These red velvet funnel cakes from Krissy's Creations will bring the carnival to your kitchen. The key to perfect funnel cakes is frying it at the right temperature. At 350 degrees you funnel cake with be light and airy instead of excessively greasy or worse-burnt! Top your red velvet funnel cake with powdered sugar and cream cheese icing. For full recipe instructions, click here.
Red velvet tres leches cake from Taste and Tell is a totally tempting dessert. Classic red velvet cake is soaked in cream, evaporated milk, and sweetened condensed milk overnight. The cake becomes moist and absolutely delicious. To ... Read Post
Red Velvet Cake Batter Popcorn are confectionery kernels. The recipe, which uses white cake mix, salty popcorn and cream cheese, combines the flavors to create an extraordinary snack. Anna, the genius behind the creation, said of he... Read Post
Funnel Cakes, for those of you who aren’t familiar, are a standard carnival treat. Made by pouring a thin batter—get ready—a FUNNEL (get it?) directly into hot oil and fried until golden, then topped with plenty of powdered sugar an... Read Post