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You'll Freak Out When You See Why There Are Holes Poked In This Red Velvet Cake

OCTOBER 28, 2015  —  By Grace Eire  
Grace Eire

Grace Eire

On Viral Nova, Grace writes about cute animals. She also writes for design42day.com, and thoroughly enjoys puns - the good kind or the bad kind. She's not picky when it comes to puns. She's studied English, music, film, and other creative fields. In her spare time she's reading or writing creative nonfiction, arranging songs, or writing jokes just in case she some day decides to try stand up comedy.

There are tons of deliciously creative ways to utilize boxed cake mix, but this one really...well, takes the cake.

Brandi over at The Country Cook figured out a genius way to add texture and flavor to a red velvet boxed cake. It involves cheesecake-flavored pudding (yeah, it exists), crunchy, crushed Oreos, and light, whipped topping. Have I piqued your interest?

Good. Check it out:

Here's everything you'll need, give or take the amounts of oil, eggs, etc., listed on the packaging:

Bake the red velvet cake according to the instructions.

You could also get fancy and make it from scratch...if you really wanted to. When it's done, take a big straw and poke holes all the way though the cake (and snack on the scraps).

Next, mix up the cheesecake-flavored pudding.

Dump the pudding on top of the cake.

Try to get it directly into the holes as much as possible.

Level it off with a spoon...

Let it set in your fridge for about two hours.

Next: the whipped topping.

Think it couldn't get any better than this?

Think again!

Smash up some Oreos in a bag.

Now you're ready to go!

This cake will be a party in your mouth on so many levels.

(source The Country Cook)

I can just imagine all the different textures that will be in one bite of this beautiful dessert.

Remember to keep this cake in the fridge, though I bet it won't last that long, given how oh so yummy it is!

If you don't like red velvet...there are tons of other flavor combinations to try out, too!

 

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