Monday, February 2, 2009

A Valentine’s Day Gift Box of…

Red Velvet Cake Balls

Cake… Yes, cake.

The truffles…

Red Velvet Cake Ball Cake

The box…all cake!

Don’t believe me? Well keep reading and I’ll show you how to make this little Sweet Heart Cake.

Red Velvet Cake Balls

Cake Box Cake 1

  • First, you’ll need to grease and flour at least one heart-shaped cake pan. I used one that’s about 8″ wide and used a round cake pan for the rest of the batter.
  • Now, mix your ingredients and pour in the pans. (The Red Velvet Cake recipe I used made a cake that was really too greasy, so I’m not going to post it. But you can just as easily use any cake recipe or cake mix for this.)
  • Bake the cakes and let cool.
  • When cool, take a pencil and trace the shape of your cake onto wax paper.

Cake Box Cake 2

  • After you’ve outlined your cake, draw a second outline about .25 inch around the outside of the first heart shape. You can eyeball it.
  • Go back to your cake or cakes and level them by cutting off the tops with a long serrated knife.
  • Keep the excess. You can use it later.
  • Okay, now you’ll need some red fondant. You can tint fondant red yourself or take the easy way and buy it already colored. (It’s a real pain to tint fondant red and get the color you want, so I’m buying this stuff anytime I can help it.)

Cake Box Cake 3

  • Work on a clean dry surface and sprinkle a little cornstarch before you begin working with the fondant. If you don’t, it will start to stick to the surface. Work with just the amount you need and keep all the rest wrapped up tightly with plastic wrap. It dries out quickly.
  • Now use a rolling pin or fondant roller and roll it flat. You’ll need to roll it larger than your heart shape template.
  • With scissors, cut the wax paper along the outer edge of your heart shape to make the template. Then, gently hold the template in place on your fondant and use a toothpick to trace the heart shape.
  • Remove the wax paper and carefully cut out the shape with a knife. Use the toothpick marks as your guide.

Cake Box Cake 4

  • This piece of fondant is going to be the bottom of your cake box. Lay it on a plate, cake board or cake stand. I used a round cake board and a few doilies to place the fondant on. Now use a little of your frosting to coat a layer on the inner section of your fondant heart shape.
  • Place the cake on the fondant and center it. The frosting helps hold it in place.
  • Now, frost the top and smooth it out.
  • Go back to your wax paper template and cut out the inside heart shape. Use this new template for the top of the cake box. Roll and cut out another piece of fondant to use to cut out the heart for the top of the cake the same way you did for the bottom.

Cake Box Cake 5

  • Place the fondant heart shape on top of the cake so that it’s centered with the bottom layer of fondant. Frost the sides carefully. Make it as smooth as possible. Use a paper towel and gently remove any excess frosting that may get on the bottom edge or the top of the cake.
  • Now roll out a long strip of fondant.
  • Using a straight edge, cut the sides off so you have a long even piece of fondant. You’ll want the width of this piece be at least .25″ wider than the height of your cake so that it forms the sides of the box to hold the truffles.
  • Carefully, wrap the sides of the cake with this strip of fondant. Again, the frosting will help hold the fondant in place. The smoother your frosting is, the smoother the sides of your box will be.

    And, voila… Sweet Heart Candy Cake Box!

Now, you just need to fill it with truffles.

You can use the other cake and excess trimmings to crumble and make red velvet cake balls.
Read the original how-to for the Red Velvet Cake Balls.
(Keep in mind that this recipe used the entire cake for cake balls, so you will want to cut down on the amount of frosting you use to make them work. Start small and add more as you need it until the consistency is moist enough to mold and still hold it’s shape. )

Box of Cake

I just decorated these different ways with candy writers, heart sprinkles, nuts and drizzled candy melts. You can take this a step further by really making it an assorted box of chocolate. Go all out and make the cake balls with different cake flavors.

