In September, I started selling cakes again. I promised I would be taking it easy this time around but well, who does ever keep promises? I started slowly but things quickly picked up when people heard I was back. So here I am again, making lots of ube and caramel cakes, cupcakes, macarons, and even when I said, I would say no to customized cakes, I still did a few. Here are just some of them.
|I reckon this is the best rendition of my caramel cake so far.|
|Peanut butter macarons.|
|Baby shower banana cupcakes.|
|Red velvet birthday cupcakes.|
|Despicable Me-themed birthday cake.|
|Trash pack-themed cake.|
Fortunately, I was back to my healthy self by last week. Last Saturday was my youngest son's 12th birthday. We don't usually throw birthday parties but since Matthew's the youngest, he's had the privelege of inviting friends over for the last 4 years. It was kind of a bittersweet celebration for me knowing this would be the last time we would be having a children's party for our kids.
Oh yes, the birthday cake. After contemplating on making a Pokemon-themed cake (as Matt's birthday present was the new Pokemon Y 3DS game), I decided to try something different. Matthew thought it was so cool. So did his friends!
|An ombre cake in shades of green!|
I learned this frosting technique from YouTube. It took a lot of effort but the result was truly lovely, don't you think?
|The cake is Buko Pandan. I must say I didn't only enjoy staring at this cake, I liked eating it too!|
|I made black bottom cupcakes and macarons as well.|
Well, that's about it for now. I hope to be back real soon. If I don't, at least you know, there's a lot going on around here that's keeping me away from the keyboard. The list of things to do just never ends.
Have a good week!
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