I have made a tutorial on how to make the lovable Cookie monster – great one for kiddies and hobby bakers to get involved with as no special tools are used to give a really professional effect. Things you will need:Dessicated coconut 75gButterfrosting – You can find a suitable recipe here for 12 cupcakes Or use shop bought buttercream http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/basicbuttericing_73263Chocolate chip cookies – 1 per cookie monsterGiant Milkybar buttonsChocolat...
50 Bright Bakers, all coming together from different countries and backgrounds with one common goal: unity. We are so proud and honored to share our version of Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh. Each of us put our heart and soul into our piece. Seeing it come together was something we will never forget! Please take the time to view the individual album as well, as you will see just how detailed and different each square is. Thank you Alyssa of Cuteology Cakes for your incredible idea, amaz...
Made this simple swiss roll for my husband to have it with evening tea. Confession time: My daughter and I finished it off before he came. :-) Never knew a swiss roll is such an easy one. Ingredients: 3 medium eggs 75g caster sugar 75g plain flour 25g Cocoa Powder 1. Preheat the oven to 200⁰C, gas mark 6. Grease and line the Swiss roll tin with baking parchment. 2. Using an electric hand mixer, whisk the eggs and sugar together in a large bowl until thick and creamy ...
Cake: 1 box (18.25 oz.) yellow cake mix 1 container (15 oz.) part-skim ricotta cheese 4 eggs 1/4 cup water 1/4 cup vegetable oil Filling: 1 container (15 oz.) part-skim ricotta cheese 3/4 cup confectioners’ sugar 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 cup miniature semi-sweet chocolate chips 1 cup thawed non-dairy whipped topping Preheat oven to 325°F. Spray two 8-inch round cake pans with vegetable cooking spray; set aside. In large bowl, beat cake mix, ricot...
This (to me) is the hardest part about making a cake, getting that great clean smooth finish. With this tutorial by Whisk Kid, they show you how to frost a cake the best way every, with a scraper. Getting a bowl scraper, metal one, or any kind of scraper is the best way (to me) on how to create that smooth finish. This step my step word and picture tutorial will help you create that great finish. http://www.whisk-kid.com/2011/02/how-to-frost-cake.html
This is a two part video tutorial on how I made the Spring themed “Faberge Eggs” pictured above. I apologize for this video tutorial being two parts as I had some difficulties shooting it the first time so I had to totally chuck the whole tutorial and walk away from it :) The first part is how I made the “eggs” and the second part is about what I used to decorate the “eggs”. Here’s the link to where you can buy a 5 cavity silicone bake ware tha...
This is my first time posting a tutorial so I will do my best to explain the steps along with the pictures. I used the Wilton Wreath cookie cutter that comes in their Holiday 40 pc Collection. I used the large size one. Tools you will need Roll out your fondant (I added a small amount of Tylose Powder instead of gumpaste to the fondant), place your wreath cookie cutter on it then the circle in the middle to make sure it is centered before cutting. Once you have it placed correc...
I had posted these previously in a forum where someone was searching for a moist vanilla cupcake recipe, but thought I’d re-post in the “official” recipe section to make it a little easier to find ;) This is the recipe I’ve been using for my vanilla cupcakes and have had lots of success with them coming out nice and moist! The only thing I’ll caution on is this – if you’re only baking one dozen at a time, leave the rest of your batter in your bowl and re-whip with a spatu...
Caymancake’s Basic Cupcake Recipe 2 C self rising flour1 C milk3 large eggs2 C granulated (white) sugar1 C butter2 tsp vanilla 1. Cream butter and sugar together.2. Beat in eggs, one at a time.3. Beat in vanilla.4. Alternatively add flour and milk, starting and ending with the flour.5. Bake at 350 degrees – start checking after 15 minutes. When it bounces back to the touch, they are ready! Variations: Honey Lavender – swap out 1/4-1/2 of the sugar with honey (de...
INGREDIENTS: 9 eggs600g sugar300g peeled & ground almonds1 tsp baking powder1 tbsp wheat flour PREPARATION: Mixe the eggs with the sugar, than the almonds and last the flour and the baking powder.Line your cake pan with greaseproof paper.Place it in the oven for around 40 minutes at 180º C. That´s it, very very simple and so tasty. Hope you enjoy.
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