This month, Ann’s Designer Cakes shares with us everything you need to know about making your wedding cakes healthier, without sacrificing the great taste of cake we all love.
Ann’s Designer Cakes create cakes in an array of shapes and sizes, from dairy free, wheat and gluten free to eggless, there are no limitations! Ann has recently introduced a whole new range of healthier options for wedding cakes. These cakes aren’t just for the health conscious and the fitness fanatics but anyone who wants to have their cake and eat it, guilt free!
Anyone listening to Simon Mayo’s “Confessions” on Radio 2 yesterday would have heard the tale of an amateur wedding cake maker attempting to make a croquembouche, using their dog’s collar and PVA glue to hold it up.
So what is a croquembouche and how are they made? We spoke to croquembouche specialists “Fancy That!” to answer 5 common questions….Read More
Hot on the heels of the trend for French Croquembouche at weddings, macaron pyramids are making an appearance at weddings this summer, particularly in London where specialist French bakeries are more accessible, although the chain bakeries are not always delivering the quality required for weddings.
The colourful macarons (pronounced macaroons in the UK) are sandwiched with a light filling and displayed on an inverted cone.
As macarons can be made in virtually any colour and flavour we can see these being a huge hit for anyone wanting to add a splash of colour to their reception, and vintage colours; mint green, cream, dusky rose and lavender, work particularly well.
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