Recipe Box, Bahama Beach Bundt

Bring some beach into your home with this Bahama Beach Bundt cake

 

breaking waves icing

Tropical blue waves washing against a white chocolate shell dotted sugar sand beach

 

sandy beach cake top

 

And when you cut into it…

 

 

beach cake cut

 

Mouthwatering moist blue velvet cake  🐳

 

beach cake slice

 

It will bring the ocean right to your door!

 

beach cake dome & mermaid glasses

 

Just a little doctoring with the mix

 

beach cake collage

 

I used 4 eggs instead of the recommended 3, and used only the whites to keep the color pure blue

I also used Almond milk for the liquid, and added sour cream, almond emulsion and white chocolate chips

 

Bahama Beach Cake

 

To make wave like frosting,  place half of icing into another bowl.   Add aqua food coloring to mixer bowl and beat until incorporated and you have the desired shade

 

divide icing and color 1:2

 

Make large half circle swirls, using a cake spreader knife and swirling from bottom to top

 

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Do the white first, covering the top half of cake, working carefully to avoid cake crumbs*

*To help prevent cake crumbs in your icing, you can do a thin layer of icing and refrigerate cake for an hour before doing a second layer

 

wave icing

 

Finish with the breaking blue waves coming up from the bottom

 

shells and sand cake topping

 

I used left over white icing and put a thin layer across the crown of the cake for the brown sugar and shells to adhere to, and used the remaining blue icing  to cover the exposed cake down in the center

 

sandy beach cake top

 

You can keep the baked cake under a dome at room temperature

 

palm tree cake dome

 

It stays moist and fresh for days

 

beach cake and dome

 

Or put it in refrigerator to avoid temptation  😋

 

Bahama Beach Bundt Cake table

 

beach cake on tile tray

 

This cake made the mermaids very happy…

 

mermaid glass

Bahama Beach Bundt

  • Servings: 12-16
  • Difficulty: easy
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Cake

1 box Blue Velvet Cake mix*

4 egg whites

1 stick butter, softened

2/3 cup Almond milk

1 cup sour cream

1 cup white chocolate chips

2 tsp almond emulsion or vanilla extract

1/2 cup light brown sugar

Combine cake mix with egg whites, sour cream, butter, almond milk and almond emulsion in a bowl or stand mixer.  Beat 1 minute to combine, scrape down bowl and beat for 2 more minutes.  Stir in chocolate chips. Pour into greased bundt pan and bake at 375 for 30-40 minutes or until cake is just done.  Cool on wire rack before removing from pan.

Invert cooled cake onto cake plate or parchment.  Carefully ice the top half of cake with white icing.  Next ice the bottom  half of cake with blue, making swirl strokes from bottom to top to create “waves.”  Top the cake with brown sugar and place chocolate shells on “sand.”

Buttercream Icing

1 stick butter

1 box confectioners sugar, about 4 cups

1/4 cup cream, or 1/2 and 1/2

2 tsp almond emulsion, optional

4-8 drops aqua food coloring or gel

Beat all ingredients, except food coloring, together and add additional cream if necessary until icing is desired spreading consistency.   Put half of prepared icing into another bowl.  Add food coloring to remaining icing and beat until the color is smoothly blended.

White Chocolate Shells

white candy melts

plastic shell mold {available at craft and cooking stores}

Melt candy in a measuring cup in microwave.  Heat on 50% power for 1 minute, and stir.  Continue heating in 30 second intervals until melted enough to pour into molds.  Pour or spoon into molds until 3/4 full.  Tap mold on counter to remove air bubbles and even out the chocolate.  Refrigerate until set.

Store cake in covered cake dome or in refrigerator.

* substitute white cake mix if desired and color the batter with food coloring

 

beach cake dome & mermaid glasses

The Mermaid thepaintedapron.com

If you can’t go to the beach, bring the beach to you!

for another printable version of Bahama Beach Bundt Cake click here

You might also like these Beach Bum Butter Rum Cupcakes made with a doctored Butter Pecan cake mix

 

beach bum 1 thepaintedapron.com

Thanks for swimming stopping by…

You can find the tutorial for the Tile Tray here

You can see more Mermaid decor here and here, and a Mermaid Pot here

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10 Responses to “Recipe Box, Bahama Beach Bundt”
  1. Jenna, your cake looks amazing! I am sure it taste as great as it looks. Have a wonderful Sunday!!

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  2. Jodi says:

    What a fun turquoise cake !! 💙

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  3. Mary says:

    What a fun cake to enjoy seaside with the brown sugar beach and shells on top Jenna! I’m lovin’ your palm tree painted cake dome too!

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  4. Kim says:

    Awesome cake! Now I know what to do with the blue velvet cake mix I bought at Easter and didn’t use. i hope you don’t mind, but I’ll link your cake post to my tablescape this week. Your beach cake will go perfectly! Thanks for sharing your creation! 🙂

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  5. Kitty says:

    I’d sure love a slice of your beach cake on your beautiful deck, Jenna! You did an awesome job of decorating the cake and of painting the pretty dome and goblets. Your creativity in cooking and painting is inspirational. Have a great week!

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  6. Lori says:

    Doesn’t this look fun! Sounds super yummy! Thank you for sharing and linking up at Dishing It & Digging It 🙂

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  7. Stacey says:

    Butter and sour cream? Sign me up!!

    Happy Thoughts of Home on Thursday. Pinning to share. 🙂

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  8. JESS44903 says:

    SO cute!! Love how this turned out!

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for crafts, recipes, and tips: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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