Valentine’s Day. Not sure where I stand. On the one hand it is unbelievably corny and definitely somewhat of a Hallmark holiday. On the other hand there’s something incredibly romantic about having someone you love – or have a massive crush on – give you a card or flowers or a gift. I guess I want to be a cynic (and, trust me, I mostly am) but in my heart of hearts I want to be a believer in all the mushy, gushy, V-day sentiments. And I guess any excuse to eat chocolate and receive flowers is kind of OK in my book.
Red Velvet cake recipe
heart shaped sprinkles (optional)
4. Cool slightly and remove from the tins carefully. Transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.
5. Put the frosting in a piping bag fitted with a small star nozzle and pipe over the cakes. Eat on day of decorating as the frosting contains fresh cream.
This recipe was developed for Lurpak as part of their Food Adventures.