Monday, August 03, 2009

My Rose Garden

I did this cake last night for two of my colleagues' belated birthday. I wanted to do something else on the decoration but I did not have much time since I started on the creaming of the cake only at 10 pm last night after I came back from outside. So the easiest to do will be roses. After washing up it was almost 11+ already but I am happy with my cake. Sharing with you my Rose Garden for two lovely ladies.


19 comments:

Anncoo said...

This is a lovely cake, how I wish I can make one same as yours. Good Job!

Anonymous said...

Hi Baking Mum

This cake is so lovely. The roses come in two tones. Great Work!

You are fast baker.

Florence

Hugbear said...

Thanks Anncoo.

Florence, I am not that fast lah. It is just that I have already done the yam cream on the cake and the only thing I needed to do was to dress the cake up last night.

Cookie said...

Very pretty... I would be overjoyed if I'm your colleagues!

Cheers!

Blessed Homemaker said...

Very lovely roses! Reena

Beachlover's Kitchen said...

what a lovely cake especially roses..I didn't practise making roses after complete Wilton's deco course,right now I have no idea how to do it again!!

Cakebrain said...

woohoo! I see a lot of roses! that's a lot of work! great job!

Amy said...

Simply stunning!

KWF said...

You have every reason to be happy with the cake coz it just looks so lovely and perfect! Wish I could pipe like you.

Anonymous said...

Oh my!!! This is so beautiful!!! Did you learn how to do this from the Wilton cake decorating course? I'm looking for a good cake decorating course to attend, any recommendations are welcome! :0

Jassy

Anonymous said...

wow.thats soo pretty.can u teach me how to make the rose and the recipe for the pretty creamy decorations?i hope to make a cake for my fren.THK SO MUCH!!=)

Hugbear said...

Thanks everyone.

Jassy, I went to Creative Culinaire for their cake decoration class two years ago. They are quite good, worth attending.

Anonymous, I don't know how to tell you how to pipe the roses verbally. I think you really need to see it to understand. As for the cream, it is just non-diary cream whipped up and add colours.

ShirasChoice said...

Hug Bear,

You call this "easiest", oh my... you're fantastic!!!

shira

porkie said...

Are the roses done using your butter cream recipe? If not, can you please provide the recipe?

Thanks.

Hugbear said...

Porkie, there is no recipe for the cream. It is just non-diary whipping cream or topping cream. Just pour and whip it up and add colours to it and pipe.

porkie said...

Hugbear, Going to try it out this weekend. Thanks.

Loretta said...

Very pretty! Love it!

Pet猫猫 said...

WOW! very beautiful & attractive! really like ur blog so much

Anonymous said...

Hi Hugbear,

I tried piping the rose using non-dairy cream, however, the cream was too soft and cannot hold the shape. I have whipped the cream to stiff peak, am I missing something. In addition, what tip did u use for the roses, leaves and basketweave?

Looking forward to your expert advice. :)

Jassy

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