Red Velvet Cake Balls

Assorted Box of Cake

Red Velvet Cake Box

Here’s a pic of the inside just in case you still weren’t convinced.

Things you”ll need for this Sweet Heart Cake:
Red Velvet Cake
Cream Cheese Frosting (recipe I used here)
Heart-shape cake pan
and one other cake pan
Wax paper
Pencil or pen
serrated knife
White fondant and red icing color or red fondant
Fondant Roller or rolling pin
Small knife
Mini brown candy cup liners
Candy melts
Candy writers, heart sprinkles, nuts

The Turner Family said...

what could be better than chocolates and an eatable box! Your Amazing!

February 7, 2009 07:51 PM
Katie said...

You are absolutely amazing, and such a giving person. I’m not a baker at all, but am inspired by you and your creativity; With your beautiful pictures and awesome instructions, I’m preparing to venture into your Bakerella world, and be an “ella”. A thousands thanks to you!


February 7, 2009 09:33 PM
mona said...

Gorgeous! Looks SO damn good!!

February 7, 2009 10:42 PM
Train Wreck said...

WOW. I just found your blog.THat is awesome. I will have to attempt this little treat! Thanks

February 8, 2009 12:10 AM
VelezDelights said...

HOW CUTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love this =)

P.S. You're definitely going on my blogroll <3

February 8, 2009 03:38 AM
Tammy said...

OMGoodness that is absolute adorable! Thanks!

February 8, 2009 04:01 AM
Anonymous said...

Any ideas where to look for red fondant? I am trying to make this Tuesday and thought i could find it at hobby lobby or even walmart. I dont have time to order it online.. any suggestions?

February 8, 2009 04:27 AM
Kaci said...

Can you give some advice to a novice as to how to get the truffles so smooth? I’ve tried the cake balls before, using white chocolate bark but they just do not turn out as pretty as yours do!

February 8, 2009 04:50 AM
Anonymous said...

Does anyone know where I can find white chocolate bark for the cake balls? The nearest store to me is walmart, but when I checked their online site, they don’t seem to have any. And for the cream cheese frosting, am I suppose to use the entire can? I’m planning to use the Betty Crocker one.

February 8, 2009 06:17 AM
Toni said...

So, I stumbled on your blog through a friends post just in time for my hubby’s b-day. I made my own version of this cake and it was a hit. You are amazing, congrats on an amazing creation.

February 8, 2009 06:28 AM
Bakerella said...

Kaila – good luck

Vera – everywhere

*You Lite Up My Life* – How do you store them?

fabcakelady – welcome!

Erin – naaah

leslierose – glad you like it

sugarlens – I thought you’d need proof.

fortsmithmomma – ha ha

Queen B. – please… you can do this too!

Leslie – thank you

Junie – how bout yourself

The Turner Family – if someone fed them to me

Katie – DO IT!

mona – thanks

Train Wreck – have fun

VelezDelights – hope to hear from you again

Tammy – thanks

Anonymous – see if you have any cake supply stores in your area. If not, you’ll have to buy white and tint it red. Youc an also do pink.

Kaci – Read the comments in the Red Velvet Cake post from December 07. There should be some tips.

Anonymous – Hobby Lobby and Michael’s have white candy melts. Kroger has white candy coating or bark.

Toni – Fantastic job and the kids look like they had soooo much fun!

February 8, 2009 06:49 AM
Anonymous said...


February 8, 2009 07:36 AM
The Witch said...

I need to thank you sooo much, I made this cake for my friends at school and they LOVED it! Now I have to teach them all how to make it >.< I think I'll just send them here to your blog.

you've helped me look like a culinary genious, thanks.

February 8, 2009 03:13 PM
ami said...

this is simply divine!!!!

February 8, 2009 03:16 PM
joanne wardle said...

lol, how does it feel to be featured on Cake Wrecks? but in a good way of course!

February 8, 2009 03:56 PM
skinner studio said...

