Here is your friendly Pink Whisk reminder service to say it’s time to bake that Boozy Fruit into a glorious Christmas Cake (that’s if you haven’t done already!)
All the cake making instructions are here including how to split your mixture into different sized tins.
Here are the ones that are definitely for sharing – family tea times, get togethers with friends, just made to be shared.
Monkey Bread – sweet cinnamon bread, sticky caramel what could be better? You can bake it in any kind of tin it’ll fit in so don’t be put off if you don’t have a ring tin.
Here are the ones that I would be tempted to make and hide – the less people know you’ve made them the better otherwise they’re gone in no time at all!
Vanilla Slices – yes please! My Nanna taught me to make these when I was 12, boy am I glad she did.
There’s been a lot of you asking for me to do a surprise cake tutorial on the blog after seeing the birthday cake I made for my eldest. If you didn’t see it here it is – a giant green skittle hiding a ton of skittles inside.
Looking for a Father’s Day Showstopper? Here’s just the cake – a White Chocolate Mud Cake with white chocolate frosting wrapped with a chocolate collar and topped with fresh juicy British strawberries!
A big thank you goes to Jess Taylor who inspired me over on facebook to create this this week, and whilst my Dad doesn’t have a sweet tooth so won’t appreciate a big slice, he has been in the kitchen with me whilst I made it.