I confess I did not know there was such a wonderful thing as a Raffaello Coconut Praline until last year when I made my Ferrero Rocher Hazelnut Truffle Cake.
One of my awesome readers suggested I make a Raffaello Cake~ so here it is, my Raffaello Coconut Ruffle Cake.
This is a new recipe for Coconut Sponge Cake since many had trouble with my original Coconut Sponge Cake; I decided I better get to work on an easier more user friendly recipe and this one is a sure fire winner!
This here fruitcake ain’t your grandmas Christmas fruitcake!
This my friends ~ is a California Fruit Cake!
And we all know they do things just a little bit better in California! Am I right?
No dried fruit loaves here, today we are spreading some sunshine all over the joint with beautiful Golden Vanilla Cake layers filled with fresh vanilla pastry cream; all smothered in vanilla whipped cream.
This particular Mango Mousse Cake is quite the project I must say!
I often wondered if many of you will actually take on such hefty Building on Recipes tasks; but I think my reaction at the end of the video will be enough to convince you to DO IT!!
You will not regret the time that goes into this cake.
I really don’t know what to say about this Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cheesecake.
I mean the name and the picture alone really speaks volumes.
I’m kinda speechless ~ and if you know me, you know THAT NEVER HAPPENS!
Checkerboard cake was one of the most popular cakes when I owned my bakery.
The combination of white cake and chocolate cake layers and buttercream galore is magical in and of itself; but then add the surprise center when you cut into this cake to reveal the checkerboard pattern inside!
Gâteaux Mille-Feuille is the famous pastry that may be difficult to pronounce and some think it is difficult to prepare too!
Let’s first understand that Mille-Feuille (which technically is just the flaky pastry part) literally means 1000 layers and in English we simply call it Puff Pastry.