Hazelnut Crunch Cake with Mascarpone and Chocolate. For the cake: Preheat the oven to 180°C / gas mark 4.
Butter and flour two (20cm) cake tins. Prepare the cake mix according to package instructions. 100 Christmas Desserts. Hazelnut Crunch Cake with Mascarpone and Chocolate. Hazelnut Crunch Cake with Mascarpone and Chocolate. Butterfly Cake - Cakes We Bake Cake Decorating Community. Cake decorating techniques. Cake decorating techniques using the piping method have been one of the most creative ways to decorate a cake.
A simple round or square cake can be turned into a very beautiful and elegant cake by just using the piped cake decorating patterns. The most commonly used icing for piped designs on cakes are buttercream icing, butter icing and royal icing. Chocolate ganache can also be used provided it is of a thick consistency. There are many different and creative ways to decorate a cake with piped designs. Free Tips, Techniques and How to Videos. Nigella - yogurt pot cake. A Lighter Pumpkin Cake. Every week, baking expert Alice Medrich is going rogue on Food52 -- with shortcuts, hacks, and game-changing recipes.
Today: Give the king of the fall a makeover with a lighter pumpkin cake (that just happens to be gluten-free), thanks to Alice Medrich. Pumpkin normally appears in rich pies or hearty cakes. But here, with rice flour and a hint of spice, it produces a moist, fluffy cake with subtle flavors. What goes into making chocolate bowls. Leave it up to me to mess up every recipe in the world... but on the flipside, by experiencing everything that goes wrong, I end up learning the most.I had seen these bowls from Stephanie's Kitchen, and decided it was a fantastic idea for my food independent study. ingredients: chocolate, and balloons!
First, a giant bar of chocolate all the way from taiwan! And it's -special- grade, whatever that means. (i actually tried to pipe pretty lacy chocolate bowls first, but uh, that completely failed so i moved on. plus i don't like that pink fake chocolate.) Rose Cake Tutorial. DIY Pom-Pom Cupcake Topper Tutorial and Giveaway! UPDATE: For those of you who may like these toppers but not want to make them yourself, I'm now selling them on Etsy!
I hope you guys liked these pom-pom cupcake toppers from my rum and raspberry custard cupcakes because they're not only fun and festive but easy to make! So fun and easy, in fact, that I'm debuting my first ever tutorial post today to show you how to make these with just a few simple tools and supplies, all readily available at your local crafts store. Cupcake Christmas Tree. My brother threw a holiday potluck for a bunch of friends and on the invite he presumptuously assigned me to dessert, pending I could attend of course.
He assumed correctly on what I would be bringing, but now that I have claimed myself a “baker” on this lil blog of mine, I have a lot to live up to! I’ve done my fair share of cookie baking this holiday season, so I wanted to try something a little different. Leelabean Cakes: A Tutorial: Chrysanthemum Cupcakes. Ahh Fall!
Can you hear it knocking on your door? It's coming and I'm so excited, as I am each year to welcome my favorite season. Wearing jackets, boots, and scarves to stay warm with the refreshing, clean and crisp nip in the air... Make Your Chocolate Butterflies. Decorate your cupcakes, cakes and much more!
You want to keep your tiny artwork inside the freezer before you will need to use them, and try no to handle them any more than necessary. They crack without difficulty, particularly if they’re thin or large. Press all the chocolate into the corner of the bag and draw your butterfly on the parchment paper, with the crease as a guide for the centre of the butterfly’s body. Begin with drawing a stick in that crease, adding wings on either side. Try for symmetry, do not worry a lot.