6 layer strawberry cake with butter cream icing between each layer, Covered in a black marbled fondant. I was totally playing around and practicing with marbling fondant and ended up with this cake. It tasted awesome.
My children and I love making cookies to give as gifts to some of the folks we meet throughout the year who serve us on a daily basis. Such as the cashiers at our local Walgreens and the wonderful lady at our locl Sheetz who is always making the coffee in the mornings on my way to work. We think th...
This is what the cake looked like inside when sliced, I used a devils food type cholate & a dark chocolate.
Four layer French vanilla cake , covered with white fondant & hand painted with Wilton icing colors.
Four layer Sangria flavored cake , Covered with white fondant & hand painted with Wilton Icing colors.
Four layer French Vanilla cake covered with a Raspberry white chocolate Ganche, with Raspberry filling.
Four layer dark chocolate cake with chocolate butter cream between each layer, covered in a chocolate ganache & topped with dollops of butter cream & lindor truffles & a chocolate bar . The most fun I have ever had making a cake. My entire family loved it.
This is one of the largest, heaviest regular cakes I have ever made, it was 6 layers of banana cake with banana pudding & sliced bananas between each layer. The outside was covered with whipped topping, the top was covered with pudding and Nilla wafers around the outside and on top. Truly an awesome...
6 layer chocolate cake with butter cream between each layer. covered with rainbow colors of butter cream icing and drizzled with blue chocolate ganache. Topped with multi sized lollipop & skittles candies. This was made for my twins 10th Birthday & they loved it.
Yesterday I made my first batch of French Macarons. A macaron (/ˌmɑːkəˈrɒn/ mah-kə-ROHN; French pronunciation: [makaʁɔ̃]) is a sweet meringue-based confection made with egg white, icing sugar, granulated sugar, almond powder or ground almond, and food coloring. So let me tell you something folks, if you think making a small cookie is no big task then let me encourage you to make the macaron. The ingredients are very few, that is not the task of making them. Where it gets tricky is in the combining of the eggwhites into the flour mixture and its all about the length of time you fold them together. Haha. If you don't fold them long enough they will rise and crack if you fold to long they will be flat and ugly so it may take a few attempts before you get them right. I bake a lot and I was lucky enough to get them almost to a perfection on the second batch. I was like YES!! They have what is called feet,(which is the section at the bottom of the cookie where it rises, and they had shine which is of the utmost importance along with a smooth top. Anyway the challenge is good and it will really make you happy when you finally accomplish them and they look as they should. There are several videos on YOUTUBE on how to make the French Macaron. Happy Baking!!