When your boss requests a unicorn cake for her birthday and cake-based sculpture isn’t part of your skill set, it’s time to whip out the colouring gels, whip up some cream-cheese frosting and go crazy with the sprinkles. Continue reading
Isobel usually has white-blonde hair ‘fading’ to dark blue at the ends. (She now has peachy-red hair ‘fading’ to same.) Isobel likes EasyWay iced tea and chocolate-covered sunflower seeds. (She also like dinosaurs.)
This is Isobel’s cake. Continue reading
The PB cake is soft and creamy. The honeycomb frosting will hurt your teeth. The Butterfinger bars are an absurd textural necessity. This is not a cake for the faint-hearted. Continue reading
Intense, but stimulating. Sweet, but not rich. Who couldn’t love this combination?
Warning: requires a whole cup (and then some) of maple syrup, and nothing else will do. Continue reading
Obviously, if you’re lucky enough to get your hands on bergamot oranges, use those for the frosting. (Heck, you could even use real birthday candles…) Continue reading
Whoopie pies prove that (spicy, treacley) cake really is just a vessel for the (zesty, sherbety) frosting. Continue reading