Everything You Need To Know About Red Velvet Cake

    Aside from the fact that it's the tastiest dessert ever.

    Let's just get this out of the way: Red velvet cake is delicious and you should be eating it.

    As you may know, the cake is usually topped with yummy cream cheese frosting.

    And if you haven't figured it out already, the cake has a blood red interior.

    Red velvet cake used to be colored with beets instead of food coloring. Yummy. (?)

    Chocolate is one of the main ingredients in red velvet cake.

    There's an urban legend that the cake got its start at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.

    But in fact, we're all victims of a marketing ploy.

    The original tagline for the cake was this: "The cake of a wife time."

    According to Facebook, the country with the highest number of red velvet cake fans is the United States.

    Eating red velvet cupcakes is more beneficial* than working out.

    A red velvet armadillo made its film debut in the 1989 classic "Steel Magnolias."

    Jessica Simpson's wedding cake of choice? Red velvet.

    And Emma Stone had this sage advice about what to do when faced with red velvet cake: