I made this cake for a baby
boy baby shower waaay back this past fall.
While I’m not overly thrilled with how the fondant work turned out (if I
recall, humidity was a big issue that day), I am still in love with the baby
Keeping on with my little Dr.Seuss theme, today I have a super fun Cat in the Hat Cake!
This fun cake was for a baby
shower for a Momma-to-be who is expecting twin boys later this summer!
To make this cake, I baked a
full recipe of White Almond Sour Cream Cake (tinted sky blue). I baked the cake into 4 ½ 6-inch cakes and 1
½ 8-inch cakes. After carving the hat
shape a bit, I added a layer of buttercream, and covered it in MM Fondant. The
stripes were painted in with some watered down gel food coloring.
Peanut Butter Cups are
seriously one of my favorite candies. No
joke – at Halloween, I sneak all of the peanut butter cups out of my kids’
candy buckets when they aren’t looking and stash them away (hey – they have
plenty of other candy!)
Last year, a friend of mine planned a big backyard luau for her husband's 30th birthday!
For the party, I made a fun Tiki Cake! And because plain old
cake is boring, we had a fun Tequila Sunrise Cake. The cake is delicious, with a moist crumb
that absolutely melts in your mouth. The
tequila buttercream is also amazing, especially when paired with the salty
For my second graduation
cake, the graduate wanted a sheet cake with mint green and pink and her high
school’s logo on it. She knew she didn’t
want a traditional graduation cake, she just wanted something pretty!