Hello everybody! Today I’m giving you the recipe for my very favorite chocolate mousse! It’s creamy, smooth, chocolate-y and just absolutely delicious. But I’m not gonna lie, it’s a bit tricky too. But well worth the effort! Just make sure to read the recipe carefully in advance so that you know all the steps, because you have to be pretty quick. But before looking at the recipe, let’s check out this cake, shall we?
I made this cake a few weeks back for a boy turning 10. The parents wanted a Minecraft themed cake and so I made this square cake covered in lots and lots of little squares in green, blue and brown. Continue reading
This past weekend I had the pleasure of making a cake for a little boy who turned one. The mother wanted a zoo cake and asked if I was able to make a cake with some fondant animals on top. I’ve never tried it before and was excited to try! I ended up making an elephant, a lion and a giraffe. Continue reading
It’s been quite some time now since my last blog post.. There have been so many other things on my mind that I have hardly done any baking at all before today.
I hope you have enjoyed your summer as much as I have and that you’ll like the recipe I’m sharing today! It’s a light and airy vanilla flavored cake with apples, cinnamon and chewy almond paste. It’s also very easy to bake, absolutely delicious and pretty to look at! 🙂 Continue reading
I baked these hazelnut mini cakes before Christmas and just realized I had forgotten to post the recipe! These tiny hazelnut cakes, with nutella frosting and sugared hazelnuts and absolutely delicious and perfect mouthfuls. It’s a beautiful combination of soft cake, creamy frosting and crunchy nuts. Continue reading
Today I tried a lot of new things! I made a mousse cake, I made brownies (no, I’ve never baked brownies before…) and I made jelly. I’ve only ever eaten brownies in coffee shops and have always found them to be a bit dry and uninteresting. Well, these brownies totally changed my mind about that! They tasted wonderful and were both soft and a little chewy. I really think you should try this recipe – I loved it! Continue reading
I’ve been wanting to try a ruffle cake for a long time now and finally got around to doing it! It was really a lot of fun and although a little time consuming, I enjoyed ever second of making it! 🙂 I painted the edges with gold luster dust mixed with vodka to highlight the ruffles and topped the cake with the chrysanthemum from earlier this week and a couple of roses made in the same way as the mini roses here. Here comes a bunch of photos! 🙂 Continue reading
This was such a fun cake to make. I usually worry so much about everything looking perfect that I’m rarely happy with the results since they are never perfect! All I can see are the imperfections and I regret making the decisions I made.. but that’s learning I suppose! 😉 With this cake though, I thought to myself that “it doesn’t have to be perfect” and it made such a difference! Continue reading