I was looking for a naked cake which fits for Halloween. Last year I baked a monster cake, so why not this time one with ghosts. As base I used a very chocolaty sponge cake, which I cut out with my adjustable cake ring and filled with meringue frosting. This fits very well because it's super white. On tope I piped with the meringue frosting the ghosts with a Wilton piping tip 1A. The eyes are black sugar pearls. Finished is the super easy ghost cake.
If you don't want to mess around with mirror glaze or you have a silicone mold with a nice structure you don't want to cover this might be an alternative for you. I have this beautiful mold from Silikomart which I want to use in different ways, so I prepared a Gelatine batter out of one package of Gelatine and 4 tablespoons of water. After the Gelatine has set for some minutes I heated it up in a pot till it's melted and brushed it into the mold. After the gelatin is dried slightly I filled in...
It was time to make some brushstrokes again, so I just baked some cupcakes. I just used a basic frosting to decorate them and added some fancy brushstrokes in white and purple. You can see how to make them in my brushstroke cake.
I tried again a special variant of a fault line cake. This time I did not use a buttercream but a meringue frosting and also played with the colors. I used the bright colors in the fault line and kept the rest of the cake in white. Also I piped made the fault line flat and piped the rest of the cake. On top I used some of my new favorite sprinkles in the matching colors.
I had to take advantage this year of the beautiful roses in our garden and so I baked another cake. This time just a very small one but it's not about the size but about the taste :-) To frost the cake I used again a Marshmallowfluff buttercream (250g butter at room-temperature whipped and 200g Marshmallowfluff) and my favorite technic to frost a cake upside down. A part of the buttercream I dyed in pink and marbled the cake with it. If you like this cake maybe you visit also the rose fault...
I thought I can avoid the unicorn cake trend, but it seams every baker has to bake an unicorn cake once. I anyway wanted to use froot loops and as you for sure know that's the favorite dish of any unicorn.
I baked another little cake today, because I really wanted to use this super cute butterfly sprinkles. I used a buttercream with sweetened condensmilk to not melt the sprinkles (250g of butter whipped together with 200g of sweetened condensmilk), which I dyed in different shades of pink. For icing the cake I used again the upside-down-method.
I tried another variant of a fault line cake because I just love this special kind of cakes with so many option to make it unique. I this case I used candied rose petals and a beautifully rose out of our own garden.
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