Great cake! Moist and delicious!
The person who wanted a 4-layer cake needs to pay attention, work the 3rd grade math, and read directions.
This IS A 4-LAYER CAKE. Read the whole recipe so you understand what’s going on.
Changes I made: added 2 Tbls flour and 3 Tbls water to the batter, as I live 5,000 feet above sea level. That adjustment did the trick. Also, I made the cake 3-layers instead of 4 (I used 3 cake pans and didn’t slice any in half). I put just filling in the cake and frosting on the outside.
Firstly, this cake is absolutely phenomenal! The absolute fluffiest & most satisfying cake out there. I promise you won’t be disappointed.
Secondly, to the person who gave the one star rating & posted this about the recipe:
“I haven’t made this cake yet because I want to know if the recipe can be doubled so that I have a four layer cake.”
Are you serious? You gave this recipe a one star & you haven’t even made it!? Then you ask a question like that? Ummm, yes! Every recipe can be doubled! Duh! That’s like telling someone,”You can’t get there from here.” Of course you can! Don’t rate recipes you haven’t tried and don’t give bad ratings to recipes you haven’t followed exactly. SMH!
Lovely cake! Can't recommend it enough.
And of course you can double it...but simply make it twice as your mixer likely cannot handle all the batter at once.Read More
I haven’t made this cake yet because I want to know if the recipe can be doubled so that I have a four layer cake.Read More
My pod group loved this recipe! I changed some things - I used unsweetened coconut instead of sweetened and it still had so much flavor but it was way less sweet. I also skipped the coconut extract. There really was no need. I used 3 tsp. Of vanilla instead.
Next time I make this, I will add some dark rum to the pineapple mixture, perhaps up the cornstarch slightly.
I was worried about the runny quality of the frosting. It was delicious, but messy to frost. Afterwards I tossed it in the fridge to harden it up. This could be problematic in summer months, so I may make the frosting more dense then.
Thank you!Read More
This is one of the best cakes I've ever tasted. It is amazingly moist and flavorful. I added1/4 tsp. almond extract to the cake in addition to coconut and vanilla. Also made more frosting using 4 oz cream cheese, 8 oz butter, same amount of sour cream and extracts plus 1/4 tsp almond extract and 3 1/2-4 cups confectioners sugar. Covered in toasted coconut. Everyone raved about how delicious it was. Thanks, SL!Read More
Looks amazing, just wanted to know if it needs to be refrigerated before cutting and assuming it needs to be kept in fridge after?Read More
It sounds amazing. Anonymous, I don't see why not. I'm allergic to gluten and use rice flour instead of regular or cake flour. You should be ok with the sugar sub.Read More
I just have a question-can I substitute Truvia Sugarblend for the sugar in this recipe?Read More
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