The cake is a 9 x 8inch chocolate sponge with chocolate butter icing. It was based on the chocolate box cakebut I baked it in a heart shaped tin
....many thanks in advance for the faves
.....that's a great Birthday feature. I hope she enjoys the cake!
It looks yummie, almost to yummie to eat
I'm going to make one myself, once... not sure when I would have the time to bake?
And I can't bake... or cook... or anything else that has to do with food..
Well atleast I will try
Practice makes perfect, at least that is what they say..
Well that's enough about me talking about my amezing talent of not able to bake.
Maybe I should leave the baking to a person who is able to, (with that person I mean you )
You're a great cakemaker.
And I would love to see more of you're delicious creations.
I can't cook/bake, my sister usually always says when I'm baking: Jeesh you're doing it wrong, here I will do it...
And then I'm like, what just happend.
But it's so sweet of your daughter to make such cake,
I will some day do the same for my own mother.
You two are very talented. You can bake such good cakes and if I look to the gallery of your daughter she has just as much talent as you.
And if I would look at my own creations..... well I won't tell you how that looks
My daughter is really determined to learn as much as she can about cakes so to 'pass it down' so to speak.
I'm lucky to have passed down art to my kids. They are all creative and I'm very proud of them
I'm sure you will make a cake for your Mum in the future, and she'll love it When you do, send me a link!
And it's beautiful to see how much they improve and Art on it's own is very pretty.
When I bake a cake, I will send you a link, but I don't believe it will be soon, because I don't bake that often.
.....and its only when it comes to the fund-raiser cakes. I wouldn't have
made half that on an ordered one
yes it is like getting both...double treats ^^
I'm glad it raised a lot for the charity