Little Man Cake

I am just too excited about today’s post!  Over time, I’ve been dreaming of making a cake like this. This theme works great with baby showers, 1st birthday’s and even an older boys birthday party. 

So to follow the theme we made a Little Man mustache & bow tie cake. We iced this 2 tier cake with teal and white fondant to great with a bow tie and also added mustache on the top tier with the boys name just above it. The birthday boy’s age (ONE having a hat on the 'O' and mustache on the 'E') was used has a topper for this cute themed cake that everyone would love.

This adorable Little Man cake is perfect for your little gentleman (complete with future mustache)! Are you having a gender reveal party, pregnancy reveal party, birthday party, or baby shower? This cake will add that extra dapper touch to your party! With such character, everyone will comment on how cute the cake is. A perfect decoration for your special event!

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Tools and Materials
1. Round Cake
2. Buttercream Icing (Click here for tutorial)
3. Rainbow Sprinkles
4. Turntable
5. Angled Spatula
6. 2 Cardboard Cake Circles (1″ smaller than cake size)
7. Cake Lifter
8. Large Shallow Tray
9. Small Bowl
10. Spoon
STEP BY STEP PROCEDURE STEP 1: Bake your cake and place on one of the cardboard circles. STEP 2:  Frost the sides of the cake with a reasonably thick layer of buttercream icing and remove excess. Do not frost the top of the cake at this stage. STEP 3: Using the cake lifter, lift the cake off the turntable and chill in the freezer for 15 minutes. STEP 4: While waiting for the cake to chill, pour the rainbow sprinkles into a large shallow tray.
STEP 5: Remove the cake from the freezer and place the other cardboard circle on top of the cake. STEP 6: Using the cake lifter, lift the cake and gently lay on its side in the tray sprinkles. Supporting the cake with your hands on either side, roll until you have an even layer of sprinkles adhered to the buttercream.

Vanilla Buttercream Frosting Tutorial

So I decided to share this buttercream frosting tutorial.
Buttercream is a classic frosting recipe most commonly used to frost cakes. It is creamy, buttery and easy to use. 

INGREDIENTS (By Terry Adido of Grated Nutmeg):
(1) 113 Grams Unsalted Butter (1/2 Cup)
(2) 113 Grams Shortening (1/2 Cup) (See Note 1)
(3) 460 Grams Confectioners Sugar (4 Cups)
(4) 2 to 4 Tablespoons of Milk. (See Note 2)
(5) 1 Teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract
(6) Food Colour (Optional)

(1)  You can use all butter, all shortening, or any combination of both. If using butter, it should be at room temperature. Take it out of the fridge at least 30 minutes before you intend to make the frosting. While the butter gives this frosting a creamy buttery taste, the shortening provides the structure it needs to stay at room temperature.
(2) The quantity of milk you use will ultimately depend on how firm you want the frosting to be. It is best to start with 2 tablespoons and add more if you need to. You can use whipping cream in p…

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How to make Red Velvet Cake


·         ½ cup /113 grams butter, at room temperature, plus 2 tablespoons to prepare pans ·         3 tablespoons/22 grams cocoa powder, divided ·         1 ½ cups/300 grams sugar ·         2 eggs ·         2 teaspoons/10 milliliters vanilla ·         2 tablespoons/30 milliliters red food coloring ·         1 teaspoon/6 grams salt ·         1 teaspoon/5 grams baking soda ·         2 ½ cups/320 grams flour, sifted ·         1 cup/236 milliliters whole buttermilk ·         1 tablespoon/15 milliliters vinegar ·          Ermine icing (see recipe), or other fluffy white icing


1.    1. Heat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare three 9-inch cake pans by buttering lightly and sprinkling with 1 tablespoon sifted cocoa powder, tapping pans to coat and discarding extra cocoa. 2.    2. Cream butter and sugar together. Add eggs one at a time and beat vigorously until each is incorporated. Mix in vanilla. 3.    3. In a separate bowl, make a paste of the remaining 2 tablespoons cocoa a…

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Ten things that occur in your body when you eat egg!

Chicken eggs, the most commonly eaten eggs, provide 155 calories (kcal) of food energy and 12.6 g of protein in a 100 gram serving. Boiled Eggs according to research, supply several vitamins and minerals as significant amounts of the Daily Value, including vitamin A, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B12, choline, phosphorus, zinc and vitamin (per 100 gram serving of a hard-boiled egg).  Egg yolks and whole eggs store significant amounts of protein and choline,and are widely used in cookery. Below are ten things that occur in your body when you eat egg!
1. Eggs increase HDLs (the good cholesterol). High-density lipoproteins, commonly referred to as the healthy cholesterol, reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. You can increase the level of HDLs in your body by regularly consuming eggs.

2. Do you know that eggs can help the eyeballs. In addition to protein, eggs contain high levels of lutein and zeaxanthin antioxidants. Studies have shown that these nutrients help build up you…

The Making of 5 Tiers Wedding Cake

I want to share pictures of how this 5 tiers wedding cake was made. Please like. comment and share!!!
This cake is made up of 3 square tiers at the bottom and 2 round tiers on top with a bouquet of roses on the top of it to complement the set-up.
The cake was made from Nigerian Wedding Cake Recipe with mixed fruit (recipe coming soon).

First of all, the roses were made and kept in egg crates to air dry. See pictures below


This post is the summarized tips on how to make dry fondant panels

As the name implies, dry fondant panelling is the method in which the sides of cakes are covered with dry fondant panels. The dry panelling method is used for cakes with sharp angles like boxes or cubes. It involves making the fondant panels ahead of time, leaving them to dry and then sticking them to the sides of the frosted cake. The dry fondant panels could be stuck directly on the frosting or you could drape the cake with a layer of fondant before placing the panels.

Below are a few tips for successful dry fondant paneling: i. The panels need to be made ahead of time ii. Before cutting the panels, you must have an idea of the measurement of your cake tier, especially the sides and height of the cake. iii. The panels should always be bigger than the cake tier. iv. Avoid using very soft fondant when creating your panels. v. Always cut your panels on the drying surface. vi. When frosting your cake, make judicious use …