Posted on April 1, 2012 Leave a Comment
I found this cute idea on Free-n-Fun Easter the other day and showed it to my kids. They then decided that this is what they would give their class mates for Easter this year instead of an Easter egg. I couldn’t source the mini pom poms in a hurry so skipped the arms and used cotton wool for their tails (not a real Easter Bunny without a fluffy tail!). I also decided to forgo the bows, if I didn’t have to make so many I would have gone to the trouble.
Let’s hope their class mates appreciate them, I really should have been writing an assignment!!!
“Jersey Caramel” puppy cake
Posted on April 1, 2012 2 Comments
I have been meaning to post this cake since I first started this blog, about time I say!!!
This was my daughter’s 8th birthday cake. Our gorgeous dog Jersey the cavoodle was the model. Inside all that fondant was white chocolate mud cake. The head was made out of rice crispy treats to ensure it was light enough for the cake to hold it up. A gluten-free cupcake held the candles at Jersey’s front paws for a special guest.
Elmo Cake Pops
Posted on December 19, 2011 Leave a Comment
Last year I had the pleasure of making my friend Campbell’s first birthday cake. So, when his second birthday came around I just HAD to contribute something for his party. A gorgeous little guy, obsessed with everything Elmo. His Dad made him a wonderful Elmo cake and I made some Elmo Cake Pops to match 🙂 Read More
Takeaway Coffee Cup
Posted on October 29, 2011 3 Comments
It seems like forever since I have posted! Uni has kept me too busy to blog but not to bake 🙂 Now that uni is done for the year I will try to post a few more goodies.
This cake was made for a 36 year old coffee fanatic, hence the 36 Beans logo. Read More
Posted on August 7, 2011 Leave a Comment
Ever crave roast potatoes but don’t have the time or patience to wait for them to cook? I have the answer!!!
While watch Nigella Lawson late one night she produced the most divine looking gnocchi to substitute for potatoes to go with her roast dinner. She calls them Rapid Roastini (Quick ‘roast’ potatoes). Read More