When you find out you are pregnant and want to share the big news in a spectacular way,
serve a We R Prego Reveal Cake. When you cut in the cake you’ll reveal the surprise hiding inside.
Making a reveal cake is not for the faint of heart, but when you have something as exciting as a pregnancy to share, it’s really worth the effort.
Imagine cutting a slice out of this cake to let your husband or family know that you are expecting a baby. Cake is great, but when it shares big news, it becomes life changing.
Over the past year, I’ve been experimenting with hiding surprise messages inside cakes and have found that it is essential to use a dense cake, like pound cake.
After having lots of readers ask if they can use other types of cake, I decided to experiment. A regular cake mix is too light and airy and the cake rises so much that they letters move around a lot. By adding sour cream and milk to the cake mix, it becomes more dense, has fewer holes, and holds the letters in place better.
Cakes rise, and there is no way to keep the letters from moving a little, but I found using Betty Crocker Cake mixes you can achieve good results.
I just recently shared the recipe for making a chocolate Marry Me? Reveal Cake and thought there were so many fun occasions that could be celebrated with one of these reveal cakes that I wanted to make more.
I started with this pregnancy reveal cake.
Be sure to check out the recipe and the step-by-step tutorial for making this We R Prego Reveal Cake on Tablespoon.com.
There are so many occasions you can make extra special by serving a reveal cake.
Be sure to check them out too. Some of the desserts pictures above are made using cake while others are made using ice cream. There are so many possibilities.
Birthday Reveal Cake, Marry Me? Reveal Cake, I Love You Reveal Cake, Polka Dot Reveal Semifreddo,
St. Patrick’s Day Reveal Cake, 4th of July Reveal Cake, Rainbow Semifreddo, Christmas Ornament Reveal Cake