Recipe here: http://www.joyofbaking.com/RedVelvetCake.html Stephanie Jaworski of Joyofbaking.com demonstrates how to make a Red Velvet Cake. A Red Velvet Cake is very dramatic looking with its bright red color that is offset by a creamy white frosting. If we look beyond the striking appearance of this cake, we will find that it has a mild chocolate flavor with a moist and tender crumb. The mild chocolate flavor comes from adding a small amount of cocoa powder to the batter and buttermilk gives it a moist and tender crumb.

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  1. I tried this recipe and it was too soft that it came out in crumbles. What went wrong??? So this Christmas will be without a cake 😳

  2. my cousin child and some people to buy a Ouija board cake and tell people is their birthday and see how many people would eat it and she post people expression once they saw the cake

  3. I haven't tried the cake yet but the icing is a disaster. Perhaps you meant 1 cup of heavy cream?
    I tried adding sugar like you suggested and it still is a total mess! Suggestions as to what to do now? Quite a big expense to start all over!

  4. Hey Stephanie, if you can please clear my doubt. You have used baking powder in the red Velvet cupcake recipe, but have omitted it in the cake recipe? My cake turned out a little dense, i was wondering is it because of not adding baking powder? Thank you so much.

  5. Hi Stephanie, first of all thanks for all your recipes. I have tried several of them and the results were beautiful and great tasting cakes. I have one question though for this particular one. If I want to make the cake in a 12 inch round pan, what should be the measurements? Can I just double up the ingredients? Please advice.

  6. Hi Stephanie my velvet cake turned out well. Thank you. But the icing was a little disappointment for cos it was a little runny. I think it was the sugar. Love your cake making videos .💕

  7. Simple recipe cakes in the oven looking good batter tasted good will be making all your recipes. Run out of buttermilk so used 1/2 cup sour cream 1/2 buttermilk.

  8. i don't know why, this video helped me make up my mind about stand in mixers, i am never going to get one. 😀 she had to deal with the attachments etc so much. the recipe looks amazing though. can't wait to try it!

  9. Hi! I just have a quick question. Is there any possible way that i can bake this cake in a 9”9 pan? My oven is not big enough for 2 pans..and for how long should i bake it. Thaaanks

  10. Can i add the baking soda to the dry ingredients and add the vinegar to the wet ingredients? Or would it have a different result? Would it rise as much? Thank you

  11. I tried this recipe and I was shocked! it came out perfect, with no cracks at all. It was insanely moist yet easy to cut into layers. I have never succeeded baking cakes that require butter but now I have. Thank you so much for this recipe! (I reduced the sugar amount to 200g as its what i always do and it was.. still amazing )

  12. Hello, thanks for you amazing video. I have one question for you, because my dad does not eat cheese so can i use mascarpone instead of creamcheese?

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