Types of Wedding Cake Designed

When you think of weddings, you can’t help but picture a perfect setting with happy faces, fancy dressing, perfect decor and DELICIOUS FOOD. My favourite part of it all has to be the wedding cake. After, “Oh, I wonder what the bride must look it?”, the next most likely question we ask ourselves is, “Oh, I wonder what the cake must taste like?” It must look good and sure as hell, taste even better!


What goes in deciding the best wedding cake for your special day?

First, choose the right flavour. Will it be the good old Fruit, Chocolate, Vanilla, Carrot? Or would you want to try the New, more “In” flavors like, Popcorn (I love popcorn, but this would be taking it a little too far in obsession), Coffee (have a long ceremony planned and you don’t want your guests feeling tired before the dancing starts? Just get them a slice or two of this cake) Ginger Spice (I don’t know who is making this famous) Nuts (don’t go that far in creativity, I was just suggesting almond and hazel :P). With so many pastry chefs and cake suppliers, you won’t fall short of options in choosing the right flavour. But to make your wedding cake stand out, it must fit in first. The idea is to complement the cake with the wedding theme and style.


So here are some of the best trending wedding cakes you can choose from for your special celebration:


An Ombre Occasion –


Ombre is named by the French and its literal definition is having tones of colour that shade into each other, graduating from light to dark. How beautiful would that look on a cake? That’s right, VERY! This would allow you to add colour to your cake and right about any colour would work. Ombre cakes have been in vogue over the past few years. With this cake on the table, you can be sure of your wedding pictures to look more tempting. Now that’s a trend you must follow for likes.




The Metallic Vibe –


For the love of classic, traditional cakes will never go out of style but what a classic bride won’t be able to resist are these metallic wedding cakes. You can get this made with a twist of glam in Vintage Style, Old Hollywood, Glittering Gold, Shining Silver or Charming Copper. Best part, this cake, would go with pretty much any theme. Imagine the old world charm! Like I said, you won’t be able to resist.


A Piece of Art –


Don’t let the idea of a perfect wedding stop you from bringing out a little whimsy in You. There is nothing more exciting than having a custom painted wedding cakeandmore on the food table. What I would give to be a part of this setting! Take a hint from custom design decor and invites, it could be Geometric Style, Quotes and Quiz, Pretty Patterns, Secret Garden, Something Blue, Birds, Flowers or Leaves. Sounds like art, I won’t mind a piece of… or two.




Must Know Facts About Cupcakes

What comes to mind when you hear, CUPCAKES? Most of us have an imagine of small muffin with whip cream icing on top. For the more fancy thinkers, you could add some sprinklers on that icing. Well that said, have you ever wondered about the origin of a cupcake? Ever thought about where it all started from? Don’t know about you, but I have, and so I decided to do some fact finding. The ones who are still wondering about the origin, here is what I’ve gathered from my bit of reading. So here goes everything you must know about, Cupcakes –


It all started with CAKES. Duh, Obviously! Lol, no but really, it did start with cakes. The idea of having large measurements of ingredients became cliched over time and cupcakes bought a more well suited modern sensibilities of cake serving that didn’t take over 4 hours or more to bake. Yes, that’s how long it took back in the days. These small bites of portable, portioned and distinguished invention was first brought to light in the early 17th Century. Cupcakes were referred to as number cake, then. Why? Because they were easy to remember by the measurement of ingredients it took to make them: One cup of butter, two cups of sugar, three cups of flour, four eggs, one cup of milk, and one spoonful of soda. And Tta Daa, you have yourself a cupcake cakesandmore. Clearly, cupcakes today have expanded to a much wider variety of ingredients, measurements and decorations. This however was one of the first cupcake recipes, we know of.

