Adding to the list of desserts I made during Thanksgiving week, I made this 50th birthday cake for my mom’s cousin. My whole wheat chocolate coffee cake is a favorite among my family, so I made this along with delicious milk chocolate frosting as the filling.
Thanksgiving break happens to fall around the same time as my dad and my little brother’s birthdays. My brother’s birthday came first which meant I had to somehow find the time to make a cake for him.
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a fondant cake. I was soo excited to get this cake order for a cherry blossom cake for a girl at my school’s sweet 16. It was a very exciting experience as I’ve never done a cake like this before. Her party was cherry blossom themed, so the cake I made followed that theme as well.
It has been a REALLY long time since I’ve made a cake for “Cake 4 Kids” and I’m so glad I finally made time to make a cake for them. (For more info on Cake 4 Kids, check out my Cake 4 Kids page.)
This time I made a cake for a little girl’s 2nd birthday. For this cake, I decided to use frosting to decorate instead of fondant to broaden my icing decorating skills.
It’s been four whole posts since I’ve written a cake post, so here you go. As you can tell from the title, this was a 50th birthday cake for one of my parents’ very close friend. For this cake, I collaborated with a good friend of my parents’ and it turned out to be a wonderful experience. She and another good friend used to have an amazing cake business and over the years I have learned quite a lot from them.
It’s been too long since I’ve posted a decorated cake, so here’s a cake I recently made for a boy’s 1st birthday. The cake was a two tier vegan cake with a vegan buttercream frosting.
I had a lot of fun making this cake. There were so many colors I could’ve used, but I settled on yellow, orange, blue, red, and a nice mint green. The boy’s mom wanted smiley faces incorporated into the cake without using too much yellow, so I settled on using mint green fondant as the base color for the cakes.
I recently got an order to make a cake that I’ve never made before- a Sushi themed cake! I was really excited to make this cake and I was pretty happy with how it came out.
What do you think?
I have yet another gluten free recipe for those that are health conscious or even people who just want a delicious guilt free treat. It was actually my dad’s birthday last weekend, so I knew I had to make something that was gluten free (since he’s gluten free) and I found a recipe online on how to make a coconut cake. I decided to make my own little twist on the cake and to make it slightly healthier than it already was.
I made this into a coconut lemon cake which turned out to be absolutely delicious. This cake has eggs and a bit of butter, so it isn’t dairy free. BUT, I used fresh dates instead of sugar, so it was also sugar free. Also, don’t be intimidated about using dates. I am definitely not a big fan of raw dates (opposed to my dad who can eat them all day), but you can’t even tell that dates were used to replace the sugar.