1 Box White Cake Mix
1 Box Red Velvet Cake Mix
1 Recipe Cream Cheese Fluff Frosting

Cream Cheese Fluff Frosting

32 oz. bag confectioner’s sugar
1-8 oz. Cream cheese
1 cup Marshmallow fluff
1/4 cup butter softened

Vanilla and/or Almond Extract (to taste) Combine all ingredients in stand mixer and mix until light and fluffy. May add milk 1 teaspoon at a time


Prepare Cake mixes as directed in two 9” cake pans each. Bake as instructed. Cool completely.

Use all 4 cakes, but only use 2-3 layers to assemble cake. Trim cakes so that all are uniform and flat. Note: If layers are small enough you can try all four.

Use 6” plate and 3” biscuit cutter. On the red velvet cakes, place 6” plate in center of cake and slice cake using plate as a guide. Place 3” biscuit cutter in center of red velvet cake and remove middle ring of cake. Repeat above steps for the white cakes and replace white cakes in red velvet cake and vice versa.

Frost layers as a normal cake. First layer is Red Velvet with white inserted. Second layer is white with red velvet inserted.

About Layne Prescott

Layne was born in South Carolina to Air Force parents. She lived in the Azores two different times (a total of 6 years) before settling permanently in Arcadia when her father retired. Arcadia is her mother’s home town.She is fifth generation Floridian. Layne married Mike in 1979, moved to Wauchula and had three children.

Layne comes from a long line of great southern cooks, married into a family of great cooks and loves to prepare all kinds of food (regional specialties include guava cobbler, chicken & dumplings, chicken & yellow rice). Her mother had to learn ‘Cajun cooking as her father was from Louisiana, but doesn’t get much chance to cook her childhood favorites because her husband does not like spicy food.

Even though she doesn’t get a chance to vary her menus very often at home, she loves to explore and experiment with new techniques and recipes. However, if a recipe starts out with “day before” or is longer than 2 inches/2 paragraphs long, she skips it and goes on. If she was to summarize her cooking “style” it would be simple southern comfort food.