Monthly Archives: August 2011

Rose bud cake and cupcakes

The cake was a light chocolate sponge filled with a layer of white chocolate ganache and milk chocolate buttercream and a layer of dark chocolate ganache and milk chocolate buttercream

The cupcakes were a selection of fruity flavours of lemon, orange, cherry, strawberry and raspberry

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Pink stars

Vanilla Sponge filled with mixed red fruit preserve and a whipped vanilla buttercream

Happy Birthday Jodie!

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Lavendar vintage rose cupcakes

These were a selection of fillings topped with a creamy vanilla buttercream

 

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Cupcake selection

Here are a selection of fruity, chocolatey and dessert cupcakes

The fruity Tower 

 

Apple

Filled with a bramley apple preserve and topped with a creamy vanilla buttercream

Strawberrys and cream

Filled with a strawberry preserve and topped with a creamy vanilla buttercream

Raspberry

Filled with a Raspberry coulis and topped with creamy vanilla buttercream

Lemon

Filled with a tangy lemon curd and topped with a creamy vanilla buttercream

Blackcurrant

 

Filled with a blackcurrant preserve and topped with a creamy vanilla buttercream

Blueberry

Filled with a blueberry coulis and topped with a creamy vanilla buttercream

Chocolate tower

White chocolate ganache

Filled with white chocolate ganache and topped with a milk chocolate buttercream

Milk chocolate and hazelnut

Filled with a milk chocolate and hazelnut ganache and topped with a milk chocolate buttercream

Mint and chocolate

 

Filled with a white chocolate and mint ganache and topped with a milk chocolate buttercream

Cherry

 

Filled with a black cherry preserve and topped with a milk chocolate buttercream

Red Velvet

This is the traditional, well known Red velvet, it’s a light chocolate sponge topped with a vanilla cream cheese buttercream

Dessert tower

Trifle

Filled with a Raspberry jelly and topped with a Vanilla custard, whipped cream, and of course the all important sprinkles

Banoffee

Filled with banana and topped with toffee cream and whipped cream

Apple crumble

Filled with bramley apple preserve and topped with vanilla custard and crumble with a hint of cinnamon

Lemon cheesecake

Topped with a tangy lemon cheesecake and buttery biscuit crumb

Tiramisu

The sponge is soaked with expresso coffee and amaretto and topped with an amaretto and mascarpone cream cheese 

Strawberry tart

 

 

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Gerbera Daisy Wedding Cake and Cupcakes

I was asked to do something “non traditional” colorful and fun around the gerbera daisy. It was an out door wedding, very relaxed, happy and colorful.

The bottom tier of the cake was a zesty lemon syrup sponge filled with a tangy lemon curd. The middle tier was a light chocolate sponge filled with a milk chocolate ganache and a black cherry preserve. The top tier was a vanilla sponge, filled with a strawberry preserve and a whipped creamy vanilla buttercream

There was a selection of cupcake flavours,  all topped with a creamy vanilla buttercream and filled with Peanut and milk chocolate ganache, Raspberry preserve, Salted caramel, pineapple preserve and apple and elderflower preserve

Cookie pops

Something different, fun and of course edible!

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Coffee and cream star cake

This was a vanilla sponge filled with a milk chocolate and coffee ganache and a creamy milk chocolate buttercream

Happy birthday Mo!

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Barcelona T shirt cake, cupcakes and cookie pops

This cake was for one special boy! His dad really wanted to make it special for him. He’s a big fan of Barcelona and Messi.

The cake was vanilla sponge filled with vanilla buttercream and strawberry preserve

The cupcakes were filled with milk and white chocolate ganache and topped with vanilla buttercream.

Happy Birthday Roberto Sinclair!

I hope you enjoyed your cake and cookies and had a great party with your family

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