Made at my brother's request, although he won't get to taste these (sorry Stu!). I have plans to tweak them and make them postable. You can find the original recipe here , although these are made to my own recipe, not from a box of cake mix!
Monday, 13 August 2012
This week's Cake a Day Challenge cakes will all be based on one colour and shape, so today's photo is of the cake in it's most simple, elegant form.
Tuesday, 7 August 2012
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Saturday, 4 August 2012
I've set myself a challenge to photograph a cake a day in order to build up my portfolio. Here's Day One. A crispie cake for a customer to take to a barbecue this weekend- what a fab pudding for the children!
You can follow #cakeaday on Twitter. I'd love to see people joining in, either with their own cakes, or those they love :) Don't forget to credit the original source if they're not yours though ;)
Posted by Becky Allder at 02:12
Friday, 20 July 2012
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Thursday, 12 July 2012
More because of circumstance than anything else (I was too ill to spend hours decorating), my sons and their friends decorated their own cupcakes at their third birthday party. They loved it so much I will be adding cupcake parties for children and adults (think hen parties etc) to my repertoire. Details to follow soon...
Posted by Becky Allder at 01:57
Wednesday, 11 July 2012
I saw a blog post the other day that inspired me to make a rice krispie cake, like the ones you make in paper cases, but a whole 6" cake tin of it to be served in slices! I'll be doing a rice krispie wedding cake for a wedding fair I'm doing in September- you never know when someone will be after something a bit different!
Posted by Becky Allder at 09:52
Tuesday, 10 July 2012
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Tuesday, 24 January 2012
Can you make a cake without using butter and eggs? Indeed you can, in fact these little beauties are totally vegan-friendly (dairy and egg free) and could even have been made wheat and gluten free as well! These wedding cupcakes were a mixture of chocolate and marmalade flavour. They were used as table centrepieces and the bride and groom decided not to tell the guests they were vegan until after they had eaten them, although I think a select few with specific dietry requirements were probably let in on the secret! I am very pleased to say that everyone was amazed that they were vegan and the guest who was allergic to eggs was thrilled to be able to eat cake!
Posted by Becky Allder at 08:21