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Hello everyone, maybe some of you can help me out. I've made alcohol cakes but none with vodka. What would be the best cake flavor to use with vodka? I know that taste of some cakes will not taste well with certain alcohols.
post #2 of 10
Vodka is a flavorless alcohol. Unless you are using flavored vodka.then just use whatever complements thst flavor
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post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
Thanks alot. Your response was greatly appreciated. I am getting ready to bake it now.
post #4 of 10

They make a birthday cake flavored vodka don't they? I think that would be pretty cool to try with a vanilla/yellow cake!

post #5 of 10

I recently made a chocolate cake with chocolate cake-flavored vodka infused in the cake, once it was baked. It was in honor of a 50th birthday and the client loved it.

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Originally Posted by kaylawaylalayla View Post

Vodka is a flavorless alcohol. Unless you are using flavored vodka.then just use whatever complements thst flavor


lol, this.

post #7 of 10

...also Smirnoff makes a caramel vodka that is delicious, and I think that would make an excellent dessert too!

post #8 of 10
I guess my comment was only half helpful. Here are some liqours and cakes that go well together.
Chocolate - kahlua, creme de menthe, kirsch, chamborde, rum, grandmarnier, frangelico (my favorite). Vanilla - brandy, rum, grand marnier, bourbon. Limoncello amaretto Red velvet... hmmm. I bet brandy might be a nice accent to cream cheese frosting. If youre making tres leches or a white chocolate cake, I'd have to say brandy. With tres leches I like to add a tbspn or two of brandy to the three milks and IT. IS. SO. GOOD.
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post #9 of 10

Fill glass with ice, pour vodka over ice, squeeze generously with fresh lime, fill with tonic water --- oh wait, that's something else :)
 

post #10 of 10
Then bake! Hah :p
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