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A stunning dessert that will impress your guests

Courtesy of McCormick

On the surface this dessert looks like a normal, tasty cake. But when you cut into it, you'll find a unique and colorful tie dye center.

Recipe courtesy of McCormick

Ingredients

  • 1 package (2-layer size) white cake mix
  • 1 Teaspoon McCormick® All Natural Pure Vanilla Extract
  • McCormick® Neon Assorted Food Color & Egg Dye
  • 1 Teaspoon McCormick® Raspberry Extract With Other Natural Flavors
  • 1/4 Teaspoon McCormick® Pure Lemon Extract
  • 1/4 Teaspoon McCormick® Pure Orange Extract
  • 2 cans (16 ounces each) white frosting

Tie-Dye Cake

I started out wanting to make a full size version of this hydrangea cake, but, I found out too late that having the right size piping tip really does matter. So, it became the accidental tie-dye cake. And it turned out great.

I made this cake for a informal birthday dinner for a great couple of neighbors and it turned out to be very special. Sometimes accidents turn out awesome. :)

Two layer yellow cake with buttercream frosting crumb coat

Buttercream in several colors!

Cake and Frosting

I chose a simple yellow cake for this recipe - you could really use any cake that you like. Or even this chocolate one! For my frosting, I used my simple, go-to, buttercream and dyed it multiple colors. Make sure you frost the base coat first then move on to the design layer.

Frosting mechanics

To complete the design for the frosting, plop your colors on to a piece of plastic wrap and spread them out. I used three colors here, but you could easily use 1 or 2 more if you wanted. Once you have your frosting layered up, roll up the plastic wrap like you would if you were taking cookie dough and chilling it in the fridge. Snip off one end of the frosting “sausage” and place it in your piping bag (or plastic zip top bag in my case). Then pipe away using your favorite tip!


Tie-Dye Cake

I started out wanting to make a full size version of this hydrangea cake, but, I found out too late that having the right size piping tip really does matter. So, it became the accidental tie-dye cake. And it turned out great.

I made this cake for a informal birthday dinner for a great couple of neighbors and it turned out to be very special. Sometimes accidents turn out awesome. :)

Two layer yellow cake with buttercream frosting crumb coat

Buttercream in several colors!

Cake and Frosting

I chose a simple yellow cake for this recipe - you could really use any cake that you like. Or even this chocolate one! For my frosting, I used my simple, go-to, buttercream and dyed it multiple colors. Make sure you frost the base coat first then move on to the design layer.

Frosting mechanics

To complete the design for the frosting, plop your colors on to a piece of plastic wrap and spread them out. I used three colors here, but you could easily use 1 or 2 more if you wanted. Once you have your frosting layered up, roll up the plastic wrap like you would if you were taking cookie dough and chilling it in the fridge. Snip off one end of the frosting “sausage” and place it in your piping bag (or plastic zip top bag in my case). Then pipe away using your favorite tip!


Tie-Dye Cake

I started out wanting to make a full size version of this hydrangea cake, but, I found out too late that having the right size piping tip really does matter. So, it became the accidental tie-dye cake. And it turned out great.

I made this cake for a informal birthday dinner for a great couple of neighbors and it turned out to be very special. Sometimes accidents turn out awesome. :)

Two layer yellow cake with buttercream frosting crumb coat

Buttercream in several colors!

Cake and Frosting

I chose a simple yellow cake for this recipe - you could really use any cake that you like. Or even this chocolate one! For my frosting, I used my simple, go-to, buttercream and dyed it multiple colors. Make sure you frost the base coat first then move on to the design layer.

Frosting mechanics

To complete the design for the frosting, plop your colors on to a piece of plastic wrap and spread them out. I used three colors here, but you could easily use 1 or 2 more if you wanted. Once you have your frosting layered up, roll up the plastic wrap like you would if you were taking cookie dough and chilling it in the fridge. Snip off one end of the frosting “sausage” and place it in your piping bag (or plastic zip top bag in my case). Then pipe away using your favorite tip!


