sugar
  • 1/4 cup heavy cream
  • 2 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract use clear vanilla flavoring for whiter frosting
  • Red food coloring paste
For the decoration
  • 1 package NESTLÉ® BUTTERFINGER® Jingle Bells
  • 1 package NESTLÉ® CRUNCH® Jingles
  • Chocolate chips
  • Holiday candies
  • Green fondant

  1. put together cake in line with package commands. let cool absolutely. If viable, refrigerate protected for a few hours to make it easy to paintings with whilst frosting, however you could bypass this step in case you're in a hurry. region cake on a large platter or cake board.
  2. Make the frosting:
  3. Beat softened butter on medium speed with an electric or stand mixer. Beat for 3 minutes till smooth and creamy. upload powdered sugar, cream, and vanilla extract with the mixer jogging on low. growth to excessive velocity and beat for 3 mins. upload greater powdered sugar if frosting is just too thin or greater cream if combination is just too thick. Reserve about 1 half cups of frosting to maintain white, then shade the rest red. (note: I used 2 heaping teaspoons of the "no flavor" purple food coloring paste. It looks like it isn't red enough at the beginning, however gets darker after it sits for awhile.)
  4. Reserve 1/3 cup of red frosting, then use the rest to frost the cake. Refrigerate for one hour.
  5. meanwhile place half of the white frosting in a pastry bag geared up with a #five tip and the alternative half of the frosting outfitted with a #1M tip. Fill a 3rd pastry bag geared up with a #three tip with the final pink frosting.
  6. Pipe a "V" form at the pinnacle of cake with the #1M tip after which a line down the middle. Create string designs with the #five tip. Roll out a half" x 1" rectangle of green fondant for the label. Pipe the phrase "ugly" in red. upload the NESTLÉ® Jingles and holiday goodies. surround the bottom of the cake with the extra NESTLÉ® Jingles. Use chocolate chips for buttons.
  7. Serve at once or keep blanketed inside the refrigerator for up to a few days.

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