Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Rainbow Tie Dye Cake

Today I am sharing a cake that is guaranteed to brighten your day!
Look at all those beautiful RAINBOW colors...


This cake combines the awesomeness of tie dye and rainbows...
Doesn't it make you smile?

I used the cake coloring technique (not the recipe) found at Omnomicon.
I wanted the outside of my cake to be as colorful as the inside,
so I added my own tie dye design to the top.

Start by preparing a white cake mix.
Divide it into 6 bowls, and make each bowl a different rainbow color.


Line the bottom of two 9 inch cake pans with wax paper, and grease the sides.
Layer your cake batter in concentric circles.

Use about 3/4 of the bowl for your bottom color,
then use a little less of each color as you continue.
Layer your second cake pan in the opposite order.



Bake your cake as directed on the box.
Let the cake cool, then frost with your favorite white frosting.
(I put blue frosting in between the layers, just to add more color.)

Next, you need food coloring gel in your 6 rainbow colors.


Make concentric circles with the gel on the top of your cake.
( I started with red on the outside, and used it again when I got to the center.)


Time to make some cake art!
Using a small, flat paintbrush (new or only used for food),
start at the center circle and brush toward the outside of your cake.

You will need to stop and clean your brush a LOT!
Just wipe it on a paper towel.
Otherwise, the blue and green will overpower the other colors.

This is how I did it:
Red
Purple
Blue
(clean brush)
Green
(clean brush)
Yellow
Orange
Red
(clean brush)


Repeat the same process in the gaps between your "spokes".
Continue until all the white frosting is covered, and there aren't any gel blobs.
 

Want to see the inside?


Rainbow-licious!


Wishing you Peace, Love and Cake!
 Enjoy!

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160 comments:

  1. That is just so awesome! Love it! Perfect for a kid's birthday :) I'd love for you to share with my readers if you get a chance: http://www.momontimeout.com/2012/02/taking-timeout-thursday-no17.html#more
    Thanks for sharing!

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  2. That is amazing! So beautiful. Makes me want to be back at my daughter's birthday party. :)

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  3. I love this cake! The way you did the tie dye on top looks so cool!

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  4. This is one of the prettiest cakes I've ever seen! Love it.

    Loulou Downtown

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  5. so fun, I love how the frosting matches the inside!

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  6. What a wild cake!

    If you look at my blog and logo, you might understand why when I saw your name on another comment list I HAD to come see your blog! Love the picture on your header!

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  7. My daughter wants a rainbow cake for her birthday. Although I'll probably do fondant on the outside, I'm definitely doing this for the inside. Thanks!

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  8. What a gorgeous work of art! This is much better than the tye-dye shirts from the 80s. :p Much more delicious, any way! ;p Heidi Rew from PartiesforPennies.blogspot.com

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  9. I HAVE to try this! It looks beautiful and delicious!

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  10. What a fun, fun, fun cake... love it!

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  11. I wish you lived by me so you could make all my birthday cakes!! Super darling! Thank you for linking up to my weekly party!!

    Amanda
    everycreativeendeavor.com

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  12. How festive! Super cool! So glad that you linked this to Things I've Done Thursday~

    www.bearrabbitbear.com

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  13. Saw you in Kitchen Fun with my 3 Sons...... Awesome!! We are going to give this a try. Great pictures and directions by the way!!!!

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  14. I love, love, love this! just pinned it.
    (found you at two linky parties today)
    Kim www.plumberrypie.blogspot.com

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  15. when do you add the cakes together? doesn't say...

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    1. When the cake is cooled, you assemble the layers. Put frosting between the layers and cover the whole cake with frosting. THEN you make your cake art on top! Hope this answers your question. :0)

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    2. You are so creative, this is an awesome looking cake. Thanks for sharing!

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    3. Sorry, also if you used the same gel, how much do you use for the cake batter. I am obviously a novice.

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  16. That is so awesome! I'm a sucker for tie dye.

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  17. I've always loved the rainbow cake and LOVE the tie dye top on this cake! Wonderful idea. Totally pinning this :)

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  18. stunning!!! Your colors are so bold and bright! This cake looks amazing! I host a Tuesday link party. I hope you can stop by sometime and share this cake! http://nap-timecreations.blogspot.com

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  19. Wow, that cake is insane! Just amazing.

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  20. What brand of food coloring did you use for the cake? I can never get mine that bright.

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    1. I used Wilton icing color gel. It gives much brighter colors than liquid!

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    2. Did you use the same Wilton gel to color the inside of the cake or is it a different gel coloring?

