25 Jul '15, 7am

Velvet Cake?

Ah, red velvet! The mere mention of these two words to foodies conjures up images of moist, deep-red cakes with a hint of chocolate and rich cream cheese frosting. Traditionally, red velvet is a four-layer cake where the batter has been tinted red with food colouring and/or beetroot and is frosted with tart cream-cheese frosting that contrasts in flavour as well as in its stark white colour. Any cafe in Singapore worth their hipster street cred serves a version of the popular cake. These days, businesses push the envelope with red velvet desserts, concocting out-of-the-ordinary versions of them . Here are 16 kinds we selected for you to try in Singapore.

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