Tie-Dye Cake

I started out wanting to make a full size version of this hydrangea cake, but, I found out too late that having the right size piping tip really does matter. So, it became the accidental tie-dye cake. And it turned out great.

I made this cake for a informal birthday dinner for a great couple of neighbors and it turned out to be very special. Sometimes accidents turn out awesome. :)

Two layer yellow cake with buttercream frosting crumb coat

Buttercream in several colors!

Cake and Frosting

I chose a simple yellow cake for this recipe - you could really use any cake that you like. Or even this chocolate one! For my frosting, I used my simple, go-to, buttercream and dyed it multiple colors. Make sure you frost the base coat first then move on to the design layer.

Frosting mechanics

To complete the design for the frosting, plop your colors on to a piece of plastic wrap and spread them out. I used three colors here, but you could easily use 1 or 2 more if you wanted. Once you have your frosting layered up, roll up the plastic wrap like you would if you were taking cookie dough and chilling it in the fridge. Snip off one end of the frosting “sausage” and place it in your piping bag (or plastic zip top bag in my case). Then pipe away using your favorite tip!


Tie-Dye Cake

I started out wanting to make a full size version of this hydrangea cake, but, I found out too late that having the right size piping tip really does matter. So, it became the accidental tie-dye cake. And it turned out great.

I made this cake for a informal birthday dinner for a great couple of neighbors and it turned out to be very special. Sometimes accidents turn out awesome. :)

Two layer yellow cake with buttercream frosting crumb coat

Buttercream in several colors!

Cake and Frosting

I chose a simple yellow cake for this recipe - you could really use any cake that you like. Or even this chocolate one! For my frosting, I used my simple, go-to, buttercream and dyed it multiple colors. Make sure you frost the base coat first then move on to the design layer.

Frosting mechanics

To complete the design for the frosting, plop your colors on to a piece of plastic wrap and spread them out. I used three colors here, but you could easily use 1 or 2 more if you wanted. Once you have your frosting layered up, roll up the plastic wrap like you would if you were taking cookie dough and chilling it in the fridge. Snip off one end of the frosting “sausage” and place it in your piping bag (or plastic zip top bag in my case). Then pipe away using your favorite tip!


Tie-Dye Cake

I started out wanting to make a full size version of this hydrangea cake, but, I found out too late that having the right size piping tip really does matter. So, it became the accidental tie-dye cake. And it turned out great.

I made this cake for a informal birthday dinner for a great couple of neighbors and it turned out to be very special. Sometimes accidents turn out awesome. :)

Two layer yellow cake with buttercream frosting crumb coat

Buttercream in several colors!

Cake and Frosting

I chose a simple yellow cake for this recipe - you could really use any cake that you like. Or even this chocolate one! For my frosting, I used my simple, go-to, buttercream and dyed it multiple colors. Make sure you frost the base coat first then move on to the design layer.

Frosting mechanics

To complete the design for the frosting, plop your colors on to a piece of plastic wrap and spread them out. I used three colors here, but you could easily use 1 or 2 more if you wanted. Once you have your frosting layered up, roll up the plastic wrap like you would if you were taking cookie dough and chilling it in the fridge. Snip off one end of the frosting “sausage” and place it in your piping bag (or plastic zip top bag in my case). Then pipe away using your favorite tip!


Tie-Dye Cake

I started out wanting to make a full size version of this hydrangea cake, but, I found out too late that having the right size piping tip really does matter. So, it became the accidental tie-dye cake. And it turned out great.

I made this cake for a informal birthday dinner for a great couple of neighbors and it turned out to be very special. Sometimes accidents turn out awesome. :)

Two layer yellow cake with buttercream frosting crumb coat

Buttercream in several colors!

