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Persian Love Cake
The legend behind this cake is that a young girl was madly in love with a Persian prince. Desperately trying to win his love she made him the most delectable cake filled pistachios which were declared exclusive food for the royal household by the Queen of Sheba and the exotic flavours of rose and cardamom. Such was her love that it transferred to this cake and filled it with magical love powers. The heady aromas of spice, rose and citrus won the Prince's heart and he became smitten with the young girl. (We can only assume it was a 'happy ever after' ending!) Ingredients: 100ml warm al..
Coconut Ice
Ingredients: 840g icing sugar 200g dessicated coconut Tin of condensed milk (395g) 1 egg white, slightly beaten Food colouring Line a 18cm square cake tin (or rectangular similar in size) with baking paper. Or, if using chocolate moulds spray lightly with cooking spray, wiping out excess. Sift the icing sugar into a large bowl then stir in condensed milk, coconut and egg white. It takes quite a bit of mixing and you might find it easier to wear gloves and mix by hand. Divide the mixture into portions for as many colours as you want – leave a larger amount white. If making traditi..
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Persian Love Cake
The legend behind this cake is that a young girl was madly in love with a Persian prince. Desperately trying to win his love she made him the most delectable cake filled pistachios which were declared exclusive food for the royal household by the Queen of Sheba and the exotic flavours of rose and cardamom. Such was her love that it transferred to this cake and filled it with magical love powers. The heady aromas of spice, rose and citrus won the Prince's heart and he became smitten with the young girl. (We can only assume it was a 'happy ever after' ending!) Ingredients: 100ml warm al..
Rudolph Cake Pops Tutorial
Rudolph Cake Pop Tutorial Ingredients Baked cake of your choice. Packet mix is perfectly acceptable. I've used homemade mud cake as it doesn't require any icing to bind it together. Chocolate melts or chopped chocolate (milk or dark) Copha if required Red smarties or m&ms Icing eyes or round lollies Equipment Deep microwavable bowl Spoon Lollipop sticks Packaging Cellophane bags Brown pipe cleaners Step 1 Crumble your cold baked cake into fine crumbs. Step 2 Squeeze your cake crumbs to form balls approximately 3-3.5cms in diameter...