A quick tutorial on how to put together a 1/4 sheet chocolate cake (2 layers with hazelnut whipped cream filling), iced with stabilized whipped cream, decorated with sweetened coconut, icing, and Christmas themed picks.
This is the best of both worlds. A cheesecake layer and a gelatin later. For the gelatin, pick flavors you like. Vanilla is always a good choice for the pudding in the cheesecake layer, but feel free to change flavors. Least we forget the cookie layer, Leibniz Butter Cookies can be a little hard finding but well worth it.
Stacking a tier cake can always be a challenge for the novice baker. Everyone has their preferred way of doing it. I like using fat boba straws or bubble tea straws. Use what you feel comfortable with. This techniques works great with two and three tier cakes. If you are planning to do anything larger four or more layers, this requires even more support so this may not be the technique to use.
You may have seen beach cakes, fishing and hunting cakes, picnic cakes and many others where there is something that looks like it has a wood texture and wondered, can I do this? Yes you can! All you need is a few basic tools and some creativity and you will be making you own driftwood, signs and more.
Is there a better way to serve ice cream in a dish? Sure there is. Try a chocolate dessert cup.
These cups are easy to make. Do not limit yourself to just cup cake liners. Any kind of simple silicone mold may work. Also these can be used for more than just ice cream. . . . Imaging a lovely chocolate mousse or filled with candy for a party favor. The possibilities are endless.
Try some today.