Milk Bar’s Stacked Carrot Cake with Graham Frosting and Liquid Cheesecake Filling

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7 / 10 8 / 10

Milk Bar is definitely one of the best things about NYC. I’ve consumed more birthday cake truffels than I’d prefer to admit, and we loved it so much we paid a ridiculous amount to serve this cake at our wedding. So when I got this cookbook for the wedding, I was pumped. The problem is that all of the recipes are very complicated and generally require lots of new equipment. So if we were ever going to make something, Thanksgiving seemed like the right time…

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Dish Milk Bar’s Stacked Carrot Cake with Graham Frosting and Liquid Cheesecake Filling
Recipe Source Christina Tosi’s “Milk
Difficulty 9 / 10
Time to Complete 4-5 Hours?
Sides Served  Grater’s ice cream – obviously
Leftovers? Yes – makes a kind of small looking cake, but it is so rich, you can’t really take down a big piece
Lessons Learned More complicated is not always better
Any Recipe Deviations? Didn’t use the crunch – making 4 separate items seemed like enough
Make Again? Eh – probably not. But I’d try some of her other cakes. This was good, just not worth the return on effort compared to other carrot cakes
Changes Next Time?
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3 Responses to Milk Bar’s Stacked Carrot Cake with Graham Frosting and Liquid Cheesecake Filling

  1. Pingback: The First Annual Lund Family Thanksgiving | Lessons from the Kitchen of a Stay-at-Home Husband

  2. The Editor says:

    that looks awesome…

  3. The Editor says:

    Reblogged this on Recipe Reblog.

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