CakeJournals February favourites

It is time for CakeJournal’s favourites again, so let’s just jump in.

Cake pop’s are here to stay and with this little sweet mould, you can quick and easy make cute cupcake pop’s. I would love to get my hands on that mould, it will be a great little helper to have in my kitchen. You can read more about the Cupcake Pop Mould on My Little Cupcake and make sure to see the adorable video tutorial too.


I have decide, that I want to work more, with sugar flowers. So I have bought the book: Sugar Flowers For Beginners by Paddi Clark. I have only been looking briefly in the book, but I am already inspired to make some of the flowers in the book. Especially the Magnolia, Sweet Pea, Tulip and Cherry Blossoms have caught my eyes. Let’s see how it goes…

There are so many wonderfull books about sugar flowers. If you have another sugar flower book, that you think are great, please leave me a comment. You can find this book in my bookstores: UK and US

My last February favourite are of course Macarons. Who cannot love the little sweet french confection? I have been really hooked, so a book about macarons is needed on my bookshelf. I think that this book: Mad About Macarons by Jill Colonna will be my next book purchase. It will be fun to try out new flavours. Also available in my bookstores: UK and US

Happy Caking!

Louise

Comments

  1. Lynea says

    I just discovered your site here and wanted to tell you that you have the nicest looking work I have seen! Usually when I discover or am shown a blog about cakes, cookies, etc. I think “I can do that way better!” But you are amazing! I aspire to have my work look as great as yours! Thank you for sharing, I will be learning a lot from you!

    Lynea

  2. Carrie says

    Louise,
    If you can’t I will send you one as a Thank you for all your awesome Post!
    Please let me know!
    Carrie

  3. Pyntekagen says

    I went right on too order this cute mould , but ohh no!!! Not available for international customers. Such a shame.
    Please do anyone know how to get the mould some where else?
    Thanks Louise for the inspiration and a wonderfull site.

    • Anonymous says

      There are 1 or 2 international retailers in Europe. You can find the link on the MLC website. I hope that SK will stock it here in DK.

  4. Gin says

    I am always amazed at how you can come up with such wonderful ideas week after week. I especially loved the way you made your rose peony flowers. I have been searching all over the internet to find the cutters like the ones you use. Have you got a place to purchase them?

    • Anonymous says

      Thank you, for your sweet offer Carrie 🙂 I have seen that I might be able to buy it from Europe. I Will try that first.

  5. Carrie says

    Thank you for the awesome link for thew My little cupcake!
    I ordered the set of 3 or 4 not usre how many now!
    This makes cake pop easy!
    Carrie

  6. Carrie says

    Thank you for the awesome link for thew My little cupcake!
    I ordered the set of 3 or 4 not usre how many now!
    This makes cake pop easy!
    Carrie

  7. Chefbeth says

    It just says you can’t order out of the U.S. directly from her. You can probably find a retail outlet through her site & order from them. Good luck!

  8. Chefbeth says

    It just says you can’t order out of the U.S. directly from her. You can probably find a retail outlet through her site & order from them. Good luck!

  9. Camilla (Himmelske kager) says

    Lovely mould, but it is a shame, that it is not available for international customers. I do also have the book of Paddi Clark and it is very good.

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