This fun and festive Rudolph’s Red Nose Chocolate Cake would make a great centrepiece over Christmas. Layers of delicious chocolate sponge and frosting with some surprise red noses hidden inside.
This adorable festive Rudolph’s Red Nose Chocolate Cake is such a fun cake to make for Christmas and perfect for those who prefer chocolate to a fruit cake or mince pie. Hidden inside the cake is layers of moist chocolate sponges, a chocolate buttercream and some red noses, aka red velvet cake pops, which adds a little surprise once the cake is cut into .
This Hamburger Cake is fun to make and consists of a vanilla sponge bap covered in coffee butter cream, filled with a chocolate brownie burger, chocolate spread with cheese and salad made from fondant icing.
The Great British Bake Off is back!!!! Yaaaay *does a happy dance* ! Of course this means that it also sees the return of the Great Bloggers Bake Off (#GBBOBloggers2017) *does another happy dance*. Also, it sees the return of me baking lots and trying not to gain too much weight! Well, I have failed on that score already with my Hamburger Cake which I managed to bake today. However, I have already sampled a slice (a very small one!), despite my promise to myself last night that I would be back on my healthier eating today!
This spectacular Party Food Party Cake is the perfect birthday cake because you can customise it any way you like, to suit the birthday boy or girl. It hides a rainbow sponge inside but it is very easy to make, and is guaranteed to bring a smile to everyones face.
It was Burton’s 8th birthday last weekend, and he had a lovely day and tried his hand at wake boarding and then an inflatable outdoor assault course.
This fun creepy Witches Cauldron Cake will make a great centrepiece at any Halloween party, read own to discover how to make one yourself this Halloween.
With it being Halloween at the end of the month, my boys are started to get a little excited already. This is largely due to the fact that the school Halloween disco is on the 20th and they, like many of the other school children, love this because they get to dress up in fancy dress and so do the teachers and PTA helpers. I have to admit, *whispers* it is my favourite disco of the three held each year too!
Interest in baking is at an all-time high here in the UK, and people are exercising their skills in the kitchen all the time – there’s no event that doesn’t improve immeasurably when cake is involved, and this gives amateur bakers ample opportunity to show off their skills with a mixing bowl and a batch of buttercream.