An investment in some new cake tins was made for this order – a 3D golf ball for a lady golfer – this was the equivalent of two 8″ square cakes in the amount of cake made, and it was deceptively heavy! A few flowers prettied it up and made it more feminine.
I was pleased to be asked to make a cake for a gentleman that I worked with for about a year before his retirement – the order was placed secretly by his wife and everything was very “hush-hush”! The main cake was fruit cake, because it is his favourite, with cupcakes a mixture of chocolate,
I saw these little biscuit tube things in a local shop and it gave me an idea for a cake, in fact I ended up making three in different flavours just for experimentation! These are only small, but would scale up quite happily. The square one is chocolate mint, the cake is chocolate, the buttercream
A birthday cake for someone with a fascination with aliens! The cake was vanilla sponge, and from the trimmings of the cake I made some mint flavoured cake pops which I covered in white chocolate melts coloured green. Went down a treat, and a novelty to find green cake inside when cutting it!
The event was a party weekend called WASH (Weekend at Sunny Hunstanton) for a social organisation known as Plus, and the cake was to celebrate the 25th annual event. It needed to provide over 200 portions, so I made two cakes – the official one for photos, and a smaller cutting cake. The big show cake
Just a bit of fun, but I made some cupcakes to sell to raise money on Red Nose Day at work, where we all dressed as pirates for the day! These are Red Nose Red Cupcakes (red coloured cherry cakes), and “Pieces of Eight” cakes – chocolate cupcakes topped with chocolate buttercream and a couple