It’s been almost a year since I’ve had my Russian piping tips out. Those that follow me on Facebook and Instagram would have seen my video piping flowers last week. I piped them all out and then popped them in the freezer to use this week.
We are now settled in our new home, a meer 14,000 kms from our place in Texas! Things are still in a state of disarray but the kitchen is sorted. I have missed playing in the kitchen and this cake was a great break from the boxes and organising.
My last order for our time over here in Texas, a Frozen cake for a gorgeous 3 year old.
This cake was super simple, using an Elsa doll as the base. I only had a day to get this one together and thankfully nothing went wrong!
The weather here in Texas is crazy for mid November. It should be cooling down, it’s not!!! Today we hit 30°C, those Fall boots will have to wait, it was perfect weather for wearing wedges.
This cake was based on a Michael Kors wedge that my friends and I fell in love with, funnily enough, none of us bought them! So, we will eat one instead!
Not all Halloween cakes have to be gory. This simple cake does double duty, Halloween and a birthday.
Covered in black fondant and rolled in Kara’s edible gelatine glitter, this cake contains both chocolate and vanilla cakes sandwiched with ganache.
When I first saw Rachael Teufel’s (from Intricate Icings) geode cake I knew exactly who I wanted to try and make one for. Then, only a week or so later a PDF tutorial was available to purchase and I jumped at the chance. The tutorial has been sitting on my computer ready to use for months and this week it was finally the time!
A quick cake with a twist! I really wanted to make a cake with a moving part, so I decided that my hubby’s b’day cake would be the one. That way if anything went wrong, it wouldn’t be such a disaster.
So I give you a beer mug with a rotating pretzel on top! I bought a hobby motor and gear kit online and gave it to my 13 year old son to put together for me. Thankfully he put it together with no problems.