How can you add a new layer to your cake decorations?
We don’t think it’s too much of an exaggeration to say that cakes make the world go round. The sheer amount of flavours, toppings and ingredients you can use, as well as the number of birthdays, anniversaries and Thursdays that come your way means that every occasion is the perfect occasion for cake.
Plus, everyone has their favourite. Whether you’re craving carrot cake, always ready for red velvet or you go doolally-tap for devil’s food cake, here we have a rogues’ gallery of indulgent cake toppings and desserts.
One of the ultimate cake flavours – if not, THE ultimate, surely. Your Carrot Cake recipe and your carrot cake ingredients are probably imprinted on your mind and have been passed down from generation to generation within your family.
However, for a little twist on everyone’s favourite, apply your Cake Decorating Set to show off your carrot cakey creativity or use the decorating turntable included to present your cake at the next social gathering.
Victoria Sponge Cake
The beauty of the classic Victoria Sponge is its simplicity and, with it being such a basic recipe – butter, eggs, flour and sugar into two separate Springform Cake Tins, before joining together with jam and whipped cream – it really is a blank canvas for you to flex your creative muscle and show one and all how to use your cream whipper.
Red Velvet Cake
Another stalwart of the ‘Learning to bake’ cookbook, the Red Velvet Cake recipe is certainly one to try a few more eye-catching designs on. Once the cake has been baked and you have brought the cake out from their Springform Cake Tins, you can give yourself carte blanche as to how to decorate it, with the Andrew James Cake Decorating Set being just perfect for adding the finishing touches to your Red Velvet Cake.
Devil’s Food Cake
Okay, so this is one is a slight segue away from cake decorations and more like a step towards cake accompaniment, but you can still have a bit of fun with this cake recipe. And, as you’re already in a sinful mood, we highly recommend you use the Andrew James Cream Whipper to add a certain je ne sais quoi to your cake decorating.