Cake decorating with chocolate offers many ways to add fun and delicious looking decorations to use when decorating chocolate cakes, white cakes, or any flavor cake that pairs well with chocolate. The chocolate decorations can be used alone or added to other decorating designs.
Chocolate covered strawberries are perfect for serving on many special occasions. Whether you serve them for someone special on Valentine's Day, on a Wedding buffet table, or at a special luncheon, they are bound to catch everyone's eye.
A Halloween Black Cat Cake that is sure to get the attention of all the little ghosts and goblins at your Halloween celebration. You will have as much fun making this fun cake as the kids will have eating it. It has a simple pattern and is easy to decorate. The little ghosts and goblins will probably want to help. It is the perfect project to get them excited for Halloween.
Create this Flag Cake by adding the stars and stripes on your favorite cake using fresh strawberries and blueberries--a great way to display the red, white, and blue in honor of Memorial Day, the 4th of July, or Veteran's Day. This Flag Cake is sure to attract everyone's attention at any of your special celebrations.
When you cut into this Rainbow cake you get an extra surprise. Not only is the frosting rainbow colored but the cake is too. This makes a fun birthday cake for kids or just a special treat anytime of the year.
A round plate with a cover that serves as a storage container to hold fresh cakes. Covered cake plates, which are different from covered cake pans, typically have a thin round plate that can be used as a serving plate for the cake.
A cake similar to a coffee cake in that it has a moist cake bottom and a streusel topping. The main difference between the two is that the majority of the crumb cake is the crumb topping, whereas the coffee cake is more cake with a much smaller amount of topping.