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  21. Yummy!! This looks delicious! Love how the rainbow looks!!

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  22. I don't think I'll ever tire of rainbow treats! Your icing technique is unique. It really does look like a tie-dye shirt:)

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  23. Oh! What a cool idea! I'm definitely pinning this!

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  24. This is just about the coolest thing I've seen in awhile!! LOVE LOVE LOVE it! TY!

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  25. What fun!!

    Thanks for linking up! I featured your post in my wrap up http://tidymom.net/2012/birthday-parties/

    Have a great rest of the weekend!

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  26. Wow wow wow wow! BEAUTIFUL!!! I'd love to have you share this with our readers for our Fun Stuff Fridays link up! http://www.toysinthedryer.com/2012/02/fun-stuff-fridays-11.html

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  27. I love the idea for the tie dye on the top of the cake! Will have to try that! I am surprised and impressed at how vibrant the colors are. The cake looks terrific.

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  28. Hi There!
    I'd love it if you came by and linked this up to my blog hop, Themed Baker's Sunday! The theme this week is cakes.
    Hope to see you there!
    Cupcake Apothecary
    http://cupcakeapothecary.blogspot.com/2012/02/themed-bakers-sunday-24.html

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  29. OMG!! I love this!! going to try it the next time I need to make a cake!!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  30. My 4-yr old just requested this cake for her next birthday!

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  31. I love this very cute! The frosting make this amazing! Have a wonderful week!

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  32. This is so awesome! Love this and love your blog!

    Following (:

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  33. Fun,fun,fun cake......love it!

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  34. Please take off word verification.

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  35. The tie dyed effect is fantastic! My 32 year old daughter will have her 8th real birthday on the 29th of February and this is perfect for her!! Thank you

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  36. This looks amazing!! Thanks for joining us on our "Strut Your Stuff Saturday." We hope you come back next Saturday. We would love to have you share more wonderful ideas and recipes! -The Sisters

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  37. How fun - just what we need to add a bit of color to our long winter. Love it, thanks so much.

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  38. These are amazing! If you are looking for Tye Dye Hair Bands then give us a call!

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  39. Stopping by from the Grow your blog {blog Hop}! http://queenofsavings.com

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  40. Another fabulous cake Robin!! Thanks for linking up. You'll be featured on my Pity Party tomorrow. xoxo

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  41. Just stunning! LOVE your creativity ~ :-)

    xo
    Pat

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  42. Awesome cake! I've been looking for something to brighten up the kids' day - it's so brown outside while we wait for spring, this is the perfect pick-me-up!

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  43. Incredible! My son is having a birthday party this weekend and I'm going to try this out! I'm sure it will be the hit. Thanks so much for sharing the tutorial. So many times I see awesome cakes and have no idea how to create them. Thank you again.
    www.LittlestSweetPea.com

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  44. Esta hermoso tu blog! Probare tus recetas.saludos dede Veracruz, mexico

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  45. I made this for my son's 12th birthday (I decorated it so that it looked like paint splats for a paintball party) and it was FANTASTIC! Thank you. I had to come out of lurking to tell you that :-) Next week is your Key Lime cake!

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    1. Wonderful!! The paint splats are a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing. :0) You are going to love the Key Lime cake...so yummy!

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  46. So did you use 2 cake mixes, or just one to make the two 9 inch cakes? I'm going to make this for my son's 4th birthday. It's beautiful and looks so fun!!

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    1. I used one cake mix for a 2 layer, 9 inch cake. I hope your son loves his birthday cake! :0)

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  47. did you use a can of white frosting rather than the cool whip and jell-o recipe on Omnomicon?

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  48. I just wanted to let you know that we made this cake this weekend for my son's birthday party. It turned out perfect! I wrote up a blog entry and included the link back to your blog. Thank you so much for sharing.
    http://www.littlestsweetpea.com/2012/03/scrumpdidliumptious.html

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  49. did you use the soda recipe or just follow the directions on the back of the cake mix, seperate, and put in colors??

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    1. I did not use the omnomicon recipe, just her coloring technique. Follow the directions for your cake mix. :0)

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  50. i didn't get to frost my rainbow cake, my three year old wanted it so badly, we had a rainbow cake party with pomagranite juice! it really is wonderful warm. i used the white velvet cake recipe from the cake bible and liquid food colours and the layers are perfect! (well, they are mostly gone now!)

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  51. I LOVE the outside of this cake [well the inside too of course :)]! It's just great!

    www.mycakecorner.blogspot.com

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  52. Do you have a good cake recipe that you can share?