Wow – Its amazing! What a wonderful treat to give or receive. Thank you for sharing your secrets! WOnderful tutorial – your pictures are great.

February 8, 2009 04:39 PM
The Boob Nazi said...

This is amazing!

February 8, 2009 05:40 PM
kawaii.nekochan said...

Wow, this is amazing!

February 8, 2009 05:48 PM
CottageGirl said...

All I can say is WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

February 8, 2009 07:03 PM
Debsg said...

Wow! Wow! Wow!

February 8, 2009 07:11 PM
Leslie Jackson said...

I so wish i had seen this before my wedding (8 years ago)! I would have HAD to have this! OMG! I love it!

February 8, 2009 07:23 PM
Erin said...

I’m making them now!!! Thanks :)

February 8, 2009 07:35 PM
DoodleBunz/DB Impressions said...

WONDERFUL job! I can’t wait to see what you come up with next! Subscribing!

February 8, 2009 09:27 PM
Ash said...

Oh my gosh!!!! I love this!!! LOVE THIS!

February 8, 2009 10:02 PM
Flo said...

Your Valentine Day box is amazing.

February 8, 2009 10:17 PM
Lisa said...

You are simply amazing!!!

I just found your blog and I adore all of your edible art!!

I’m having a couple’s V-day dinner this weekend (with chocolate dipped desserts) and am just going to have to add those “truffles” to the dessert menu–my eyes are always bigger than my abilities, but I’m hoping for the best!

Then I’m going to attempt some red v-day cake pops for my boys to take to preschool.

Thanks for including step-by-steps and pictures–so fun and yummy!

February 8, 2009 11:05 PM
Kim said...

I was told that fondant didn’t taste good… true or false?

I love this cake. Just amazing. Thanks for the how-to.

February 9, 2009 12:50 AM
Sarah said...

Thanks for giving me a new project! Now that I’ve made cake pops in every conceivable flavor and color I need something new to obsess about!
This cake is awesome and I can’t wait to try it this week. You’ve made my month!

February 9, 2009 03:31 AM
MiniKat said...

That has got to be the coolest cake I’ve seem in a while! You do beautiful work.

February 9, 2009 04:29 AM
thereddeer said...

Wow that looks fantastic – you really have outdone yourself this time. I think I would be far to lazy to attempt something of that magnitude.

February 9, 2009 04:35 AM
Bakerella said...

Anonymous – glad you think so

The Witch – that’s cool.

ami – thanks

joanne wardle – better than be a wreck for sure.

skinner studio – thanks

The Boob Nazi – thank you

kawaii.nekochan – thanks

CottageGirl – glad you like it!!!!!

Debsg – Yay

Leslie Jackson – thanks

Erin – awesome!

DoodleBunz/DB Impressions – man… the pressure.


Flo – Thanks and HVD!

Lisa – good luck, I think they’ll like them

Kim – True. Not terrible, but no one’s gonna want to eat a plate of it by itself for sure.

Sarah – Great!

MiniKat – Just trying to learn.

thereddeer – you can do it.

February 9, 2009 05:23 AM
Liv said...

Wow!! That is spectacular!! I wish I could bake/cook/decorate/all of the above!
If I ever come to the US, and happen to stop by the state of Georgia, would you teach me?? :P

February 9, 2009 08:08 AM
cakes_are_fun said...

THIS IS AWESOME! And I am SO gonna make it!

February 9, 2009 01:42 PM
Heather said...

Thanks for this great idea! I made this yesterday and it turned out so cute! It was my first time to make cake balls, so they aren’t as gorgeous as yours, but still cute anyways. Thanks again!

February 9, 2009 01:49 PM
Some_Area_Gal said...

that is the coolest thing I have ever seen!!! You rock!!

February 9, 2009 02:30 PM
Brandi said...

that rocks!

February 9, 2009 03:35 PM
Ashley said...

BEAUTIFUL!! But I do have one question…how did you shape the cake balls so perfectly into squares and hearts?

