It’s a little late to be posting this, but here’s the turkey cake I made for thanksgiving this year. It’s a spiritual prequel to this cake.
He was a vanilla cake with dark chocolate ganache.
The head was made with modeling chocolate and the large feathers were gumpaste.
I threw a Christmas themed Halloween party this year (weird, I know). This candied beast was the centerpiece of our traditional Christmas dinner spread.
The cake itself was cherry-flavored with vanilla buttercream. Decorations were done using fondant, modeling chocolate for the bone, and pineapple rings and maraschino cherries for the garnish.
And a bonus picture of me in my Sally costume:
This cake was for a little boy who LOVES his construction toys. The whole party was construction themed. He even had a bulldozer piñata to smash.
The cake is chocolate with vanilla buttercream. It was super moist and chocolatey.
I wanted to practice my buttercream flowers and made two pretty Flower Wreath Cakes.
Both are vanilla with vanilla Swiss meringue buttercream.
This one was filled with Sugar Plum jam.
This one was filled with Blueberry jam and Lemon Curd.
I made another flower themed baby shower cake. This time it’s buttercream flowers though!
The cake is pumpkin flavored with cheese-cake filling and white chocolate buttercream.
We did another baby shower at work. This one was for my direct coworker, so I went all out and made a Bouquet of Flowers cake.
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What’s a Halloween party without a
spooky adorable monster cake?
I named him GooGoth.
Continue reading “They Did the Monster Mash”
This was a really fun cake to make! I’ve always loved these multicolor gradient effects but hadn’t done it myself yet.
Continue reading “How Colorful!”
This was for my friend’s vampire themed party. It’s a dark chocolate cake with raspberry filling.
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Yum!! This cake was truly delicious. Chocolate cake, with Brown Sugar Buttercream, fresh raspberries, and raspberry filling.
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Here’s a cake I made for a coworker’s birthday.
She loves the Warriors, so that was the theme for the cake.
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Here’s the cake I made for my sister’s wedding. She’s a huge Doctor Who fan, so of course it had to be part of the wedding. She even had a Sonic Screwdriver bouquet!
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For a Romantic Evening
This cake was made for a friend’s “Trashy Romance Novel” themed birthday party. A month before hand she jokingly asked that I put Trump’s face on her cake. And so I had to deliver. To make it a little more thematically appropriate, I also decided to give him fabulous Fabio hair. My only complaint was that I didn’t get him orange enough. Continue reading “Fabio Trump”
My first wedding cake
This was made for my boyfriend’s sister after her cake baker backed out last minute. I had never made a wedding cake before, but thought it would be a lot of fun. The experience making this cake is why I’m still baking cakes today and hope to make more wedding cakes soon.
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These were some cupcakes made for St Patrick’s Day. The rainbows and Pots of Gold were from a wonderful Pinterest post I found and used Rolo’s, Airhead Extremes, and Gold pearls. The others simply had a chocolate coin on top.
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Who doesn’t love Carrot Cake?
This carrot cake was made for two coworkers’ birthdays. I chose to make a carrot cake mostly because one of them really doesn’t like vegetables. But even he liked the carrot cake.
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This was for a coworker’s birthday. She loves octupi and I wanted to practice drawing with buttercream, a match made in heaven! Her face when she saw it was priceless.
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