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Rainbow Crepe Cake: Behind Tasty

Here is what you’ll need!

Servings: 10-12

6 tablespoons butter, melted
3 cups milk
6 eggs
2¼ cups flour
7 tablespoons sugar
Red food coloring
Orange food coloring
Yellow food coloring
Green food coloring
Blue food coloring
Purple food coloring
6 cups whipped cream

1. In a bowl, whisk flour and sugar. Mix in eggs, then gradually mix in butter and warm milk, alternating between the two.
2. Divide the batter into 6 bowls with 1 cup of batter in each. Add a few drops of food coloring to each bowl, and whisk until fully incorporated and the batter is colored.
3. On a nonstick skillet over medium heat, pour ⅓ cup of red crepe batter, and tip the pan to cover the entire bottom surface. 4. Cook the crepe begins to gently bubble and cook through, then flip. Repeat until all of the different color crepe batter is used.
5. Stack crepes on top of each other, starting with purple, then blue, green, yellow, orange, and red, with whipped cream between each layer.
6. Cover the crepe cake in whipped cream, so that it’s fully white on the outside.
7. Slice, and enjoy!

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  1. Pro tip: use a pan with lower sides, like almost no sides. So much easier! Made a pancake cake a while back with frozen raspberries and whipped cream and a bit of vanilla extract mixed together: heaven!

  2. The crepe is suppose to be more fluffy and easy to chop…there was several attempts because it’s was too rubbery like

  3. I don't like that Alex Deboschenk. She looks controlling and bossy. Buzzfeed staff always seem uneasy around her

  4. You want to flip the crêpes without a spatula or anything, you want to butter the pan for every crêpe and loosen it up if you want to, but your going to flip the crêpe in mid air

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