Red Velvet Cake

by Michelle Lasley

Michelle Lasley is a mother, wife in Pacific Northwest learning to balance green dreams with budget realities.

February 3, 2011

Every month, at work, we have a staff meeting. At the staff meeting we celebrate the month’s birthdays.

This month hosts, of course, my birthday.

You may recall I like to make cakes, and my own cakes for my own special occasions. So, why would this year at this place be any different?

So, I made this “Red Velvet Cake” (aka Cocoa Fudge Cake) for work. Levi helped with the frosting. He had SOOO much fun helping, he got sad when I dropped him off at school – so I promised him we’d make another one when we got home. Hence the SECOND cake. 🙂

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