My daughter wanted to make a cake for the bake sale, but it spent a bit too long in the oven and was a bit crispy round the edges. The cake was perfectly fine and tasted lovely, so I sliced it in half, and used a cutter to make portions and decorated each one like the big cakes. These are 35cm tall, and fit snug in muffin cases........hope these sell well too! ^^
great idea, no need to waste a perfectly good cake Last time i had a square cake that went crispy around the edges (i never use square ones anymore as this always happens!) i made cake fingers out of them for the kids to decorate and eat.
I tell you what May, when my hubby told me last night that it was bought for £100 I thought he was joking! I know it's all for charity, and it was someone on behalf of a supplier that bought it, but I thought that was amazing. The Harry Potter book cake I did only made about £10 in total, so I was really surprised. The Quality Street one was sold in slices, so everything went