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Wednesday, 1 June 2011


I am used to making cake treats on a smaller scale, however, I decided to branch out and try my hand at birthday cakes. In truth, I did make a Buzz Lightyear birthday cake for my nephew in February. It was very successful and he was delighted, but it is always harder when it is for someone outside the family.

The cake in question was for a special little girls first birthday party.  I decided to go girly and bake a big pink flower cake.

The process was made easier with the use of a flower shaped baking tin, but the hard part starts when it is time to ice it. I chose to use a variety of shades of pink with a large yellow centre.  To my delight it turned out really well.

With her name clearly displayed in the middle she was a very happy little girl.


 Cake Pops is an idea I first heard about in America.  The Americans have a love for food on a stick and this is one of my favourites.  What is not to love about cake on a stick! Cake Pops can come in many different flavours, colours and styles.  It simply depends on your choice of cake or occasion.

This flower Cake Pop was made for a friends birthday celebration. It is a chocolate cake centre covered in a vanilla flavoured chocolate. With Cake Pops being new to most of my friends, it is always great to see their response.  I have not had a disappointed customer yet.

Cake Pops are great for any occasion.  I recently made 50 ivory Pops to be used as wedding favours.  They looked great wrapped in clear celephane with song lyrics attached.

Friday, 25 March 2011


Hope you like my latest creation.   I have a stall at Merchant Square, Glasgow on the 2nd and 3rd of April, so I am hoping to entice along some new customers.

Thursday, 24 March 2011

Friday, 18 March 2011