Thursday, September 14th, 2017

The traditional wedding cake is no longer required at wedding celebrations. However, this will not take away from your guest’s experience as there are many fun, decorative, and delicious alternatives for you to choose from. Alternative desserts give you a lot of options and allow your creativity to run wild while adding a personal touch to your big day. You will be delighted to see the choices awaiting you, and your guests will be happy to enjoy them.

Tuesday, September 12th, 2017

Have you ever wondered how your favorite bakery gets the frosting on their cupcakes just right? Frosting a cupcake can require some talent, but there are also several learned techniques that go into making the sugary decoration look just right. Here are a few things that go into frosting the perfect cupcake.

Friday, March 10th, 2017

Ordering a wedding cake can be a complicated process. If you taste too many varieties of cake at different bakeries, it can be difficult to remember which you liked best. You will also have to navigate pricing, which is different at each bakery. The process of choosing, paying, and scheduling a cake delivery can be difficult if you don’t find the best bakery for your special day. The following tips will help you find the best bakery in your area to suit your specific wedding cake needs.

Monday, November 14th, 2016

Weddings take an enormous amount of work to prepare. There are many tasks, both big and small, that have to be attended to in order for that special day to be perfect. Some of these tasks are exciting, making the anticipation of the day all the more enjoyable. One of these exciting tasks is choosing your wedding cake. This is the time to put away those worries about fitting into your dress and prepare yourself for some outstanding taste samples. Here are six tips to make the decision process easier when choosing the best wedding cake for your event.

Tuesday, April 12th, 2016

There is a large variety to choose from when you think about baking or buying a cake. Professional bakers have different classifications for this dessert such as butter, sponge and foam, and the low or no-flour. Those who bake at home have a more simple classification: chocolate, fruit, white and so on. What makes the difference in the professional categories and how professional bakers divide the different cakes is by their batter. How the batter is prepared determines the final texture and color. The batter also divides the products into their respective categories.