This beautiful red velvet cake with a cream-cheese frosting provides 12 to 15 generous portions. It is perfect for celebrating those special occasions such as anniversary celebrations, birthdays and valentines. (Available with free home delivery)
A bit of history:
When foods were rationed during World War II, bakers used boiled beet juices to enhance the color of their cakes. Adams Extract, a Texas company, is credited with bringing the red velvet cake to kitchens across America during the Great Depression era, by being one of the first to sell red food colorring and other flavor extracts with the use of point-of-sale posters and tear-off recipe cards. The cake and its original recipe are well known in the United States from New York City’s famous Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, which has dubbed the confection Waldorf-Astoria cake.