I can almost hear the crunchy sound of biting into one of these maltesers just by looking at them. At my work we have a cake giving occasion anytime someone experiences something new or big in their private lives. So a colleague of mine had promised to give the others cake because it was his birthday. But he was like we always have the same type of cake so I asked if I should make some cupcakes in his name? Well he was thrilled and I made these also Double Chocolate with maltesers which received a lot of praise :-).
I used my favourite double chocolate decadence recipe and topped it off with nougat-buttercream frosting and a piece of malteser on top of each.
For the frosting:
*150g soft nougat
*250g unsalted butter
*350g icing sugar
*2 tbs bitter sweet cocoa powder
*1 tbs milk or heavy cream
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A Truly Sweet Taste of Louisiana
The vast world of cake toppers, there are now so many variations on the traditional bride and groom cake topper you’ll be sure to find something to suit your wedding theme and highlight your personality.
In my personal experience I didn’t want to go for the traditional bride and groom figures due to the significant height difference of nearly a foot between me and my partner, coupled with my mixed race complexion I was worried as to how we would find anything reflective of our images.
In my hunt for an alternative I enlisted the help of my sister in-law who found a spectrum of weird and wonderful cake toppers from woolly goldfish more upmarket diamanté embellished initials, and the main source of these cake toppers was of course Etsy. Now in the end I didn’t purchase anything from Etsy as most of my preferences were from overseas and I…
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Have you heard of Nutmeg Treats? If the answer is no, you must head over to their website to check out the amazing talent that is Nutmeg Treats. I was enamored when I first saw the amazing artistry and eye for aesthetics in the design of some cupcakes and a birthday cake for a party. I was eager to get my hands on a cupcake, so I made up an excuse (as if I needed an excuse…) to order some cupcakes. My sister was coming into town from California and we usually throw a tea party every year, so it was the perfect occasion to get something fancy!
Meg Skill, owner & designer of Nutmeg treats, asked me what type of party I was having and what my color palette was for the order. I chose mint green, peach, magenta, lavender & gold. I selected the champagne with raspberry…
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