Saturday, November 3, 2012
Start with a two tier cake of your choice (or more) ,then mix these two ingredients together for the best tasting frosting ever! I prefer to use this on a cake more than any other. Of course most people like a fondant cake for just the looks of it. But this is the best tasting!
Using a pastry bag and a large tip make large dollops of frosting starting at the bottom.
Then with the back of a regular spoon , smooth these out and make your next row.
Here is what you end up with, a fun cake that someone will really want to eat!! I refrigerate it because the frosting will slide off at room temp if it is out for hours.
Posted by Liz at 10:49 PM
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
This cake was for Brenna's 16th birthday. Such a DARLING Girl!
Love ya kiddo!
She found the pic on pinterest and so her mom decided to surprise her with the cake of her dreams and this is how it turned out.
I have a bit of a disadvantage in the cake world as I do not have an airbrush, but I have found the next best thing. Check it out here! http://www.duff.com/products/uniquely-duff/duff™-metallic-gold-cake-graffiti
Duff is my inspiration on so many cakes!!
Posted by Liz at 10:58 AM
Sunday, September 9, 2012
This cake was a surprise cake for Kallie requested by her cute husband Jayden to celebrate their first anniversary. He wanted a replica of their wedding cake as you can see in the top photo. This is all cake and frosted in buttercream. The big layer I did a cheetah design, I hope it turned out. I found the directions on youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUZf7gBlEG4
Happy Anniversary Jayden and Kallie!!
Posted by Liz at 12:51 PM
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Saturday, March 17, 2012
This cake was for my sweetheart, he never gets a cake just for him so when I saw it on pinterest I had to try it. So easy and yummy too! All you need is a triple recipe of buttercream icing, a two layer 9 inch cake and a large piping bag with a 1M wilton tip. Doesn't take much time at all.
Thursday, January 12, 2012
This cake was for a darling young lady for her sweet 16.
The shoes were her gift.
This is Jessica, she wanted to do a Mt. Dew & Jerky cake for Harvest Ball, she is
a quick study in cake for sure!
This is Laticia, her farm cake was also for Harvest ball. She did most of the cake herself, including the barn. She is talented!