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  53. What kind/brand of frosting did you end up using for this?

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    1. I made cream cheese frosting. Here is my recipe:

      8 oz. cream cheese (softened)
      1/2 cup unsalted butter (softened)
      6 cups powdered sugar
      1 t. vanilla

      Beat the cream cheese and butter together. Gradually add the powdered sugar. Mix in the vanilla.

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  54. Do you think it would work as good with a sheet cake?

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  55. Hi it looks great I wanna try to make this, did you use double receipt

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  56. My to be 19 year old sent me a picture of your cake saying, "If I get this for my birthday I will need nothing else" No link just a picture....after looking at every tiedye cake recipe, I FOUND YOU!!! yours is definetly the best one out there!!! Thank you so much for sharing it!!!!!

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  57. This is so cool!! Or, as we said in the sixties, "bitchen" - it would go great with my Hippie Happy Hour Martinis!

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  58. I can't wait to do this with my daughter. What a great activity! =D

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  59. I just made this for Easter and it was a huge hit and delicious! Thanks for sharing:)

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    1. You are so welcome! I'm glad that everyone enjoyed it! :0)

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  60. My mom and I made this for my daughter's 10th birthday party. It was so pretty and was a big hit! I've already been asked for the directions to make the cake!
    Found it on Pinterest. It looks like you have more great cake ideas! Can't wait to try them!! I am so glad I found you!!!:) Keep up the great cake making/designing/decorating!!!

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    1. Thanks so much, Nina! I'm happy to hear that your cake turned out well...and I'm glad you found me too! :0)

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  61. Has anyone tried the recipie for cupcakes?

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    1. Yes, my friend made them into cupcakes and they were just as fantastic !! The kids flipped for these :) Use the same method - just drop by spoon fulls or pipe into your cupcake liners - each colored layer. Bake as normal, frost and enjoy !!

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  62. This is just beautiful! Question... did you use 2 boxes of cake mix like Omnomicon mentions?

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    1. Thanks, Jennifer! :0) I used one box of cake mix.

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  63. Really like this, have a grandaughter who would love it!

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  64. Oh my goodness, this is darling Robin! I LOVE tie dye and have already shared your link with my family on Facebook. It's a few months away so they have plenty of time to practice. Ha ha! Thanks for the step-by-step!

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  65. Does the gel food coloring change the taste? Or how does it taste? What do you recommend for frosting? I am going to try this for my daughter's 1st birthday party! I think she will love it!

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    1. I didn't detect any change in the taste. You actually end up wiping a lot of the food coloring gel off the cake, as you use the brush. I used cream cheese frosting, my fave! Here is a basic recipe: 1 stick unsalted butter, 1 8 oz. package cream cheese, 6 cups of powdered sugar, 1 teaspoon vanilla. Cream the butter and cream cheese (both at room temperature), gradually mix in the sugar, then vanilla. Enjoy!

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  66. Hi! I know you said how to make the frosting, but how many regular sized icing containers (like Betty Crocker style) do you think it takes to cover the cake?? Thanks SO much! I am making this for my high school drama banquet!

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    1. I'm sorry I didn't reply sooner...I hope I'm not too late! For a two layer cake like this, one container of frosting should be sufficient. Have fun at the banquet! :0)

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  67. I made this last weekend for my son's 7th birthday. OMG was it AMAZING!! The frosting was delicious, though I only added 2 1/2 C of powdered sugar. My inside didn't look quite like yours... I sort of spread each layer of color out and I think that was wrong. How did you do yours? Just put a "blob" of one color followed by a "blob" of another?

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    1. I'm so glad you enjoyed the cake! If you look at the third photo, you will see that I layered my batter in concentric circles. I also did the second pan in the opposite color order. Both of these things help to make the pattern inside.

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    2. Snow flows over a quiet village cheap wow gold; Doves fly across a gloomy sky.Two names are carved deep on

      a birch; They promised to stay in love all their life.One day war broke out in their

      homeland.The lad picked up a gun to go to the front.“Don't worry for me,sweetheart.”
      “Wait for me in the birch wood.”he said.Doves are still flying across the same gloomy sky.

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  68. My daughter graduates from nursing school next week. She love's anything tie dyed. I have a feeling she's gonna love he grduation cake.

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    1. Congratulations to your daughter! I hope she loves the cake! :0)

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    2. how funny... i'm graduating from nursing school and making this for my "nurse rainbow" party. nice to know there is another hippy rainbow tie dye nurse out there!!!

