Coconut Cream Cake

Coconut Cream Cake is endless supply of coconut enhance in each nibble! Coconut implanted cake, coconut cream cheddar icing, sprinkled with toasted coconut. Genuinely a coconut sweetheart’s fantasy!

Coconut Cream Cake is presumably perhaps the best cake I have ever had. The coconut cream cake itself is so rich and damp and the icing is simply beyond words. This is one of our sister Elise’s astounding preparing plans. Elise is unquestionably the master with regards to cakes.

This is a formula you will need to keep close by for extraordinary events, it is ideal for showers, birthday celebrations, weddings, and having organization over. We have even made it for Easter and dressed it up like a rabbit. It’s a pleasant treat to serve at Hawaiian themed parties, as well!

Coconut Cream Cake

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Recipe by Editorial TeamCourse: Dinner
Servings

4

servings
Prep time

30

minutes
Cooking time

40

minutes
Total timeminutes

This dreamy Coconut Cream Cake is a coconut lovers dream. A white sheet cake is baked then holes are poked all over the top forming edible bowls to collect the coconut cream to be poured on over the cake while its still warm.

Ingredients

  • Wet Ingredients
  • 1 cup butter softened

  • 1 3/4 cups white sugar

  • 1/2 cup cream of coconut Coco Lopez is the one I used, it can be found by the drink mixers at your grocery store- reserve another cup to drizzle on the cake after baking

  • 4 eggs large

  • Dry Ingredients
  • 2 1/2 cups flour

  • 1 teaspoon baking powder

  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda

  • 1/2 teaspoon salt

  • Additional ingredients
  • 1 cup buttermilk

  • 1 teaspoon coconut extract

  • COCONUT CREAM CHEESE FROSTING
  • 1/2 cup butter softened

  • 8 ounces cream cheese softened

  • 1 teaspoon coconut extract

  • 2 pounds powdered sugar more if needed

  • milk as needed

Directions

  • For the Cake
  • Separate eggs, set whites aside.
  • Beat wet ingredients together including egg yolks until fluffy.
  • Sift dry ingredients together and stir well.
  • Add dry ingredients to wet using mixer on low speed alternating with buttermilk/extract mixture.
  • In a clean bowl, beat egg whites with a pinch of salt until stiff. Fold egg whites into batter.
  • Line two 9-inch pans with baking spray and flour (or what works BEST is lining the bottom and sides of the pan with parchment paper- cut a circle for the bottom of the pan and a strip for the sides and still spray above and below the paper)
  • Bake at 275 degrees for about 90 minutes (this cake comes out much nicer when cooked at a lower temperature).
  • After about 60 minutes, do the “toothpick test”, repeating every 5-10 min or so until the toothpick comes out clean. 
  • After the cake is out of the oven and transferred to parchment paper or a cooling rack, poke each cake with a few holes (making sure not to poke all the way through) and drizzle another 1/2 cup of coconut cream over the top. This keeps the cake extra moist.
  • After the cake completely cools, gently cover it with some plastic wrap and transfer to the freezer to freeze overnight.
  • The next day, frost immediately after removing from the freezer (see frosting recipe below). This keeps the cake from crumbling while it is being frosted. 
  • Put a layer of frosting in-between the two cakes and then continue to frost the remainder of the cake.
  •  After frosting, sprinkle the cake with toasted coconut (instructions for toasting are below). 
  • Allow the cake to thaw for about an hour before serving.
  • For the Frosting
  • Beat butter, cream cheese, and coconut extract together, adding powdered sugar little by little until reaching desired consistency. 
  • If it seems to get too stiff, add about 1 tsp of milk at a time until you get the consistency you want (add milk to thin it out, add powdered sugar to thicken it up).
  • Toasted Coconut
  • Place contents of about 1/2 bag of sweetened, shredded coconut on a cookie sheet. 
  • Spread it out so it makes just a single layer. 
  • Bake at 325 degrees for approximately 8-10 minutes
  • Some pieces will still be white and soft, some browned slightly with a little crunch.

Notes

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