Posted by Annita on July 8, 2008
My little boy turned 4 last week.And this time he wanted an “ELMO” cake.He’s not a great elmo fan,still he asked for it.Donno why…Kids..ah..they keep on changing their likings .
But i was not prepared for an elmo cake and i got only little time to plan something.So the easiest thing was to get a character cake pan. Personally,i don’t prefer character cake pans .If we could borrow them from someone,then its fine .Otherwise they are waste of money,how many elmo cakes are we going to bake ?
Anyway this cake is baked in a Wilton Elmo Face Cake Pan and is piped with hairs using Icing tip #233
I baked 2 elmo cakes and filled them with buttercream icing .
Check Sesame street cakes and leran how to make an elmo cake.
Simple White Cake
All purpose flour(Maida) – 1 and 1/2 cups
(Note : All the ingredients have to be in the room temperature.)
Baking powder – 1 and 3/4 tsps
White sugar – 1 cup
Unsalted Butter – 1/2 cup
Eggs – 2 large
Vanilla Extract – 2 tsps
Milk – 1/2 cup
Sift together flour and baking powder and keep it aside.Preheat oven to 350 F and grease and flour a 9X9 inch cake pan.
Take a bowl and beat together sugar and butter until creamy.Beat in the eggs one by one,then stir in vanilla. Add the flour to the creamed mixture and mix them together.Finally stir in the milk until you get a smooth batter.
Pour it to the greased cake pan and bake for 30 -0 minutes or until toothpick inserted comes out clean.Cool in the pan for 15 minutes and then gently tap into the cooling rack.
Recipe adapted from All recipes.com
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Posted by Annita on October 19, 2007
This is the cake I decorated for my son’s 3rd birthday.He is a great Thomas fan and so I had to do something with the theme Thomas.It was a 2 tier cake covered with buttercream frosting,first tier was a white cake and the second one a chocolate.The pebbles were made of fondant and the Thomas track set is bought from Walmart bakery section.
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I know the pictures are not so good,I completely forget about taking pictures while struggling to put together the birthday party.So these are the only pictures I have with me now.So sorry guys,please bear with me for time being.
Checkout this too: Thomas the Tank Engine Tutorial
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Posted by Annita on July 11, 2007
Finally I completed all the 4 courses in Cake Decoration by Wilton.I’ve taken it in a nearby Hobby Lobby store,each course comprises of 4 two -hr sessions,and its really fun and easy.In a few weeks you could amaze your family with your talents.Here’s a recap from me..
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Course 1 : Discover Cake decorating
Clever Clown cake
Rose Spray Cake
Course 2 : Flowers and Baskets
Floral Basketweave Cake
Course 3 : Fondant and Tiered Cakes
Bright Package Cake
Course 2 : Fondant and Gumpaste
Richly Romatic Cake
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Posted by Annita on April 17, 2007
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Here’s a cake which i decorated recently.It is a white moist cake frosted with Wilton buttercream icing and decorated with grated white chocolate and Indian cherries.
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Posted by Annita on February 16, 2007
Today i’m very excited to let you all know that i’ve completed my first year of blogging with 153 posts.When i started blogging,I didn’t excpect it to go this far.But last year was very much entertaining,educative and encouraging for me.I’ve gained many friends,learned about new cuisines and new food,also i enjoyed participating in blog events and memes.Many thanks to my dear husband and all my dear friends(fellow bloggers and non-bloggers) for your love and constant support.
The cake is frosted with butter cream icing and decorated with sugar frosted flowers and cornelli design.
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