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  69. I made this today for my daughter's birthday, I used the red as my center though and colored my center frosting red, with strawberries in the middle. It looks wonderful! Can;t wait to see what everyone thinks :)

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    1. That sounds fantastic! I bet everyone loved it! :0)

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  70. Robin,

    When you put the batter in the pan, did you "sift" the pans around at all to distribute the batter to the edges or did you just leave it all in the middle and let the baking process even it out?

    Thanks!

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  71. I love this cake so much ! We are having our son's 9th birthday party this weekend at an art studio so it will fit in perfectly. The most challenging part for me was figuring out the different quantities for each color but now I have them for next time because I'm sure one of the kids will request this cake again. Thanks for the wonderful inspiration !

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  72. I am going to make this for a party at our synagogue! Its just too gorgeous! I think I will try to use regular frosting, divide it up and put food colouring in it, because I am not sure that those gel frostings are kosher.....

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  73. My soon-to-be 7 year old daughter has requested a hippie dippy tie dye party -- we were both THRILLED to find your cake! It is a funktastic work of art. I can't wait to try making one myself.

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  74. This cake is fun and gorgeous and I can't wait to make it for my daughter's birthday in late July. Might have to make a red, white & blue version for our July 4th party! Thank you!

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  75. To get the different colors of frosting, do you just add food coloring to white frosting? I've never seen those shades of frosting before so I'm curious as to how you got them. Thanks!

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  76. The colors are simply mind blowing. I'm gonna make this cake for my family this weekend.

    Manual lathe

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  77. ok i am not not much of a cook but this looks so awesome! my kids want it...but why is the sprite necesary instead of following the cake directions? i dont get you use sprite. please email me at meeksjessica32@yahoo.com.

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  78. this is so easy to understand great job ...... i ALWAYS mess up on cakes like these but the way you said how to do it I finally got it thanks so much,
    emma

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  79. Would you mind sharing what you used for the frosting? It looks like a nice fluffy icing and I would love the recipe. Thanks!

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  80. I have a question on the concentric circles - when you were making the first layer and 3/4 of the red cake mix was used first, did you spread the red across the entire bottom of the cake pan and then use the orange to make a smaller circle on the inside of the red or did you just make a ring with red around the outside edge and then add an orange ring inside that? Does my question make sense?

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    1. I made a circle of red batter (it did not go all the way to the edge of the pan), then a smaller circle of orange on top of the red, then each circle of color a little smaller after that. NOT rings. I hope this helps! :0)

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    2. Great - thanks for your help!

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  82. This cake is amazing. The color make this full of fun.

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  83. What brand cake mix did u use ?

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    1. I always use Duncan Hines. It turned out great! This might be a little late though.

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  84. This is simply FANTASTIC. and I believe I will try with a cupcake version...Cheers and thanks for inspiring me—

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  85. So I made this for my Son's birthday party back in April. It was a hit!! It was such a hit in fact my niece has requested I make it for her birthday which is today. Cakes are in the oven right now. Thank you so much for the fabulous post.

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  86. Need this cake for send gifts to pakistan but it is not possible i think :-(

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  87. So this on pinterest and we r doing it today because my little boys wanted to.

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  88. Thanks for the directions!!! can't wait to make it!

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  89. I just made this cake this past weekend for my friend's 27th birthday (picnic at the park) and it was a HIT! So much easier than I thought, it would be. I also used regular Betty Crocker White Cake Mix and Vanilla buttercream frosting and it turned out very bright and tasty with those gel colors! I tell ya, gel colors from now on! My next rainbow extravaganza are going to be pancakes!

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  90. This is such a great idea. My daughter's 11th birthday party is this Sunday and we'll be tie-dying t-shirts. I think the kids (and adults) will go wild when they see that there's a cake to match.

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  91. This is excellent post. I really appreciate for this great idea. This cakes looks so colorful and delicious. Great job. Thanks for share.

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  92. FAR OUT! MY DAUGHTERS WILL LOVE THIS BLAST FROM MY PAST. THANK YOU. ANNMARIE

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  93. AWESOME!! We just made this cake for my friend's (who is pretty psychedelic) going away party! It turned out great!
    The only thing that I couldn't find though was the colour gel.. So I just used food colouring! It turned out great.. a bit tricky for the icing part.. but it still looks groovy! -- Thanks!

    Lish and Dharm <3

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  94. I am going to attempt to do this with cupcakes! Won't be putting two together though. Let's hope
    It turns out alright! Thanks for this recipe!

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    1. I've done this with cupcakes its awesome too and I the dyed the icing it was great...

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  95. This cake is so cool I have never seen one like it! Looks like so much fun to make and it would be great for a kids party!