Cake and Frosting

I chose a simple yellow cake for this recipe - you could really use any cake that you like. Or even this chocolate one! For my frosting, I used my simple, go-to, buttercream and dyed it multiple colors. Make sure you frost the base coat first then move on to the design layer.

Frosting mechanics

To complete the design for the frosting, plop your colors on to a piece of plastic wrap and spread them out. I used three colors here, but you could easily use 1 or 2 more if you wanted. Once you have your frosting layered up, roll up the plastic wrap like you would if you were taking cookie dough and chilling it in the fridge. Snip off one end of the frosting “sausage” and place it in your piping bag (or plastic zip top bag in my case). Then pipe away using your favorite tip!


Tie-Dye Cake

I started out wanting to make a full size version of this hydrangea cake, but, I found out too late that having the right size piping tip really does matter. So, it became the accidental tie-dye cake. And it turned out great.

I made this cake for a informal birthday dinner for a great couple of neighbors and it turned out to be very special. Sometimes accidents turn out awesome. :)

Two layer yellow cake with buttercream frosting crumb coat

Buttercream in several colors!

Cake and Frosting

I chose a simple yellow cake for this recipe - you could really use any cake that you like. Or even this chocolate one! For my frosting, I used my simple, go-to, buttercream and dyed it multiple colors. Make sure you frost the base coat first then move on to the design layer.

Frosting mechanics

To complete the design for the frosting, plop your colors on to a piece of plastic wrap and spread them out. I used three colors here, but you could easily use 1 or 2 more if you wanted. Once you have your frosting layered up, roll up the plastic wrap like you would if you were taking cookie dough and chilling it in the fridge. Snip off one end of the frosting “sausage” and place it in your piping bag (or plastic zip top bag in my case). Then pipe away using your favorite tip!


Tie-Dye Cake

I started out wanting to make a full size version of this hydrangea cake, but, I found out too late that having the right size piping tip really does matter. So, it became the accidental tie-dye cake. And it turned out great.

I made this cake for a informal birthday dinner for a great couple of neighbors and it turned out to be very special. Sometimes accidents turn out awesome. :)

Two layer yellow cake with buttercream frosting crumb coat

Buttercream in several colors!

Cake and Frosting

I chose a simple yellow cake for this recipe - you could really use any cake that you like. Or even this chocolate one! For my frosting, I used my simple, go-to, buttercream and dyed it multiple colors. Make sure you frost the base coat first then move on to the design layer.

Frosting mechanics

To complete the design for the frosting, plop your colors on to a piece of plastic wrap and spread them out. I used three colors here, but you could easily use 1 or 2 more if you wanted. Once you have your frosting layered up, roll up the plastic wrap like you would if you were taking cookie dough and chilling it in the fridge. Snip off one end of the frosting “sausage” and place it in your piping bag (or plastic zip top bag in my case). Then pipe away using your favorite tip!


Tie-Dye Cake

I started out wanting to make a full size version of this hydrangea cake, but, I found out too late that having the right size piping tip really does matter. So, it became the accidental tie-dye cake. And it turned out great.

I made this cake for a informal birthday dinner for a great couple of neighbors and it turned out to be very special. Sometimes accidents turn out awesome. :)

Two layer yellow cake with buttercream frosting crumb coat

Buttercream in several colors!

Cake and Frosting

I chose a simple yellow cake for this recipe - you could really use any cake that you like. Or even this chocolate one! For my frosting, I used my simple, go-to, buttercream and dyed it multiple colors. Make sure you frost the base coat first then move on to the design layer.

Frosting mechanics

To complete the design for the frosting, plop your colors on to a piece of plastic wrap and spread them out. I used three colors here, but you could easily use 1 or 2 more if you wanted. Once you have your frosting layered up, roll up the plastic wrap like you would if you were taking cookie dough and chilling it in the fridge. Snip off one end of the frosting “sausage” and place it in your piping bag (or plastic zip top bag in my case). Then pipe away using your favorite tip!


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