Having Batman on his birthday cake was a must for Tate. I had to search a few stores to find the Batman decorations because I didn’t have time to order the edible image that I wanted. The cake is red velvet.
This is a smash cake for a birthday party. The cake is vanilla and the frosting is yummy vanilla flavored butter cream. The topper is not edible but it works for what I needed. The eyes and mouth are made of fondant and pearl candy.
Red Velvet is the most popular cake I make and now the cake pops are becoming just as popular. The pops taste great dipped in chocolate or vanilla. My treats are all made from scratch and they are moist and delicious.
This Moana cake was made for a birthday party. It’s made with 36 cupcakes, 12 each of red velvet, chocolate, and vanilla. The frosting is butter cream and the flowers and leaves are all hand made with butter cream frosting. The lettering is made of strawberry flavored candy melts.
These cupcakes were made to celebrate the birthday of a big fan of the warriors. They are vanilla and chocolate cupcakes topped with butter cream and chocolate frosting. I made the toppers using Avery labels and tooth picks.
This basket has red velvet and chocolate cupcakes. The toppers on the chocolate cupcakes were made using the Russian piping tips I purchased from Amazon after seeing them on Pinterest and YouTube. The hardest part is getting the frosting to the right consistency. Once that is achieved, the piping isn’t hard at all. I am still working to mastering the different types of flowers.
These cupcakes were requested for a birthday gift. I was hesitant to make them because I make all my cupcakes from scratch but the coconut pecan frosting I used on these is store bought. It’s too much work to make the frosting and the store bought tastes great. The cupcakes and chocolate frosting is made from scratch.
These cute treats are made with red velvet cake. I had watched a video on YouTube that used Mini Oreos for the ears but my cake was too moist so the balls kept falling apart. I decided to try the candy wafers and these worked well.
A smash cake is the highlight of any toddler’s birthday party and I was happy to make this one. It is made with red velvet cake and cream cheese frosting. Since it is for a toddler, I reduced the amount of cream cheese in the frosting. The Baby Mickey edible image was ordered a couple days in advance. I trimmed the image, applied it to the cake and then piped a blue border on to the cake.
I really enjoy baking cupcakes and have stayed away from sheet cakes. Mostly because of decorating cakes. I am frequently asked if I make sheet cakes. So I decided to do a few as favors. I am no expert at it yet but I am doing okay decorating sheet cakes thanks to piping tools, edible color spray, letter molds and edible imagines. Here are a few red velvet cakes I recently made.
A year ago I was asked to make Brenton’s 1st Birthday cake. Although I prefer baking cupcakes, I made a 4 inch cake for baby Brenton. A couple days ago I was asked to make his 2nd year birthday cake. Yeah, I still prefer making cupcakes but I made the cake anyway. Both cakes are red velvet.