I love color, and I'm always browsing different foodie/sweet blogs and came across this from Martha Stewart.
Oh Martha, what have you done? I think a pot of gold awaits after you make this. How pretty is this? I'd like to take a cake decorating/frosting class before I give this a go. Martha's instructions for this cake is HERE. I promise I will attempt to make this one day, maybe not with ALL the ROYGBV colors (9th grade Science, yo!)
I've never ate a cake from a jar, but seeing this, I'd love to!
I'm not sure how hard it would be to scoop the cake out of the jar but you can always push the cake up with these push pops.
Remember push pops? I'm seeing these pop up everywhere! I found these HERE.
Oh, and of course, the rainbow cake pop! Check out the tutorials for this HERE and HERE.
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Last month I helped my friend Thu create cake pops for her cousin's wedding. The color theme of the wedding was orange and gray and I helped her make simple orange and white cake pops for the dessert table.
THIS is how you do a dessert table! Plentiful amounts of cake pops, candy, and a s'mores bar! I'm salivating just looking at it.
I bet there wasn't a crumb left by the end of the night. She had cute coordinating orange to-go boxes for guests to take the goodies home.
Here's a close up of the cake pops. Thu placed orange crystals to hide the stryafoam and I think it adds a classic touch to the dessert table.
Be sure to check out her blog HERE and follow her journey through event planning.
*All photos courtesy of Thu