A new mom is stirring up plenty of outrage after sharing a video of her gender reveal cake.
The cake they received had green letters, a cannabis leaf and a “high” pony with “red eyes” and a puff of smoke blowing from its snout.
A father says bakers ruined his son's birthday cake with their "pathetic" decorating skills.
Today, 20 March, Kensington Palace announced that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have picked Californian-born pasty chef Claire Ptak to bake their wedding cake.Ptak, the owner of London-basked bakery Violet Cakes, will be rustling up a lemon and elderflower flavoured bake for the royal couple, covered in buttercream and topped with fresh flowers.The modern, and bang-on-trend, design is miles from the traditional cake that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge selected for their wedding in April 2011.William and Kate selected Fiona Cairns to create their eight-tier extravaganza; a traditional fruit cake covered in royal white icing and iced versions of 17 flowers and leaves that Kate personally selected. Part of the cake was even saved for Prince George’s christening, as is tradition.The Queen’s cake in 1947 was just as elaborate – despite the post-war rationing still being in place. Ingredients were donated, and flown in from, South Africa and Australia for the occasion.From Princess Margaret’s to Princess Diana’s, feast your eyes on these show-stopping royal wedding cakes from years gone by.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Everything we know about the royal wedding so farThe ‘Meghan Markle Effect’ is already in full swing and worth a cool £500 millionWho foots the bill for Meghan Markle’s royal wardrobe?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reveal the pastry chef that will be making their wedding cake for their nuptials on Saturday 19 May.
Queen Elizabeth II loves chocolate cake just as much as you do. On April 21, Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 90th birthday. Last year, she was treated to an orange drizzle cake courtesy of “Great British Bake Off” winner Nadiya Hussain – but we’re betting this year, she’ll dig into this longstanding favourite too.
On Friday night, Donald Trump celebrated his inauguration by cutting into a massive nine-tier cake. Goldman posted a side-by-side comparison of the two cakes on Twitter saying, “The cake on the left is the one I made for President Obama’s inauguration 4 years ago. The cake on the left is the one I made for President Obama's inauguration 4 years ago.
Handpainted cakes are all the rage at the moment, with requests for them at weddings and birthday parties flying in left, right and centre. And it’s easy to see why they’re so popular – just look how beautiful they are. Painted with edible watercolours, these really are works of art. But that isn’t to say we wouldn’t like a slice. Or three.
Earlier this week, Mia Freedman’s son celebrated his eighth birthday and to mix things up, she decided to do something a little different for his cake. Instead of the usual cake batter, these are made with a chocolate dome, which is then decorated and filled with customized chocolates, candies and treats. This is important because unlike a regular birthday cake, you don’t cut these cakes — you smash them.
On your birthday, blowing out the candles on your birthday cake is an absolute must. According to a study done by Clemson University, significant increases in bacteria were found in the icing on birthday cakes after the candles were blown out. Donna Duberg, an assistant professor of Clinical Laboratory Science from Saint Louis University, told Men’s Health that letting your kids do it is particularly gross as children are “virtual petri dishes of everything”.
(All photos via Instagram/eatyrheartsout)“It’s not you, it’s me.” “We tried.”“I am damaged.”These are just a few of the breakup one-liners that New Yorker Isabella Giancarlo has heard over the years. “Break-ups are often so fraught with awkwardness, cliches, and lines that stay with us long after they’ve been said,” she said in an interview with BuzzFeed. “My aim is to allow people to engage with break-up feelings in a new way.”ALSO SEE: This Instagram account combines two of your favourite things: Drake and cakeInstead of weeping over these failed romances, Giancarlo decided to eat them away by putting the words on delicious baked goods, which she then posts on her Instagram account, Eat Your Heart Out. The results are both hilarious and tasty.Click through the gallery above to see some of the best one-liners she’s served up so far and let us know if you’ve got any of your own by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
A bride-to-be is dreading her wedding day because she’s afraid of cake. Rachel Lee, 28, from Featherstone, West Yorkshire, has a phobia of the treat after a traumatic childhood experience. A pretty weird phobia, but one that’s affected this bride-to-be’s life considerably.
In today’s edition of odd things people have purchased: A 34-year-old piece of cake from Prince Charles’s 1981 wedding to Lady Diana Spencer. Yum!The best part? While Los Angeles-based auction house Nate D. Sanders estimated the cake would sell for $4,000 USD ($5,580 CDN), the lucky high bidder took it home for just $1,375 USD ($1,900 CDN). What a bargain.Since the wedding, the “classic British fruitcake with cream cheese frosting” has sat in its ornamental doily box. It also came complete with a card that said “With best wishes from their Royal Highnesses, The Prince & Princess of Wales.”While the taste of the cake is more than likely questionable, it is apparently still edible. “Alcohol has preserved the cake making it still edible, although collectors would rather it remain intact,“ an auction house rep told the Daily Mail. Scroll through the gallery above to see photos.
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Photo: Reuters There isn’t much that Cara Delevingne keeps to herself — in fact, she’s built an entire brand based on oversharing. “And I wish at that time I realized other people go through it, that I can talk to other people, that you’re not alone, you’re not an alien.” Her message to her fans, she asserted, has always been to accept yourself no matter what, to love yourself, and to embrace your flaws.
It’s actually a blend of spices that are commonly used in pumpkin pie, such as cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and allspice. Regardless, the damage had been done and pumpkin spice was labeled as a fake, overrated flavour. Starbucks is trying to change things up this year with their newly reformulated Pumpkin Spice Latte, which is now made with actual pumpkin (and without caramel colouring).
You’ve got to love cake, especially if it’s shaped like a superhero. Bet you’ll want one of these for your birthday… Superman Shirt Cake [PHOTO CREDIT: SUNDAY BAKING] Rachel from the blog Sunday Baking not only made this awesome Superman cake, but she also wrote up a tutorial showing you how to make one yourself. She says it’s not difficult, either - check out her blog for all the details. Iron Man Cake [PHOTO CREDIT: Sweet As Sugar Cakes] I know.
Bakers that can make BBQ chicken wings out of chocolate and gravity-defying cakes that look like strawberries with cream being poured all over them. This gorgeous, gravity-defying strawberries and cream cake was made by the award-winning cake artist Laura Loukaides.