February 9, 2009 03:52 PM
Kara said...

Wasn’t sure if you had seen it, but this was featured on…my second favorite website next to Bakerella!

February 9, 2009 04:00 PM
339 said...

Wow, this is such a cool idea! I can’t believe how realistic it looks… you’re so creative!

February 9, 2009 09:17 PM
Stephanie said...

i love this so much! it’s a brilliant idea and makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside :)

Now if only I had a boyfriend to make this for…:P

February 9, 2009 11:24 PM
*You Lite Up My Life* said...

Hi Bakerella, I store them either in a plastic container or cake box. Will storage affect the texture of the cupcake?

Thanks :)

February 10, 2009 12:23 AM
Anonymous said...

Absolutely fabulous! Thanks so much for sharing your creative genius. I get so much inspiration from your work. Thank you!


February 10, 2009 02:16 AM
Audrey and Josh said...

I’m so in love with this cake. So much that I’m going to attempt making it for my mother’s birthday on Monday. Being born 2 days after Valentine’s day she loves chocolates and even more she loves cake so now I’ve found the perfect gift. Thank you!

February 10, 2009 03:25 AM
Bakerella said...

Liv – sure.

cakes_are_fun – yay

Heather – awesome … congrats

Some_Area_Gal – glad you like.

Brandi – thanks

Ashley – I did it by hand.

Kara – I did see, but thanks for the heads up. – I was pretty happy with this one.

Stephanie – just make it for yourself.

*You Lite Up My Life* – if air gets to them, they can dry out.

Anonymous – Glad you enjoy it.

Audrey and Josh – Happy Bday to your mom!

February 10, 2009 04:30 AM
Chinouk said...

I would make it if I thought I could. But you can also send some yummie stuff to me. :) I’m happy to eat it…

February 10, 2009 02:25 PM
346 said...

I LOVE your blog and your baking ideas. I added a link to your site on my recent post on Valentine’s day ideas.

Thanks so much for posting your fabulous idea! I’ll be reading all your blog posts from now on.

February 10, 2009 11:58 PM
Bakerella said...

Chinouk – you can be my tastetester – thanks

February 11, 2009 02:34 AM
Amylouwho said...

Are you kidding me!!? That is gorgeous! I think the only problem is that it’s so beautiful I wouldn’t want to ruin it by eating it.

OH, what’s that? It’s red velvet cake? Oh, maybe I’ll have a little piece.

February 11, 2009 01:50 PM
Hestias Gem said...

I like the way your mind works. I’m making this cake as a surprise for my family this Valentine. Great job!

February 11, 2009 05:04 PM
Lisa S. Luckey said...

Wow, very nice. I think I’ll try it this week for my husband.

Thank you for this tutorial.

February 11, 2009 05:26 PM
The Parson's Daughter said...

Absolutely lovely! Excellent photography, too.

February 11, 2009 07:24 PM
g. said...

oh Bakerella! I am newly addicted to your website. I saw your Valentine box of chocolates and I just had to give it a try. It was my first try with fondant (I made the marshmallow kind and tinted it pink, my arms got too tired to go all the way to red!) And this was my first try at making the cake balls that you are famous for. yum! Both gave me a chance to flex my novice cake decorating skills. And surprisingly the project was pretty forgiving. Thank you so much for the inspiration. I am just pleased as punch with they way it came out! Happy Valentines. (P.S. if you want to check out my work, pictures are on my blog!!)

February 12, 2009 12:56 AM
rhiannon said...

I tried my hand at this cake over the past two days. My cake doesn’t look as polished as yours, but I’m okay with it.

I discovered a couple of things… first, if you’re going to use chocolate chips, use Ghirardelli. It melted really liquidy and smooth. Nestle, for instance, was just way too thick.

Also, since the melted chocolate was so liquid, I used my egg separator to dip the chocolate. Just picture the excess chocolate as egg white, it pours right off.

