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 awhile since I’ve posted a decorated cake, so I was really happy to get an order to make a baby shower cake for a couple who are having a baby girl!
Like the last baby shower cake I made, this one was also SO much fun to make. For some reason, I just love sculpting fondant into little baby toys and teddy bears. Because this cake was for a girl, I got to put a bunch of little girly details like the tiny flowers and the pink bow on the bear’s head.
Hey everyone! I hope everybody is having a wonderful weekend. I myself have been having a great time with my aunt who is visiting all the way from Pakistan!
Today I have here another video on how to make a dessert. A couple weeks ago I had written a post on French Macarons and now I have a tutorial on how to make these sweet delicacies!
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Hi everyone! Today I will be sharing a dessert that has been on my baking bucket list for the longest time- French Macarons!
These are very pretty and delicate sugary treats.
Just to make it clear, Macarons are not the same as Macaroons. I know a lot of people are confused about what the difference is, and the difference is that Macarons are almond based while Macaroons are coconut based.
Hi everyone, last weekend I made a buttercream rose cake. I used a 2 layer 6 inch chocolate cake with vanilla buttercream tinted pink with a bit of orange. To make the roses, I made swirls that looked like rosettes on the sides and top of the cake. I started at the bottom of the cake and made my way to the top. This is a really simple cake and is very forgiving because even if you mess up on one rose all you have to do is scrape it off and try again! We had a few guests over and they enjoyed the cake with us.
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This year for valentine’s day I made pink vanilla cupcakes with buttercream frosting and a pink flower made of frosting on top. I used wilton’s gel food coloring to make my cupcakes pink. I could only take pictures of the cupcakes before they were frosted because I didn’t make that many so they were already eaten by everyone (including me) before I had the chance to take anymore pics.