When I was asked to make this cake, I panicked a little. Cake, I can do. Character/figures, not so much. If you have been around a while you may remember the Rocky Horror Elsa from the Frozen cake, I attempted. After that, I have avoided them at all cost!
In true Erica fashion, I procrastinated until the very last-minute, thinking if I just keep putting it off, maybe they will cancel! Nope!
I hounded a friend of mine, who also does cakes, and is amazing at figures for some tips. She was a great help!!
He is by no means awesome, but much less scary looking! I didn’t hate it.
I have not been posting many cakes, but they are continuously being added to the cake page. I liked this one, so it got a post.
I had the honor of making yet another 60th Wedding Anniversary cake within a month! Such an amazing accomplishment.
I can only take credit for the baking. They made this beautiful display, it’s just gorgeous!
A birthday cake for someone who really likes fireworks. A carrot cake with cream cheese icing. I didn’t like how this one turned out. But I hear it was tasty!
I was asked to make a Mermaid Tail Cake. Turned out ok!
I was asked to make cupcakes for 2 very special people’s 60th Wedding Anniversary. Not many people can say they were married 60 years, such an amazing accomplishment. Cupcakes were vanilla and carrot cake with cream cheese icing.
Yesterday was our Annual Poker Run Party! Everyone brings an appetizer and we pick at them throughout the day. I have my usual ‘go tos’, but I wanted to switch it up a bit. I needed something that could be made a head, didn’t need to be heated and could please a crowd. While searching Pinterest, I stumbled across this ‘A Crowd Favorite: Feta Dip’ from Clover Lane . It looked Delicious! I had to adapt it a tad as I could not find one of the ingredients and I really didn’t measure.
Tomatoes – seeded and diced
Green onion – thinly sliced
Feta – crumbled
1. Select a tray for the amount you want to make. Drizzle with olive oil.
2. Add pepper, oregano and garlic
3. Top with tomatoes, green onions, and feta
At this point there was a bit of a kerfuffle, unrelated to the dish, so I forgot to get pictures until it has half eaten! Trust me, it was a lot nice looking when it arrived.
4. Toss together and serve with a baguette or pita
This was delicious! Many people referred to it as bruschetta , It really was a crowd favourite. Everyone commented on how good it was and it was devoured! This may be my new ‘go to’ app. Thanks Sarah, from Clover Lane, for sharing this recipe.