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Posted by / 27-Jul-2017 22:43

This presents me with the option to use an old Weight Watchers trick—the one-point cupcake. And of course, you can use any white cake recipe you’d like. When you’re three colours in, start doing the reverse with the other pan.

Except I’m making a cake and I created my own frosting. I’ve seen it done before, but I swear I made it up first! This is just how I make it because I have delusions of wearing size 2 someday. Since I’m going in rainbow order: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, I got from red to yellow in the first pan, then purple, blue, green in the second.

If you have no idea what I’m talking about and would like to see about a hojillion rainbow cakes, and a rainbow cheesecake, please check out the thread that put this on my radar.

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I totally saw this on Something Awful’s Goons with Spoons Rainbow Cake thread, way to steal the idea, asshole. And in fact, I posted my original rainbow cake there.

Though I don’t need to defend my method thanks to the double-dub (WW) aspect, even when I make a “real” cake I usually use box mix because let’s face it: Betty’s been doing it way longer than I have, and has pretty much perfected the art.

There are 8 oz in a cup, so 64/6 = 10 to 11 oz, or 1 cup 2 tbsp. For the first colour into the pan, measure out 2/3 to 3/4 of your mix (in this case about 1 c) as close to the middle as you can.

Drop in your first three colours, then work on the other pan with the last three colours.

So if you’re doing rainbow order, the first pan should have red, then orange, then yellow, and now the purple, blue and green go into the second pan.

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These questions apply to any cake, so please don’t blame your epic fail on me. I don’t know why you would, you certainly wouldn’t be saving much in the way of calories, and I don’t really think your kids need more sugar.