Wednesday, September 17, 2014

S'mores Year Round

Who does't love s'mores?  A wonderful treat.  All you need to do is. Mix up some of  your favorite brownies.  Put the mix in your pan. Mix graham cracker crumbs(Keebler), with a little butter, sprinkle on top of brownies. Soften up some marshmallow whip in the microwave, seconds at a time.  Place spoonful amounts around the bronwies.  Not a mess free process.  Bake for required time. However, you should check them often so the marshmallow doesn't burn.  These will come out gooey good.  After they have cooled add the final touch.  Yum!  Nutella!  Take desired amount of Nutella in a bowl.  Microwave also seconds at a time.  Once it looks ready to drizzle.  Drizzle, away.  
As always, Enjoy!

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Simpy Chocolate

Simply chocolate
Enough said!

Devils food cake(Duncan Hines)
Whipped chocolate frosting(Betty Crocker)
Decorator tip #1M(Wilton)

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Super Size Hostess Cupcake Cake

Oh what fun!

Today is my sons 16th birthday.  Although he is off at a concert, we did a quick Happy Birthday before he left.  He has recently shown an interest in Hostess Cupcakes.  So I thought how fun to make him an over sized cupcake for today.  
Fabulous devils food cake baked in an over sized cupcake pan.  Cut out the center and filled with vanilla whipped frosting.  Topped with chocolate ganache.


Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Sweet Elodie

This cake was not only fun to create, but is so special.  My sister Taylor, of is the proud mom of Ms. Elodie.  She just turned 6 months old.  Although many may not celebrate a 6 month 1/2 birthday, it was special for my sister and her husband.  Elodie was born on Dec. 13, 2014, which was a Friday.  This past Friday was also the 13th.  So considering the rare occasion and that she is an awesome baby, why not celebrate.  

I created this fun 4 layer confetti cake.  The cake sits on a lovely green cake plate from Target, Oh Joy! This fabulous gold wire name topper comes from Kearydee at

To create cake you will need 4 cake pans equal in size.  I used Duncan Hines cake mix.  This one is white cake.  Mix, and add Smart and Final light rainbow sprinkles and cook per box instructions.  Let them cool. After each layer is cooled, take each layer over your sink gently rub the edge of your cake all around to get the golden color off so you can see your confetti.  Using a frosting tip of your choice, frost as close to the edge as you can.  I used Betty Crocker whipped white and strawberry frosting.  After frosting the edge I frosted an X across the middle of the cake to hold the layers together.  I didn't want to use a lot of frosting, so I didn't frost the entire layer.  Repeat these steps until you have added your top layer.  I frosted the entire top and added the same sprinkles around the edge.  
Lastly, sit back and watch all the eyes in the room light up with the excitement of seeing this cake for the first time. It's wonderful!

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

A Month Of Glitter

How Do You Sparkle?

glitter Guide

Of Course!

The month of June is when our families world Sparkles. My sister Taylor created The Glitter Guide  3 years ago. To all that know , it offers everything glitter and more. Congrat's to Taylor and her team of hard working fashion fairies.

White layer cake
*Wilton Teal coloring
*Wilton gold stars
*layers of fresh strawberries and lemon curd

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Maker's Mark Madness

Wow, I went for it with these and had no idea how good they were going to be.  Devil's food cake, cut batter in half and added 2 teaspoons of Maker's Mark to the batter.  It gave a nice hint of the flavor.  I am gonna do it again.