Sunday, November 22, 2009

Birthday Cake and Cupcakes

This was for an order. I made this little girl's cake last year and this year I get to bake her birthday cake again. Wishing you a very Blessed 7th Birthday, Anna. Her mom also orderd some cupcakes with fondant flowers.














21 comments:

Anonymous said...

aiyoyo... soooooo sweet and preeettyy ; ) Ah leng

Claire said...

looks delicious.

CH Voon said...

walao ... look great!

wenn said...

lovely cakes..

Hugbear said...

Thanks.

Bella Biscotti said...

What a sweet cake for a birthday girl! What medium did you use for the Precious Moments design?

Anonymous said...

Hi Hugbear,
May I know which recipe did u used for the cupcakes? You piped chocolate ganache before putting the deco on it right?

Looking forward to your reply.
Jassy

Hugbear said...

Hi Bella, it is the edible photo print.

Jassy, I used the vanilla cupcake recipe and yes I piped chocolate ganache on the cupcakes before decorating them with fondants flowers and butterflies.

twinkie said...

Hi Hugbear,
did u use a printer n ink specially reserve for printing on cakes?? is it expensive? very nice!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Hugbear,

Your cupcakes are so pretty! :)

Where can I buy the fondant flowers and butterflies? Or did you make them yourself?

Winnie

Sheena said...

Hi Hugbear,

Its a lovely cake. really. I've been following your blog anonymously. May I know where u got the edible print from? is there anywhere to learn more about using edible photo prints and how to go about doing it. I have no clue and it looks fantastic. would love to give it a shot for my daughter's bday.thanks

Hugbear said...

Hi everyone, I got the edible print from someone who prints them. All you have to do is to look for a picture that you like and email it to her and she will print it on edible wafer paper and edible ink. You just need to place the print onto your frosted cake, starting from the center out to avoid creating air pockets between the print and the cake. After that you can just continue one with your decoration of your cake.

For those who print edible print, they need to use a brand new printer that they reserve only for printing this type of print. If you are interested you can email me and I can give you the lady's contact.

I made all the fondant flowers, bugs, bees and butterflies myself using sugar paste.

Sheena said...

Thank you Hugbear. Appreciate your reply. I couldn't find your email add on your blog. May I pls know your email address. Thanks

Pet猫猫 said...

wow!! very beautiful......

Hugbear said...

Hi Sheena, my email address is leeleet@gmail.com

Little Corner of Mine said...

Just beautiful!

Tricia said...

Beautiful!

Anonymous said...

hi hugbear,

To create the flowers and butterfly.. Can i use fondant instead?? Or i shd use sugar paste in order to make it hard and last longer?? Where are u normally keep after finishing all the cupcakes?

Thanks.

Hugbear said...

Actually I used sugarpaste which is also known as fondant. I just leave the cake outside not in the fridge after I have decorated them with fondant or sugarpaste.

the one & only said...

Hi, I'm a reader of your blog and I want to ask if you cool the chocolate ganache before putting it into a piping bag to pipe onto the cupcake? And all your products looks delicious ! (:

Hugbear said...

Thanks for your compliment. Yes, I cool it down then put it in the fridge for a little while so that the chocolate ganache can be a bit thicker for piping purposes.

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