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Easy PINK a Boo Cake Recipe

It’s hard to believe that Halloween is just around the corner and to celebrate, my little ladies and I decided to mix-up the cutest PINK a boo cake recipe you ever did see!

My girls and I love to spend time baking together in the kitchen and I always have a few cake mixes on hand for when we get the itch to bake. But, one thing I never skip out on is homemade frosting. I have been using the same delicious, yet easy, four-ingredient buttercream frosting recipe for as long as I can remember! When life gets busy, you can always rely on homemade frosting to make everyone ask for seconds, or even thirds, and I promise you, everyone will be asking “Is this cake homemade!?” Here is my go-to buttercream frosting recipe:

Ingredients:

For the Simple Buttercream for you PINK a Boo Cake Recipe 

  • 1 c. unsalted butter
  • 3.5-4c powdered sugar
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 1-2 tbsp milk or heavy cream

How to:

Step 1: Make and bake your cake using instructions on the box.

Step 2: Make your simple buttercream frosting by combining butter, powdered sugar 1/2 cup at a time, and vanilla together using a standing mixer or a handheld mixer.

Step 3: Slowly add in the milk or heavy cream until frosting is at your desired texture! 

PINK a Boo Cake Recipe step 3

Step 4: Wait for your cake to cook completely and then frost, decorate and serve!

PINK a Boo Cake Recipe Step 4

Helpful Tips:

Pro Tip 1: Let your butter soften outside the fridge for 30-60 min. before you combine all ingredients, I promise it makes a big difference when baking!

Pro Tip 2: Don’t forget the crumb coat! After baking your cakes, put them in the fridge overnight. In the morning, ice the cakes with a quick, thin layer of icing aka “the crumb coat” and place the cake back in the fridge for an hour or two. Finally, add the last layer of icing to get a nice, smooth, crumb-free coat before decorating and serving this delicious PINK a Boo Cake Recipe! 

PINK a Boo Cake Recipe Crumb Coat

This super easy PINK a Boo Cake Recipe is the perfect treat for any Halloween party and will have your guests impressed! Enjoy!

PINK a Boo Cake Recipe Finished

If you enjoyed this PINK a Boo Cake Recipe be sure to check out this Not-So-Scary Pink BOO Bark Recipe.

About the Creator: 

Hi, I’m Brittany, I live in the Chicago suburbs and am a former teacher turned to stay at home mom to three of the sweetest little ladies, Avery (6), Emerson (4), and Isla (2). I thrive on making everyday memories and love sharing fun and easy ways to make everyday feel like an adventure with your kids. Our days are typically filled with tutu twirling, dancing, crafting, lego making, and LOTS of iced coffee sipping and I wouldn’t have it any other way! Thanks so much for stopping by and don’t forget to come to say hi over on Instagram at  @snyderfamilyco!

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