The Great ideas for Valentine’s Day cake

Valentine’s Day cake They affect people whom you love woven and hand-dressed in Valentine’s Day cake. In the grocery store or bakery, forget about spending your hard-earned money; Make it yourself!

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Of course, you will want the cake in the shape of a heart. There are three ways to accomplish this. Number 1 is to bake the cake in a heart-shaped pan. You can carve the heart from a round cake for those who do not have such a pan. Merely place a coronary heart template onto the cake and reduce the form with a serrated bread knife. The third way is to draw a large heart shape on the top of a round cake. You’ll need a pastry bag to accomplish this.

The grocery stores sell a cake batter mix. The mixes that they sell are of pretty good quality. A box of the compound that can make one medium-sized cake will cost you about $1.50. I know for a fact that many bakeries use the same mix that you just bought off the supermarket shelf in their bakeries. They happen to buy in bulk, usually in 25 to 50-pound bags. The bakers might also doctor the mix up a bit by adding a touch of flavor, using more eggs or oil, and so on. Bakers generally buy their ingredients from bulk foodservice distributors while buying the cake decorating supplies from specialty companies.

Follow the directions off of the box when baking your masterpiece. Let the cake cool. Now the fun begins, time to decorate it!

You do not need to be an artist to make the cake look remarkable. Ice the cake with your sweetheart’s favorite frosting. I do not particularly like the frosting that the supermarkets sell. It doesn’t taste good and is too hard to work. So here is another excellent tip. Buy the icing from a cake decorating supply company. These companies buy professional-grade frosting. They are packed in small containers and can sell to do-it-yourself-ers.

It is up to your creativity to do the rest. If you think you can use a pastry bag, buy a small one and put some colored icing (hopefully you will use red or pink) in it. Then write some cake which means your beloved. Rather than use the old “Happy Valentine’s Day” wording, be creative. Here are some hints: “Be My Valentine,” “Be Mine,” “Hot Stuff,” “Te Amo,” “Hugs and Kisses,” “You’re so sweet,” and so on. I’ve also seen people put a favorite candy onto the cake. Candy Making Supply stores also sell candy molds. Go ahead make your candy, too; it’s easy!