Wreath Cake 1

Holiday Wreath Cake

This bundt cake will change the way you taste Christmas. And best of all, it is so easy to make! Using a white cake mix base, the most time consuming part will be all the chewing as you stuff your face with deliciousness.

AuthorCarley KnutsenDifficultyBeginner

Cake:
 1 White Cake Mix
 Red Food Coloring
 Green Food Coloring
Frosting:
 White Frosting
 Green Food Coloring
 Festive Sprinkles

Cake:
1

Follow the directions on the box to prepare the cake. Divide the batter in half, keeping half in the original mixing bowl. Pour the other half into two smaller bowls. Add green food coloring to one of the small bowls. Add red food coloring to the other small bowl. Mix each thoroughly with separate spoons.

2

Grease a bundt pan and first pour in half of the uncolored batter. Next pour all of the red batter in and pour all of the green batter directly on top. Cover with the last of the original batter. DO NOT MIX; keep the colors separate.

3

Bake at 325 degrees for 45 minutes or until done. Allow to cool 5 minutes in the pan, then remove cake from pan and cool completely.

Frosting:
4

Using either store bought frosting or a homemade blend, add milk until an easy-to-drizzle texture is achieved. Split frosting into two equally sized bowls and dye one of them with the green food coloring.

5

Drizzle thin lines of white frosting over the bundt cake in a radial pattern emanating from the epicenter of the cake. Repeat with the green frosting. Quickly add the sprinkles while the frosting is still wet. Then enjoy.

Ingredients

Cake:
 1 White Cake Mix
 Red Food Coloring
 Green Food Coloring
Frosting:
 White Frosting
 Green Food Coloring
 Festive Sprinkles

Directions

Cake:
1

Follow the directions on the box to prepare the cake. Divide the batter in half, keeping half in the original mixing bowl. Pour the other half into two smaller bowls. Add green food coloring to one of the small bowls. Add red food coloring to the other small bowl. Mix each thoroughly with separate spoons.

2

Grease a bundt pan and first pour in half of the uncolored batter. Next pour all of the red batter in and pour all of the green batter directly on top. Cover with the last of the original batter. DO NOT MIX; keep the colors separate.

3

Bake at 325 degrees for 45 minutes or until done. Allow to cool 5 minutes in the pan, then remove cake from pan and cool completely.

Frosting:
4

Using either store bought frosting or a homemade blend, add milk until an easy-to-drizzle texture is achieved. Split frosting into two equally sized bowls and dye one of them with the green food coloring.

5

Drizzle thin lines of white frosting over the bundt cake in a radial pattern emanating from the epicenter of the cake. Repeat with the green frosting. Quickly add the sprinkles while the frosting is still wet. Then enjoy.

Holiday Wreath Cake

Thanks to Betty Crocker for the recipe!

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