Glad there’s only one of: Red Velvet Creme Cakes

I was at a rest stop somewhere on the Oregon/California border and saw these Red Velvet Twinkie-like creme cakes and thought they’d be interesting to try.
I brought them back to my sister’s house and she, my brother-in-law, Ethan and I gave them a try.

So…not so interesting.  These cakes were pretty tasteless. Zac, my brother-in-law described them as too airy and that t was like they tried to use as little flour as possible.  You’d think that would result in a nice, fluffy cake but they definitely lacked some sort of substance.  These crumbled very easily and were hard to enjoy.  We all agreed these were a disappointment – too bad I thought i stumbled upon a little treasure.

Red Velvet Creme Cakes

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10 thoughts on “Glad there’s only one of: Red Velvet Creme Cakes

  1. I find it impossible to imagine ever purposely eating anything like a Twinkie anyhow, though. Ew.

  2. I’m interested that the cake is called red velvet and it actually looks quite red, is it just chocolate cake?

  3. Tasty – red velvet cake is a Southern-originated (I think?) tradition in the U.S. It is basically chocolate cake that’s been dyed deep red.

  4. Didn’t Little Debbie just come out with something like these? See their web site

  5. the little debbie treats aren’t really in twinkie form like the mrs. freshley’s are. They’re just like little cakes. you could probably argue they’re the same thing, but i don’t think so. i actually kind of like the mrs. freshley’s cakes btw.

  6. yeah, these are nasty. . .I can attest. I love Red Velvet Cake, but this ain’t no Red Velvet Cake. . .long ways from it!!!

  7. the first time i saw the mrs. freshley’s red velvet cakes was four years ago at wal-mart, and i’ve been hooked on them ever since. can’t get enough of them, actually!

  8. Actual red velvet cake doesn’t taste like much of anything. It defintely is not chocolate nor chocolate flavored, (are you thinking of devil’s food, which has a chocolate taste and a red tinge to it?)
    A real red velvet cake’s taste comes from the cream cheese frosting. The cake is basically just a holder for the frosting.

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