White Raspberry Cake
- 2 egg whites
- 1 C milk
- 3 t vanilla
- 3 C cake flour, sifted
- 4 t baking powder
- 1 1/2 C sugar
- 1 t salt
- 12 T unsalted butter
In a small bowl, combine egg whites, 1/4 C milk and vanilla. Mix and set aside. In large mixing bowl, combine the flour, baking powder, sugar and salt and beat on low speed until incorporated. Add the butter and remaining milk to the dry ingredients and mix on low speed until moistened. Increase speed and gradually add the egg white mixture (in 3 batches), beating well after each addition. Pour into pans and bake 30 minutes until top springs back when lightly touched.
- 2 C shortening
- 8 T butter
- 1/3 C heavy whipping cream
- 2 t raspberry extract
- 8 C powdered sugar
To assemble: Cut each cooled cake in half to form 2 layers. I put a dollop of buttercream down on my patter first, to secure the first layer. Top with raspberry jam then add another cake layer, topping with buttercream. Add another cake layer, repeat with raspberry jam and add last cake layer. Tint the remaining buttercream frosting if you want to get a soft pink color and frost entire cake. I embellished with edible pearls and piped icing.
Incredible is right!! What a beautiful cake. Raspberry is one of my all time favorites. Nicely done!
Yummy looking cake :)
I love the raspberry filling in this gorgeous cake. I'm sure that your daughter loved it, perfect for an eight year old.
A pink cake filled with raspberries? Sounds like a perfect birthday cake, so pretty.
Great job with this cake and I especially love the different colored layers, and the sprinkles on top! ;)
Pretty cake indeed,so cute....
I bet taste is incredible:)
That is one gorgeous cake! I can see why it disappeared quickly!!! Yum!!
What a fabulous cake! Happy birthday to Miss Emma :)
Lovely cake. The raspberry jam is an excellent touch.
Yum. That looks so good.
Gorgeous looking cake!
Ok, when I saw the whole cake I said, "yeah, that's pretty." I'm not a pink cake kind of person though. Then I saw the cut version with the raspberry jam in there and it went up to the "oh my gosh" level. It looks outstanding!
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