Here is my attempt:

February 12, 2009 03:13 AM
DivineDiva said...

This is a way cute idea. I tried making the cake balls (first time)but i used a strawberry cake and Cherry frosting. The store bought frosting is a little to sweet for me. I also tried the heart shape rather than just the balls. How do you get your chocolate to coat so smoothly especially on the shapes. Mine don’t look anywhere near as smooth as yours. I enjoy your blog very much.

February 12, 2009 04:06 AM
Bakerella said...

Amylouwho – that’s right. You can do it. Take a bite.

Gem – have fun

Lisa S. Luckey – you’re welcome

Parson’s Daughter – thanks

g. – WOW!!!!! I am super impressed. It looks perfect.

rhiannon – thanks for the tips.

DivineDiva – I think it has a something to do with the Kroger brand candy coating. I have the best results with it.

February 12, 2009 04:15 AM
xoxo michelle said...

this is sooooo fantastic!
you are quite the creative mind!
this is the kind of stuff i love.
good work!! favouriting this :)

February 12, 2009 04:55 PM
Tracy P. said...

I was thinking I could count on you for an adorable Valentine cake ball. You don’t disappoint!

February 12, 2009 08:32 PM
Bakerella said...

xoxo michelle – thanks

Tracy P. – Glad you like the V-Day spin on the cake balls.

February 13, 2009 02:34 AM
Eboni said...

That is one of the most beautiful and well crafted cakes I have ever seen! I am totally going to follow this blog if I can find the follow button. Regardless, I will return.

February 13, 2009 07:33 PM
Boss Of Everything said...

Yes, I will be your girlfriend.


Boss O xxxx

February 14, 2009 02:53 AM
Heather said...

I just made this and while it didn’t turn out NEARLY as gorgeous as yours, it was still pretty impressive for a first-time cake decorator. I got lots of compliments on the cake balls, both on the looks and the taste. :) Thanks for posting the step-by-step instructions! Where do you find red fondant by the way? I could only find white or a package with a variety of colors. Thanks again, and happy Valentine’s Day!

February 14, 2009 03:34 AM
Shari said...

I made the Valentine’s Day gift box for my husband. His birthday is Feb. 14th. It turned out so good, not as good as yours of course. But it looks great. THANK YOU for the idea!

February 14, 2009 04:34 AM
Christina said...

I love your web page!!! I can not wait to see your newest creation. Today my sister in law and myself made your Valentine Day Cake. It did not look as fabulous as yours but it was a fun experience. It was our 1st cake decorating. Thanks

February 14, 2009 04:40 AM
Bakerella said...

Eboni – top left.

Boss Of Everything – haha

Heather, Shari and Christina – send a pic so I can see.

February 14, 2009 02:36 PM
Izzybee said...

Bakerella, you’re awesome! My 7 year old daughter and I made one of these last night as a special Valentine’s activity, and while it doesn’t exactly look like your picture because I’ve never decorated a cake in my life and my assistant is 7, it was huge fun to make and my daughter is so proud of making a cake that has turned out “looking like a grown up made it”.

February 14, 2009 03:20 PM
Labrys said...

At the last minute on Friday, I decided to attempt this. I have never used fondant before and my local craft store had only a tiny package of red fondant. So I used white for the most of it and accented with red. I used my chocolate crazy cake recipe. Instead of making cake balls at 1:00 a.m. (as the universe swung into the Age of Aquarius, btw!) I rolled up dark chocolate truffles to fill the candy cups. The man is thrilled!!

February 14, 2009 07:24 PM
Anonymous said...

You are amazing. Made two of these for my married kids for V-day. First time to use fondant. My don’t look as good as yours but I was quite pleased.

February 14, 2009 08:48 PM
Kirsteen said...

I had a go: I’m quite pleased with how it came out. Nowhere near as good as yours, but not bad for a first go ;-)

Thanks so much for your blog, it always inspires me to have a go. :-)

February 14, 2009 11:01 PM
Robin said...