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  96. Awesome cake ! Im gonna try this!

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  97. I'm making this cake a bit differently. Instead off the forward and backward colors in the two pans, I've done three colors in one pan and three colors in the other pan. When I put the cake together the colors will run (top of cake) red to (bottom of cake) purple. I can't wait for it to be able to cut it and show my friends!

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    1. Good thinking that's a great idea I'm going to try that next time I would like to see a picture of it cut..

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  98. This cake is awesome,I'm making it for a girl who is turning 21 and I'm putting a martini glass in the middle and instead of olives on a toothpick I'm going to do the #'s 21 in the glass...I'm excited I think it will turn out great!!!!

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  99. can i use Yellow cake? will it affect the color a whole lot? Im just not a fan of 'white cake" .. thoughts?

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  100. I have to make this cake, it is so me! I still wear tye dyed shirts all the time, I have about a dozen or so. (yes I am stuck in my child hood) It is just beautiful and I hope mine looks half as good as yours when I am finished! Thanks so much for showing me how to create such a wonderful cake!!!

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  101. I made this for a bridal shower (the bride is a huge fan of the dye) and it was a huge hit. Thanks for helping me get a ton of compliments. :)

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  102. Question: Does the gel food coloring make the cake taste ooky? I had a red frosted cake at party recently and all I could taste was chemicals!

    I would love to make this, but I'm wary... you know?

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    1. I just saw your comment, sorry it took a while to respond! I did not notice a taste from the gel. You brush a lot of it off with your paintbrush while making the design.

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  104. Do you use 1 or 2 boxes of cake mix? I used only 1 and it seemed like not enough. Also, how exactly do you do the icing? I tried it but the icing kept sinking in (used a flat brush). The colors didn;t brush out like yours. Any suggestions?

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  105. This is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
    Radhika

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  106. Please remember that food dye can be harmful to your health. It may not be a good idea to feed your kids large quantities of it.

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    1. More info: http://www.thedailygreen.com/healthy-eating/eat-safe/artificial-food-colorings-health-effects

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  107. I really, really loved this when my friend and I found it the other day. So we tried REALLY hard to do it too tonight...but it didn't turn out lol It was still fun to make!! Here's our AWFUL finish XD: http://captainmugi.tumblr.com/post/42992067682/im-mad-guy-the-cake-didnt-turn-out-how-it-was

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  108. I cannot get over how amazing this is! So need to try it! I'm starting up a cake page and would appreciate some support if anyone wants to like me on facebook :) www.facebook.com/lidscakes

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  109. This is incredible! You're a genius. There is no way I'm going through my life without making one of these.

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  110. I love this cake! Its so pretty!! =)
    Pinning to save. =)

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  111. My granddaughter loves rainbows. She'll eat this up! :D

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  112. I made this today for my son's 3rd Birthday and it was a HIT!!! Everyone loved it and it looked SO cool! I ended up not doing the colors on top but just using your cream cheese frosting recipe (which was to die for) and putting colored sprinkles on the top. Thanks for sharing this! Such an easy recipe for a really fun & different cake!

    Best,
    Jen @ YummyHealthyEasy.blogspot.com

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  113. I absolutely love this cake! I made it for my little sister's birthday and she and her friends loved it! I made one little adjustment, for the sides I sprayed blue wilton color mist(that was the color on the outside of the tye-dye) and it really made the other colors pop! It was a really fast and easy recipe and the cake looked great!

    Keep up the great work, Kelly
    http://fotrcakes.blogspot.com/

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  114. Thanks for the recipe! It turned out great! The tie-dye wasn't near as good as yours but I was still pretty satisfied!

    http://taylorcpurvis.tumblr.com/post/49310360168/felt-a-little-pinterest-y-today-baked-a-cake-as-a

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  115. I just totally FAILED this cake...dont see anywhere to post a pic or I would! Uggghhh thank goodness I only to try to be creative with family!!

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  116. When putting the cake mixes in the pan do the colours not run together? How do you get the mix to stay in a circle and not run together?

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  117. I might try this one, its a brilliant idea! I have not tried a rainbow cake yet! It's something I will have to get onto. This cake makes me feel so hungry! Xxx

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  118. I just made this and its beautiful!! Had a 12in square and a 8in round tie died the top of both and my mom loved it! (For her birthday) must try u will not be disappointed.

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  119. Wow!! I love this!! You did an excellent job! I can't wait to try it for my daughter's birthday!

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  120. Hi all - can I use the Wilton color gel and do the design over fondant? Please help!

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