Below is a simple dessert table I created using a bow and the colour lemon as inspiration.
The table consisted of...
THE CAKE: Banana Supreme cake layered and iced in cream cheese frosting.
COOKIES: Vanilla sugar cookies, lightly soaked in vanilla sugar syrup and decorated with fondant and an OH!!! flower
MACARONS: Macadamia macarons, filled with spiced pumpkin buttercream and maple syrup
JELLY DOTS: Layers of lemon, passionfruit and mango jelly cut into dots.
Decorated sugar cookie samples.
Perfect for favors for weddings, engagements, baby showers, birthdays, etc. Can be fully customised to your requirements.
Wait till you see what I used them for...
It was my brother's birthday on the week and with turkish delight being his favourite I decided to make him some turkish delight macarons.
These macarons are lightly dusted with pink lustre dust and filled with milk chocolate ganache and chunks of real turkish delight.
These personalised Penrith Panther shortbread cookies were requested by a client for her bombonierre for her wedding on Friday night. Each was personalised with the guests names. The girls cookies were outlined in purple, boys in teal and the names in rustic maroon. The photo does not show up the colours properly though. They were packaged in clear bags and tied with a simple black ribbon.
My sister in law asked me to bake her some Christmas cookies to hand out to her fellow staff members as a christmas gift. I only had a snowman and a christmas tree cutter and decided to do a test run first...
Christmas Tree cookie - Iced in Green royal icing and decorated with a handmade gold lustre star, red royal icing baubles and white and gold royal icing piped tinsel. I liked these Christmas trees.
This is my snowman cookie. I am not happy with the way this one turned out. He was iced in white royal icing with a sanding sugar outline and decorated with a handmade sugarfondant hat and royal icing eyes, nose, scarf and buttons.
My kids thought the cookies were awesome and took them in their lunch boxes to school the next day.
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Happy Halloween readers!!! My four children and their cousins, plus some friends (there 12 in all) dressed up for trick or treating on Saturday. We had some scary monsters, a barbie musketeer (my 8yr old daughter wants to be a musketeer when she grows up), a pumpkin, a skeleton witch, a fireman, Peter Pan, a skeleton, some witches and an adorable Snow White.
The children all had their trick or treat buckets and set off up and down our street door knocking and excitedly calling out "trick or treat". Unfortunately our street does not seem to be too much into halloween as i think out of roughly 15 homes only 3 were prepared for trick or treaters with most not home (or pretended not to be home). Still the children had loads of fun and collected enough treats
Anyhow, I love an excuse to make "themed edibles". This time I decided to bake halloween cookies and was the first to place a treat in each childs bucket.
I baked my biscuit recipe that tastes just like Honey Jumbles and decorated them in royal icing - some sprinkled with coloured sanding sugar. I made happy face pumpkins, black cats, skeleton faces, mummies, bats friendly ghosts. They were a huge hit especially the ones with sanding sugar. YUM YUM!!!
Check out my ghostly lollypops. I got this idea while browsing the internet, thought these looked great and had to make them up for the children for halloween.