I made this as my first attempt at cake decorating. I made it for my mom who has Celiacs disease so I had to make it gluten-free. Overall it was a success. I had to make my own fondant, the pre-made kind doesn’t list allergens, which I had never done before… nor had I ever used fondant before so I did’t really know what consistancy it should have. But she absolutely loved it! So thank you for helping make her day truly special.

February 15, 2009 12:57 AM
Alice Enevoldsen said...

I made one – and I had to modify a lot since we're very allergic to chocolate, milk, eggs, and butter. My version (not as pretty as yours, but if you applied your skill I'm sure it would be) is allergy safe for nut-, peanut-, milk-, egg-, soy-, bean-, and coconut-allergic people. The only major allergen in it is wheat (and if you're diabetic it has a LOT of sugar in it).

My cake:

And yes – I'll bet Cake Wrecks would have a field day with it, but I'm still quite proud of my first experimentation with rolled fondant.

February 15, 2009 05:52 AM
cj said...

thanks for all your helpful directions!

my girlfriend loved it.

it was my first time baking. ever.

picture of the cake i made

February 15, 2009 06:19 AM
Libby said...

So you inspired me to give fondant a try. It’s certainly not perfect, but I’m so happy with the results. Thank you for the brilliant idea and sharing your instructions with us. (Details of my attempts on my blog, Knit Tidbits)

February 15, 2009 02:00 PM
Lorena said...

Thank you so much for the inspiration. My cake balls weren’t nearly as pretty as yours, but they sure were good. Thank you for the great ideas.

February 16, 2009 12:58 AM
Bakerella said...

Izzybee, Labrys, Anonymous, Kirsteen, Robin, Alice Enevoldsen, cj, Libby, Lorena – Wow. I am so impressed that you all tried this. I never would have if I had not played with fondant before. You guys rock. Congrats on the cakes.

February 16, 2009 03:54 PM
Shari said...

Here is a picture of the cake I did for my husband's birthday/Valentine's. I have never used fondant and made marshmallow fondant so it tasted better. The cake is 12×2.

February 16, 2009 07:04 PM
Beth Hansen said...

Thanks so much for this fabulous idea! I had so much fun making these with my family. They turned out so well and everyone loved them!

February 17, 2009 01:25 AM
Bakerella said...

Shari – great job on the cake

Beth – glad you had fun with it.

February 17, 2009 04:55 AM
Kristin said...

You are so talented! I have enjoyed looking at your beautiful creations. I recently had cake balls for the first time and was floored at how yummy they are! Then I discovered your site and see that they really are quite the phenomenon! I made some Peanut Butter Dipped Chocolate Cake Balls (my creation) for this Valentine’s Day with chocolate cake mix, but I made my own cream cheese frosting using 2 8oz. blocks beat with 1 cup powdered sugar (I find the canned frosting has too much “filler” in it), but then, I dipped them into melted Reeses’s chips (I also added a few milk chocolate chips and Crisco to make it more runny). They turned out very well! I thought you’d be interested in the combo after seeing some of your other recipes.

February 17, 2009 06:59 PM
Adam &amp; Lisa said...

You are so amazing!!! I decided to attempt this, and it was actually pretty good! Also, I wanted to share that I used a melted Hershey’s Cookies and Cream candy bar to dip a couple of my chocolates–way yummy!

February 17, 2009 08:02 PM
Sonia D. said...

i know i know. everyone is all "look at mine!"
but i am too!

thanks so much for the directions!

i was terrified when i decided i was going to make it bc everyone said that fondant is super difficult to work with, but come to my surprise it was so much fun and it turned out…well nearly perfect! again thanks so much my boyfriend and family loved it! they said it was delicious.

i did change a bit since i couldn't find a large tub of red fondant, i used 2 little packs of red and white for the bottom of the "box"(under the chocolates), and it worked out great. i also used yellow cake and chocolate icing for the "glue". again. thank so much!!!

consider me a fan!<3

February 17, 2009 08:44 PM
Carol said...

