This cake is for my son who wanted to celebrate his 5 1/2 birthday this year! He looooves blue and wanted an all blue cake. I did my best! I got my inspiration from Katherine Sabbath Continue reading
I am so excited about this cake because I used a new recipe for the frosting! I usually made a basic buttercream frosting, but this time I tried the Swiss meringue buttercream. It worked like a dream! The flowers held up, and there weren’t any air bubbles. Also I have to say that it is much tastier, it is a little less sweet. This frosting is perfect for my husband who doesn’t really enjoy super sweet frosting.
This cake was fun to make! The inside is white cake colored red, white and blue for the Avengers colors. It is filled with white chocolate pudding filling, and covered with chocolate ganache under the fondant. The Avengers logo is made with yellow fondant and is hand cut. This is a really big cake, it is a 10 inch cake and is 6 inches high! Continue reading
My sister Chelsea had a baby shower last weekend and asked me to do the cake! Since the gender of her baby is a surprise, she wanted grey, white and yellow as her colors. This cake is a two tier chocolate and vanilla cake with raspberry mousse filling and buttercream ruffle frosting. Continue reading
Apples are my favorite part of the fall season. I love apple pies, and this time I wanted to try to incorporate an apple pie into a layer cake. I have seen cakes on pinterest where they actually take a whole apple pie and bake it inside a cake! I thought that was fascinating! I decided not to try it this time, but I made my own version of apple pie cake I took an apple cake with chunks of apple inside, and layered it with apple pie filling, Dutch apple pie crumbs, and cream cheese frosting! This was also my first attempt at making a naked cake! Continue reading
I made this Fortune Teller Tent for my son’s Halloween party this year. I have to say, the fortune teller was the best part of the party! I had a fortune teller come to the party and she gazed in the crystal ball, did palm reading and also tarot cards!
Happy Halloween! I made this black rose swirl cake for a Halloween party. I think the black roses make it a little spooky and mysterious. I got to use my new black cake stand, I think it went perfect with the cake! Continue reading
I had a lot of fun making these eyeball cake pops this year. They were very easy and I had all the ingredients in my cupboard. These eyeball cake pops look so gross I don’t know if I can even make myself eat one! I made them for a Halloween party, and I am sure the kids will think they are really disgusting! Continue reading
On my last trip to Hawaii, my family and I went to Kona and ate at Big Island Grill. The food was delicious, but what I loved the most was the “Kona Pie”. Kona Pie is rich creamy mocha almond fudge ice cream piled high on an Oreo cookie crust, topped with fresh homemade whipped cream, hot fudge, and macadamia nuts! Yum! We went back several times to this restaurant just for the Kona Pie! Since I have been home, my husband and I have had cravings for Kona Pie many times. I knew this would have to be my next dessert for my blog. Since there is no recipe from the Big Island Grill, I made my own. It is super easy with only 3 ingredients! I hope you like it as much as I do! Continue reading
Tiramisu is a popular coffee-flavored Italian dessert. It is made of ladyfingers dipped in coffee, layered with a whipped mixture of eggs, sugar, and mascarpone cheese, flavored with cocoa. I first had this delicious dessert at my friend Mike’s Italian restaurant. I always want to order it every time I go, but sometimes they run out of the Tiramisu. I decided I needed to learn how to make it myself!
I made this kit kat surfer cake for my nephew Timmy who is turning 6! It is a vanilla cake with raspberry mousse filling, covered in blue buttercream frosting with a kit kat border surrounding the cake. I used the buttercream to style a wave and added a bit of food coloring to get the darker blue color in the waves. Continue reading
I made this cake for my sisters Baby shower! She is having her 4th child, a little boy. The theme was “Ahoy its a Boy!” This Blue Velvet Cake was perfect for a baby shower for my new little nephew soon to be born! In this post I will show you how I made the fondant waves, and also I will give you the recipe for the blue velvet cake along with the white chocolate ganache recipe, and the marshmallow fondant recipe. You will love this cake, it is bright, festive, and delicious! Continue reading
This recipe for Buttercream Frosting I got from my teacher at a cake decorating class. It is so easy and yummy! Continue reading
To make white chocolate ganache, the ratio is 4:1 because white chocolate is a lot softer then regular chocolate. You can use a high quality white chocolate, but you can also use white chocolate chips. Continue reading
This rich and delicious cake is made with a chocolate flourless cake, peanut butter mousse filling, frosted with chocolate Pastry Pride, and topped with peanut butter cups and chocolate syrup! I made this cake for my husbands birthday per his request. It was a big hit! Continue reading
This is my second attempt at making the delicious “Le Fraisier”. This amazing French cake is full of strawberries, French cream, and sponge cake! Continue reading
This Watermelon Party is called “Everything Watermelon” because everything on the table, the games, and the decorations are all watermelon! On the dessert table I served watermelon flavored cake, big juicy watermelon slices, watermelon cake pops, watermelon cupcakes, and watermelon lemonade! Continue reading
This Watermelon Cake is made with a deliciously refreshing watermelon flavored cake, frosted with a bright pink watermelon flavored buttercream, and covered with a home made marshmallow fondant. The watermelon design is hand painted, and the seeds are made with black fondant. Continue reading
These watermelon cake pops are so unique because they are made with watermelon flavored cake, and look like watermelon on the outside! I had a lot of fun making these watermelon cake pops and I will share the steps I took to make them. Continue reading
This is my first time making a white cake with no crust, no need to trim dark edges, no need to cut off a top crust, and no need to torte! I made a WASC cake, which stands for White almond sour cream cake. You start with a basic white cake mix then add sour cream, almond extract, sugar, flour, eggs and water. See how perfectly these cakes turned out, no dark crust! Continue reading