6 layers of dark chocolate cake, cream cheese cookies and cream frosting, covered in cookie crumbs, dark chocolate ganache, and Oreos on top!
This is a black mirror glaze cake with neon green and yellow spider web glaze. It looks more yellow then green in the light. I love the contrast!
I had a lot of people tell me this cake looks like a lava flow, and I agree! I just love the way the spider web effect turned out, and I can’t wait to try it out again! Continue reading
This Unicorn Cake is a confetti cake with pink buttercream frosting. It is frosted in Black chocolate buttercream and has white buttercream hair. The horn, ears, and eyes are white fondant painted with gold luster dust.
My friend Jr told me this cake looks like an aerial view of the glaciers 🙂
I bought this new heart mold from Silikomart to make a heart mousse cake for Valentines Day. I love the mold because it is silicon, and it has a heart cut out piece so you can cut out a heart shape that fits just inside the mold. You can cut out the sponge cake base, and the fruit or chocolate insert. I still need to practice some more with the mold but it is great!
I made these two galaxy mirror glaze cakes with five different colors of mirror glaze! I like how the same colors were used but they both turned out very different! Continue reading
I made this cake for my Mom’s 60th birthday! It is layers of caramel mud cake, chocolate mud cake, salted caramel Swiss meringue buttercream, and topped with Nutella chocolate ganache, dark chocolate caramel squares, toffee, caramel popcorn, and chocolate covered honey comb! Continue reading
Panna cotta is an Italian dessert of sweetened cream thickened with gelatin and molded. The cream may be aromatized with, coffee, vanilla, or other flavorings. For this entremet, I chose to make vanilla bean panna cotta, chocolate mousse, and chocolate sable Breton.
I had so much fun pouring the mirror glaze on this cake with my mom! It was fun making her laugh when I tried to put the extra glaze back inside the bowl and it got all over my hands. It was fun watching her be amazed as I poured the stripes and they sunk into the mirror glaze and dripped off. It was really great having my mom here seeing this process and appreciating how much work goes into this simple looking cake!! I made this donut shaped entremet with caramel mousse in the center, and chocolate mousse on the outside, and covered in white chocolate mirror glaze. I made this cake for my good friend Lynn’s son who is getting baptized! Her son has been friends with my son since they were 1 years old! I can’t believe he’s 8 now and getting baptized!
My entremet is filled with decadent crème Brûlée, caramel mousse, chocolate ganache, chocolate mousse, and chocolate hazelnut sable Breton.
Happy New Year! My inspiration for this New Year’s cake was gold confetti falling down at midnight, champagne bubbles, and that silky black dress you wear to the New Year’s party. Aren’t New Year’s parties fun?! Continue reading
This cake was really fun to make! My favorite parts are the gum paste snowflakes, and the marble sail. Continue reading
This red velvet cheesecake is the ultimate layer cake! It has three layers of red velvet cake, two layers of cheesecake, buttercream frosting, and candied cranberries on top! This cake is tall, dramatic, and vibrant. The red velvet cake is moist, melt in your mouth soft, with that light chocolatey buttermilk flavor. The cheesecake layers are smooth, rich, and creamy. Together, the layers make the perfect combination.
My Grandma Mary made the best Eggnog at Christmas time. It was thick, creamy and delicious. I always looked forward to her eggnog and Christmas cookies. She would make a huge batch of sugar cookies, always sprinkled them with sugar and cinnamon. I can almost taste them just thinking about them! I really miss my Grandma. I wonder if she knows how much we talk about and think about her cooking, her “yummy stuff” as my sisters and I call it (or Grandmas macaroni as some of the family calls it), her taquitos, her beans and rice, her eggnog… the list can go on and on. I made this eggnog tres leches cake in honor of my Grandma and her famous eggnog. I hope it tastes at least half as good as hers!
My son is still keeping track of his half birthdays, and wanted to celebrate turning 7 1/2 🙂 He requested a candy cake with all his favorite chocolate candy. It was really fun decorating with candy, and I loved seeing his face when he noticed his new favorite cookies and cream Hershey’s bar! This is a 6 inch cake with four layers of chocolate mud cake. It is so yummy and dense, almost like a fudgy brownie. The trick is that I put melted chocolate right in the cake batter! There are three kinds of fillings in this cake- raspberry, blackberry, and ganache. It is frosted with vanilla bean Swiss meringue buttercream and has a chocolate glaze drip.
I made this cake for my good friend Lynn on her birthday! This cake is a 4 layer chocolate mud cake with fresh raspberry buttercream. It is frosted with black ganache and decorated with 14 carat gold leaf, pink cyclamens, and a chocolate sail.
I have a passion fruit vine that has been growing like crazy lately! The flowers are a beautiful purple, and I love seeing them pop up! The vine is very long and the tendrils grab on to every plant they can find in my garden. Because of this, it is sometimes hard to see the flower. The flower lasts only one day, and usually pops up in the late morning. My son and I like to go outside at least once a day to hunt for passion fruit flowers, new passion fruit growing, or even large passion fruits that may have been hiding! I had more then the usual amount of passion fruit this week, so I decided to use some in this cake. It is so rewarding using home grown fruit in my baking! This cake has three layers. One is passion fruit and the other two are lemon. The vanilla bean Swiss meringue buttercream balances out the tanginess of the lemon curd filling. It is a winning combination!