I need Ashley. This week’s feast: Minecraft Cake Let’s play Minecraft. Obviously, the ingredients in the game can’t make a real cake. So we decided to treat you all to a modified version. 4 layers of delicious red velvetiness. To make this cake, you will need: 2 and a half cups of all-purpose flour, 3 teaspoons of Cocoa Powder, red food coloring, 1 teaspoon of baking soda, 1 and 1/2 cups of sugar, 2 eggs, 1 stick of melted butter, 1 cup of buttermilk. 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract and finally, a few tubs of cream cheese frosting. Compliments of Betty Crocker. (Curse you Batterwitch! We will foil your buttery plans someday) Combine the flour, baking soda and sugar in a bowl and mix together in. In a separate bowl, combine the cocoa powder and red food coloring. Whisk until you achieve a paste-like consistency. Pour the flour and sugar mixture and melted butter into a large mixing bowl. Beat on medium to high until combined Next, add in the eggs then the buttermilk vanilla extract, and the red Cocoa Powder paste. Add in as much as you want until your batter is just the right amount of red. For this cake We got 2 8×8 inch square pans. To make sure the cake isn’t stick, add in a little bit of oil and coat the sides with a napkin. Then, pour a little bit of flour and spread it around evenly. No pickaxe necessary but helpful nonetheless. Pour the cake batter in and even it out. Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees and bake the cakes for 30 minutes. You can test to see if they’re done by using a toothpick. If the toothpick comes out clean, then you’re ready to mine…..craft. Minecraft! To maximize the height of the cake, you should cut them in half with a cake leveler. Oh my gosh. This is… That was easily the most satisfying thing I ever have done in my life. Next, coat each level with a thick layer of frosting. The best tool to use for this is a spatula. When you get to the top make sure all the sides of the cake are covered, too. Now we’re ready to decorate. Yay! You’ll need: A box of fondant, gel food coloring in Crisco or shortening. First things first, cover the surface of your workspace and your hands with Crisco. So the fondant doesn’t stick. Begin kneading the fondant until it’s soft. *Chuckling* What? For real? For this cake, we need it colored brown and red. Add the gel coloring to get your desired shade and keep kneading it until it’s evenly spread. Repeat for each color. If there’s too much chatter and not enough work in the kitchen? Don’t worry, saran wraps got your back. A baton as well. Yeah Guys…. Cooking is fun. Very fun Okay Roll out the fondant to about the size of the cake, leaving a few inches on all sides. To ensure the fondant makes it safely to the cake, wrap it back up on the rolling pins so you don’t rip it Next, cover the cake with the fondant and delicately flatten the sides. Cut off the excess with a pizza cutter. From here on out, it’s all about decoration. Carefully cut out the white edges in using dabs of water glue it around the sides. Then, top it off with a big white square piece Cut out a bunch of various sized red squares and decorate to your heart’s desire. Feel free to finish it off with a border of icing. It’ll help hide any imperfections Voila, you’ve created your very own 4 layer Red Velvet Minecraft Cake. Be sure to cut it into six and fill up on those hearts. There’s a bit of fate ….of fiction. {Outro}

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  1. Bruh why have all these extra ingredients? like damn, all you need is three buckets of milk, three wheat, two sugar, and one egg!

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