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Salted Caramel Croquembouche Drip Cake

This has got to be one of my favourite cakes to make. Not only does it look awesome, it tastes amazing. 

Video Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g76ePPmvy0k&list=UU25ajzoFyOAVGPUXVaVoQ-w&index=1

Ingredients: 39 more words


Sweet Treats: Mini Croquembouche Filled With Caramel Cream

I still remember the first time I tried to make profiteroles…and the second, and the third, and also the fourth time… It was not an easy task but they were absolutely perfect, once I realised what went wrong. 743 more words


A World Tour of Wedding Cake Traditions

The most thing that attract me after the beauty of the bride is wedding’s cake, I like the way they decorate it, but I was wondering if there is a traditional cake around the world or it all same, so I did some researchs about is and I found each country have it own traditional cake. 127 more words

Banana cream croquembouche

Banana cream croquembouche with melted chocolate and spun sugar.

(Sorry about the bad quality pic, I was a bit impatient taking this one, I just wanted to EAT!)


The one the only...CROQUEMBOUCHE!!

If you haven’t guessed from some the posts that I have done in the past, you can see that I have been challenging myself with baking. 1,592 more words


January - Unveiling

The first unveiling ceremony, such excitement!

Noga: Mary Berry’s Religieuse

Rony: Paul Hollywood’s Chocolate Eclairs


Rony: Amazeballs! We both chose recipes from “the Great British Bake off” judges! 75 more words

Bake Off

Croquembouche or Bust!

I used to love Martha Stewart. In fact, during my 30’s I tried to reimagine myself as a Martha wannabe, covering Tide boxes with decoupage and brown craft paper and wrapping all my Christmas gifts in sheets of newspaper. 709 more words

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