Friday, February 17, 2012

Munch Crunch!!!!

Today I'm pretty busy about everything... Since I'm in charge of our church event I want it to be extravagant.. Super special.. Here's what I got in mind prolly you would want to lick them of the baking paper as well.. :D

Happy baking everyone!



Tuesday, February 14, 2012

SOS.. Sweet on sweet

Here's my valentine treat for my sweet love.. <3 



this looks gritty on the picture but I swear it's not..

Happy Heart's Day everyone!



Sunday, February 12, 2012

Alice in Wonderland

The moment my former classmate told me someone is going to have a birthday party and would like to have a fancy cake...  my heart went pumping really fast.. just let me off with my exciting gash.. (what's with all the rhyming? whatever.. continue! continue!) They didn't have any idea what cake they would like so I suggested Alice in wonderland since she told me the party doesn't have any theme character..  Alice in wonderland is a great   genius idea after all.. 

 The rabbit's clock.. nowhere to put the rabbit on the cake hehehe
 Is this tea enticing?

 Tweedledee and Tweedledum.. Oh I love these boys!
 My foolproof paint! so real!
 Paint the roses red!
 My curly hair Alice definitely needs more practice..
 Every bit of details I love! lalalala...

Happy caking everyone!
Have a blessed monday!



Thursday, February 9, 2012

how to get tick-tock-ing?

I'm so excited every time I make a sugarpaste tutorial andthis time I'll be sharing how to make the clock which I'm going to use for my Alice in Wonderland cake..

We'll need:
brown fondant
white fondant
cookie cutters one big and one smaller
black edible writer
white gelpaste
gold luster dust
edible glue

Roll it in your desired thickness. For me, I like it to be quite thicker than usual, it is a clock after all...
Cut it with your large cookie cutter and smoothen the sides with a little bit of crisco. 

Roll the white this time a little thinner than the brown one. Cut it with a straight cutter or serrated.

Assemble it with. Make sure you put the white fondant on the middle of the brown one.

Make two oval shaped brown fondant and by using your stitching tool mark the other one in one direction. Stick the plain one on the top of the other oval shape. 

Using your white gelpaste, Paint any design you want on the plain side of the oval shaped fondant.

Brush it with gold luster dust.

Using your edible markers, write the number signs and the hands for the clock :D

Happy decorating!



Monday, February 6, 2012

How to make double chocolate chip cookies

I've been wanting to share this recipe for a long time and now I'm ready to take my shot!

First off we'll need  butte,r brown sugar, granulated sugar, egg, vanilla, all-purpose flour, cocoa, baking powder, salt, semi-sweet chocolate, white chocolate, and chopped nuts. Nothing too hard to find so let's begin!

Preheat your oven at 375 F.
Combine all the dry ingredients. (flour, baking powder,salt, cocoa)

 Cream the butter and sugar until light and fluffy
 In goes the egg and vanilla and beat it! yeah!
 Beat in flour

 Fold in the yummy chocolate
 Fold in nuts... and get ready to be dirty!
Roll the cookie dough into a tbsp sized ball, 2 inches apart onto an ungreased pan.
 Okay! I said ungreased right? I did it wrong.. hahaha but it still so delicious... good thing this is just the first batch

We'll be needing:
1 stick of butter
3/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 large egg
1 tsp. vanilla
1 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 c cocoa
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
3/4 cup semi-sweet chocolate, coarsely chopped
3/4 cup white chocolate, coarsely  chopped
1/2 chopped nuts

Preheat oven at 375 F. Combine all dry ingredients.
Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
Add egg and vanilla extract and beat until well combined.
Gradually add the dry components and mix just until incorporated or resembles a dough.
With your hands make a ball of your desired size and arrange it on the pan at least 2 inches apart.
Pop it in the oven for 12-14 minutes.Cool and munch! yum!

Happy baking!



Love story on a cupcake

For a couple's anniversary celebration, Cakebug was commissioned to make their love story into cupcakes.. I love details!  Please allow me to express my exciting gash as I share these adorable cupcakes!

happy cupcaking everyone!



Friday, February 3, 2012

DIY: Angry birds cake topper

Finally... I've been searching for a chance to sit and share with you how I made my angry birds cake topper for the cake I made with Minnie mouse. And so here I am waiting for my aromatic cupcakes sitting in my oven, I contemplated.

I'm so excited! So let's begin, shall we?

Here are the list of things you need:
fondant(black, yellow, red. orange, brown, white, blue)
round cookie cutter (about an inch and a half) an 855 tip will do
rolling pin
fondant modeling tools

1. Roll your blue fondant into a ball. Make sure that you roll it firmly that no crevices will be seen. Using a toothpick or your modelling tool, poke the area where you would want the eyes to be placed.
 2. Get a pinch of the red fondant and roll it into a tiny ball and flatten it. Attach it to the eye area and poke it again.
 3. Use white fondant to repeat procedure 2 and attach it but do not poke the white portion this time.

 4. Roll your black fondant tinier that the white one. Flatten it and attach it to the center of the eyes.
 5. Make 2 small tear-shaped blue fondant and 1 large tear-shaped orange fondante.

6. Poke the top of the head and the middle nose area. Cut the orange fondant half-way to form a beak.

 7. Brush the area with edible glue and attach the pieces to the hole. Voila!
(while listening to blackbird of the beatles.. uhh I love this song! especilly when sang by Cameron Mitchell)

1. Roll the red fondant into a ball bigger than the blue bird.
 2. Poke the eyes and attach a dark red fondant. Then, attach the white ones, and the black. (Don't forget to make black tear-shaped fondants for the eyebrowa)
 3. Cut a white circle for the bird's breast using a big tip or a round cookie cutter. Stick to the bottom firmly.

 4. Attach the cockscomb and the beak.

(you'll probably find me crazy but I'm still listening to black bird... ahhh soothing)
1. Roll your yellow fondant into a ball until it's totally smooth. Allow it to sit on the surface and shape it like a volcano. (yes like Mayon Volcano)

2. Follow the instructions on the red bird but change the color of the eyebrow, eye bags and cockscomb.

Finally, the moment I've most awaited... the pigs!

Hope you enjoyed! 
Happy caking! 



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