Happy Sunday, my darling honey bees. Just one week to go until easter. It's mad just how quickly easter has come around.
Any way, I'll keep this one short and sweet. As I'm neck deep in baking... the madness!! So much baking to do, and so little time. Onwards and upwards. Cakes don't bake themselves!
Hello my darling bees! I've been wanting to make these for some time now, When I got married to my husband, Harvey, (a very long time ago), we had theses at our reception. They went like hot cakes! From that moment on, I was obsessed with learning how do you make theses delightfully chewy treats that look like perfectly colored buttons. With one bite, its feels like a party in your... um... mouth! Well, you get what I mean... its always nice having a party go off in your mouth.
You can do this cake over one or two days. I'd personal recommend taking two days: with your planning, prepping and baking on day one, then constructing your cake on day two. Starting with body, head, legs. arms and lastly feet (keep your offcuts for the arms, legs and feet). A template for the Teddy Bear to help guide you can be found at the bottom of this page.
Hello my little baker bees, I posted this devilishly delicious dessert just over a month ago, and I'm thrilled I've gotten round to writing her up on here now. I love experimenting with alcohol (while also drinking it, of course) and matching the right libation with the right confection. On more than one occasion it doesn't work, but this one is honestly a match made in heaven... or should I say hell (lame Auntie joke, but you get my point). This came out extra lovely, if i do say so myself!
Hello my baker bees, so here’s a skull cake that's as quick and easy as it is spooky! Note: This cake requires the use of a special skull shaped cake-tin (link included below).