A subtle Harley Davidson theme in Stella’s favorite colours… all strictly gluten-free of course (even the fondant and decorations). Inside lay a marvelous Guinness and Whiskey cake and icing! mmm
Once again the Guinness and Whiskey chocolate cake has proven itself to be a worthy birthday cake! Happy 60th Martz!
I want a Viking party! Well, that got my thinking cap on and pretty much blew my son’s, his friends and their parents socks off. Most certainly surprised me with how well this turned out.
In retro style and for the grandest of parties – a masked ball! Almond flavored cake that most certainly attracted quite a crowd and a happy 40 year old friend!
For my daughter’s first birthday party – a caramel swiss roll with pink stripes. Fun, girlie and delicious – just perfect for a one year old where most of the adults will eat the cake.
Most definitely the most striking of cakes! But quicker destroyed with great enthusiasm than made – that’s for sure!
Monsters are such fun to create as they give you so much scope to be creative and you can really do anything with teeth, claws, ugly faces and multiple eyes and; VOILA! You’ve made a monster!
Summer birthday parties are always filled with water games, themes and sunshine. The whole party was all about Orca’s and dolphins – just because my son thinks they are awesome creatures.
One thing about kids is that their demands are so simple. Smarty (candy coated chocolates) towers with lots of colours and a chocolate cake = happy birthday boy.
Made for my brother’s 30th birthday knowing how he loves the colour blue…
Every boy seems to go through a superhero phase. My son was no exception. Challenge accepted!
Infused with Irish Whisky and Irish Whisky Cream and dark chocolate, cream cheese frosting and a pint of Guinness. Who says cakes can’t be decadent and taste like nirvana? Simple look but rich in flavours!