A light saber cake topper you can make yourself. Lit with LEDs. No electrical wiring needed! Made with fondant and a variety of unexpected simple items. Part easy fondant work and part arts and crafts
Shopkins Kooky Cookie cake. Chocolate cake with a delicious layer of safe to eat NO eggs chocolate chip cookie dough. Use the cookie dough recipe in homemade ice cream or toppings. Or eat it right out of the bowl. Share this video with friends and family that love Shopkins.
Disney's Frozen or a winter woodland cake. Topped with evergreen trees, mountains, waterfall made with piping gel and Elsa's ice castle. It requires no specialized cake decorating skills. Change the frosting colors to make summer themes like hiking, bicycling, or hunting. Things you need and related videos are listed below.
An easy to make bunny cake topper made out of fondant. A great project for fondant beginners. He will be a hit on Easter or spring cakes.
In honor of my dad who passed away a few years ago. How to make a cute and easy arctic themed hot tub cake. I made fondant polar bears and penguins for this adorable cake.
A great project for beginning fondant users. I'll show you how to make decorations to turn it into a home for gnomes, faeries, elves or Peter Rabbit. Complete with, door, toadstools, ladybugs, moss and more. Everything is edible except the gnomes.
Find out to bake a chocolate cake with zero baking skills! Despite having a basic recipe, no weighing scales and forgetting half the ingredients this chocolate cake turns out pretty well. What could be a chocolate cake fail turns into a baking success.
I love make sandwich cakes.
From what I've found, Wilton Cakes seems to be the godfather of cake decorating HowTo. http://www.wilton.com/decorating/decorating-basics/
interesting alternative to fondant:
I think Costco cannot be beat for yumminess and price.
I searched the world over trying to find Lego cakes that I liked. I pulled pieces from all over the internet to get my ideas together. My son has already informed me he wants a Lego Indiana Jones cake for next year! Anyone else have a Lego cake they'd like to share?
Ok, so, again, not exactly cake-related... but now that spring is coming to a close, and summer is right around the corner, it is officially cobbler season (for me, at least). The farmer's market is full of really great fruit here in California, and i love experimenting with different combinations to get something really delicious. Last week I tried two different kinds:
does anyone else do sugarpaste flowers?
Deadline is June 11th! Last year's winners were pretty cool.
This site is totally utilitarian, I love it - http://www.sugarcraft.com/catalog/misc/lessons/basiclessons2.htm
Bronwen Weber Airbrushing & 2D Cake Carving Class June 6, 2010
Smitten Kitchen has amazing recipes, and usually never fails... but I definitely screwed up this pear and almond tart: