Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Christmas Celebration Cake #2

My final Christmas project in 2015. Pardon me of the incomplete step by step photos, it wasn't easy to do two things in one go, hope you all enjoy to read this post... :) 
Butter cake recipe adapted from the domestic goddess wannabe .
This recipe is enough to bake three layers of 6 inches cake.
Sugar syrup (1/4 cup sugar: 1/4 cup hot water) each cake.
Then, fill each layer with rose scent buttercream, crumb coat along the sides and top of the cake. 

Let it chilled in the fridge for about 30 minutes. 
Then, tinted 1/3 of the remaining buttercream with pastel green color, filled them in a piping bag. 

Working from top to bottom, add "stripes" around your cake.
Repeat the previous step for your remaining buttercream.
Using a turntable and a bench scrapper, smooth out the final coat of your icing.

On top of the cake, sprinkle some biscuit crumbs (any kind of your favorite) and desiccated coconut to create a lightly snowy land effect.

Final touch are inserting these three adorable Christmas tree sugar cookies on top, and one on the side with a gingerbread man as accompany... Hi Hi... Cookies recipe you may click over here .

this post is linked to Cook&Celebrate: Christmas 2015, hosted by Yen from GoodyFoodies , Diana from The Domestic Goddes Wannabe and Zoe from Bake For Happy Kids .
 and Cook Your Book #29 hosted by Joyce from Kitchen Flavours

1 comment:

  1. Hi Thea,
    Wow, that is a beautiful Christmas Celebration cake! Lovely!