Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Nestle Toll House Cake - Fluffy Sea Foam Frosting

While perusing some old Magazine Ads, I ran across this one for Nestle Toll House Cake.  Yes, Cake.  As you can see by the ad it is missing the left side.  Anyway, I love a "Fun-Fetti" cake, (if you don't know what one is -- hit the grocery store baking isle).  So, I might love this too.  Now it does give Ann Pillsbury's Quick-Mix Method for making the cake, however, I think any good cake mix would do.  Basically it's a cake and you cook Nestle's Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels inside it.  Yum.  How about a white, spice, or even red velvet cake with chocolate inside.  Yes, please.

Basically make your cake, then pour into your 8" layer pans, then sprinkle 1 package Nestle's Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsesl (reserve 2 Tablespoons for frosting) over top of batter, half on each layer, bake in moderate oven 350- cool and frost. 

There is a recipe for the Fluffy Sea Foam Frosting which I will post below in case you need a frosting recipe. 

Ad is from 1949.  --- What about baking it in a Bundt Cake?  Love a Bundt Cake.  Ok, seriously, I love all cakes.  Need to diet now.  Thanks.  Enjoy.



Here it is Fluffy Sea Foam Frosting.  I may have to try this one.  it does call for 2 Tablespoons of the Nestle's Semi-Sweet Morsels -- however in the pic it is white.  So if anyone makes this before I do, let me know.

Fluffy Sea Foam Frosting:
Combine 2 egg whites, 3/4 cup firmly packed light brown sugar, 1/3 cup corn syrup, 2 tablespoons water, 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar and 1/4 teaspoon salit in top of double broiler.  Cook over rapidly boiling water, beating with a rotary beater (would a whisk work), until mixture stands in peaks.  Remove from heat.  Add 1 teaspoon vanilla: continue beating until thick enough to spread.  Gently fold in 2 tablespoons Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels.  Don not stir.  Frost cooled layers.
Yay it's Wednesday.

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