3 Great Thanksgiving Cake Ideas

3 Great Thanksgiving Cake Ideas

As party guests and guest of honour, ooh and aahh, one of the most unforgettable aspects of a child’s birthday party is carrying out the cake with its glowing candles. Pictures of me blowing out the candles on my birthday cake fill my childhood collection. And what makes it extra special is that most of those cakes were baked creations from my mom and grandmother. With just a little creativity, a birthday cake for your child can be a memory they won’t forget.If you are looking for more tips, check out nice chocolate cake in Singapore.

What little girl doesn’t like Barbie and princesses? If your child has a princess party theme or a Barbie theme, make a cake that will be loved by all Barbie fans. Make a cake using a pan or bowl in the form of a dome. “It is going to be a “hoop skirt”. Invert the cake and make sure that before frosting it is fully cooled. After the cake is decorated, you should add Barbie. “Ice and in every colour and fashion, decorate the “skirt. Find an old Barbie doll or buy a doll from a hobby store or a dollar store for a cheap Barbie size. Remove the legs and drive the top of the ‘skirt’ into the Barbie.

A castle cake is another fun girl’s birthday cake concept. You’re going to need a square cake pan, gumdrops, coloured sprinkles, four cones of sugar, and simple m-n-m. Ice the top and the sides until your square cake has baked and cooled. Apply the icing to the outside of the sugar cones carefully and roll onto a tray of sprinkles. Place on the four corners of the cake the sugar cone “towers,” open side down. Place gumdrops between the towers along the cake’s top edges. To build doors and windows around the sides of the cake, use m-n- m’s.

The purse fondue cake is a completely special cake that works well for older girls. You’ll need a fondue pan and skewers, enough pound cake for each guest, chocolate and different fruits for this recipe. Buy your favourite store’s frozen pound cake in the freezer department. Cut it into roughly one inch cubes while it is still frozen. Place the cubes on a big flat dish in the form of a square (this will be the shape of a purse). Cut pieces of fruit to bite size. Strawberries, apples, oranges and whole grapes are available for use. Place the fruit above your cake cubes in a ‘handle’ shape. As a fringe, you can also put fruit in two inch lines below the cake. Cover and hold refrigerated. The girls can put pieces of the “purse cake” on their skewers when you’ve warmed up your fondue pan and chocolate, dip in chocolate and eat!