I made these with chocolate cake and they were gone in the blink of an eye! Where can I fine red velvet cake mix?

February 17, 2009 09:47 PM
Mindy Volkert said...

okay – i need to know how you got your cake balls to actually look like candy chocolates for this cake? are you using a candy mold? i’m very intrigued to find out and am anxious to try it out myself.

February 18, 2009 02:19 PM
Anonymous said...

my church has a bake sale every Valantines day, next year i am trying this for the big event! every one will be amazed and what a genious you are!!!

February 18, 2009 10:01 PM
Bakerella said...

Blogger Kristin – thanks

Adam & Lisa – where's mine?

Sonia D. – Hi fan. Glad you took the plunge. Fondant seems much less scary now.

Carol – look on amazon. They might have it. Sprinkles cupcakes also sells a red velvet cupcake mix

Mindy Volkert – no molds on these. Just shaped by hand

Anonymous – It should go for big bucks

February 19, 2009 12:53 AM
Michele said...

I made the Red Velvet balls this week. They turned out a little big, and my dipping technique left a lot to be desired. They were delicious. I had to pass on the recipe. Thank you.

February 19, 2009 03:57 PM
Bakerella said...

Michele – glad you liked em.

February 20, 2009 01:20 AM
Kellie said...

I’ve made your cupcake pops multiple times and got the itch to make some heart bites for february. I was feeling so proud of my creation posted here until I saw your delicious treats you made for V-day. Yours look AMAZING of course and was such a better idea! I am going to try that next year. Thanks for always posting such fun ideas.

February 22, 2009 12:32 AM
Bakerella said...

Kellie – I don’t know what you are talking about. Your V-Day Bites look awesome.

February 23, 2009 05:14 AM
Toast said...

Since the instant I saw this I’ve been in awe over it and, well, since I’ve been drooling over this for such a long time, I figure it’s about time I go ahead and try it.

I’m a bit worried since I have to make it gluten free (and gluten free things have a tendency to misbehave…), but I’m hoping that everything will turn out alright.

I’ll be getting the ingredients tomorrow. Wish me luck! ;)

March 6, 2009 05:18 AM
Bakerella said...

Toast – Okay… good luck!

March 8, 2009 02:55 AM
Amy said...

Love it!

March 22, 2009 07:34 PM
Kate said...

Bakerella –

I just made this!! My boyfriend is coming back from a vacation in a couple days and im going to surprise him with it! :]

It was my first time to make a cake, and I had to tint the fondant myself (complete pain), and it is CERTAINLY not perfect, but i am soo proud and i love love love it.:]

May 29, 2009 06:47 AM
Kate said...

Bakerella –

I just made this!! My boyfriend is coming back from a vacation in a couple days and im going to surprise him with it! :]

It was my first time to make a cake, and I had to tint the fondant myself (complete pain), and it is CERTAINLY not perfect, but i am soo proud and i love love love it.:]

May 29, 2009 06:47 AM
sprinkle said...

how did you come up with the box idea?!
Its sooooooooooooooooooooooo cute.

September 22, 2009 10:46 PM
bakerella said...

Micki – I hand shaped them.

September 28, 2009 02:17 AM
sarah.a said...

o my god sow cute I have to make it and great job and thank a lot

October 9, 2009 05:10 PM
Kim said...

This is the BEST site I have come across in a longgggg time….I love that you have so many red velvet cake ideas…it’s my favorite!!! I can’t wait for Valentine’s day to make this!!

October 22, 2009 06:58 PM
Ivy P M said...

hi, i want to know what frosting can i use except cream cheese? thanks…

October 28, 2009 02:55 AM
bakerella said...

Ivy – you can use any flavor you like.

November 4, 2009 08:50 PM
Mae said...’re brilliant!

January 19, 2010 12:36 AM
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