Here’s my photo tutorial to make a really easy but cute, fondant penguin cake topper for an easy Christmas cake scene. Includes how to cover your Christmas cake for this cute winter scene.
Here is Part 7 in our Traditional Christmas Cake Bake-together. December is time to cover the Christmas cakes you have been feeding for months.
Here’s your next instalment in the Traditional Christmas Cake Bake-together. Some easy Christmas fondant topper ideas, to use on your Christmas cakes this holiday season.
HOW TO COLOUR FONDANT FOR CAKE TOPPERS Part 5 Christmas Cake Bake-together By Caro So some of you might want to make your own fondant toppers and models, and need to colour your fondant. You can of course get fondant in various colours but if you already have a lot of white fondant, colouring your […]
TRADITIONAL BRITISH CHRISTMAS CAKE – Bake Together By Caro Here you will find a traditional British Christmas Cake, that has been used in my friend Christine’s family for many generations & is nearly 100 years old. Read about the traditional process that many families follow, as well the history behind this recipe. From 2020, this […]
HALLOWEEN FONDANT DECORATED SANDWICH COOKIES Including Mummy Sandwich Cookies By Caro Here’s my jam filled sandwich cookies, made using Halloween cookie cutters, and decorated with fondant, these are fit for any Halloween party table! Very easy to make at home and taste better than shop bought. The key is to roll the fondant thin! Let […]
SIMPLE FALL FONDANT PUMPKIN & LEAVES TUTORIAL By Caro I recently made a patterned pumpkin role for two Facebook competitions and since I didn’t have any Autumnal decorations (and believe me I collected leaves from the garden, but they were all a yucky yellow colour), I decided to make some from fondant. I opted for […]
Let me show you how to easily make this Spring or Easter cupcake bouquet, just using fondant and a few cutters. Nice alternative to using buttercream and the good news is, all the fondant elements can be made upto weeks in advance.