The first official cupcake recipe was recorded in 1776, this was a basic recipe to make light cakesandmore in cups. In 1871, these number cakes were served in more variety as innovation grew. Not long after, in 1919, when the World War I ended, we were introduced to Hostess Cupcake, the first ever snack cake. They was also the first to serve cupcakes with chocolate icing. Soon after, cupcakes began to be served with the good old Malted icing in Vanilla and Chocolate. But it wasn’t until 1947, when D.R. “Doc” Rice was put at task, to design cupcakes for it to become the cupcake it is today. Rice started working at the age of 17 as cake dumper, after supervising 5 bakeries, he noticed a shift in the quality of ingredients used and began the machine production of iced cupcakes. These were selling 25% more than the regular muffins, and eventually became the only kind of cupcake that were sold by Hostess Cupcake.

Eventually, cupcakes cakesandmore got popular not just in the bakeries but also in homes as they were convenient, got baked much faster than relatively regular size cakes. But, home cooks were still using hearth ovens to bake cakes which took until blue moon to get them out and ready to eat. Worst of all, the final serving would often be burned. Which began the rise of Muffin Tins, also called Gem Pans. They got popular around the turn of 20th century, and thereafter people started making cupcakes in tins. In early 2000s, cupcakes got even more popularised with television and movie coverage which added to its sensation. Magnolia Bakery was one of the many that got featured in HBO’s famous sitcom, Sex And The City. There was no looking back after.


Ever since their creation, cupcakes have been a popular trend in the culinary world. They have dominated dozens of bakeries devoted completely to them. With Chocolate and Vanilla still being the classic choices, rich flavors like, Red Velvet, Lemon Meringue, Blueberry Punch and Espresso Fudge are trending more for the likes of Instagram. That’s just how it is, but let’s not take away from what these cupcakes are really – easy to make, good looking, great tasting, inexpensive, bite size-able delight, you can never say no to.

So here you have it, Everything About Cupcakes, you need to know. Hope you enjoyed reading as much as I did writing this delicious piece of origin. Leaving you with a cup filled with cake kinda day.

Chocolate Cake Recipe

Does this ever happen with you that you meet someone really interesting, spark with them (girl or guy) and then wish they like to do the same things you do when no one’s watching? It happened with me recently, I met this really great gal, she and I just clicked on levels that I didn’t know I could reach with another human, it was great. And I couldn’t keep myself from asking her, if she enjoys chocolate cakeandmore. Because, God knows how much I do. That’s my guilty pleasure. And guess what? She did! You must be wondering why are you reading about this on a chocolate cake blog, but wait for it…


She told me she had been looking for recipes to come up with a perfect Chocolate Cakeandmore. For over 3 months, she had been experimenting with the ingredients and she had finally settled on what works best to make a perfect chocolate cakeandmore. I couldn’t wait to try it and she couldn’t hold back from sharing (too kind, I must say). And after my first big bite into this cakeandmore, I asked myself if this is the best chocolate cakeandmore I had eaten so far. YES. It was undoubtedly the perfect chocolate cake, I’d had. It felt like I found my soulmate in her, after every bite of this cake. Trust me you ladies and nice guys looking for the perfect chocolate cakeandmore recipe, you want this cake in your life. Because that’s what I did and now I’m here sharing it with you’ll (my soulmate knows it’s being shared ;P)


For all those blue days, cranky bays, painful rules and dull pulls, you just need a nice big slice of this decadent marvel and you’d be good to go. Alright, enuf said!

Here’s the recipe and steps to make the most delicious and moist three layered chocolate cakeandmore, of all times:

  • First preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Second we butter a 9 inch pan. Put some soften butter on a paper towel and spread evenly on the bottom and sides of the pan. Make sure you get all the sides and edges, you don’t want this cake to stick.
  • Pour some, all purpose flour or cocoa powder. But since this is our ultimate chocolate cakeandmore, I’d suggest you go with cocoa powder. Sprinkle it in and shake the pan back and forth until it’s evenly spread out. Don’t forget to get the edges and tap the excess powder out.
  • Repeat the same in the other two pans, for the other two layers since this is going to be a three layer cake. Making it all at once and then cutting three layers out won’t go justice to this cakeandmore. So I’d suggest we bake all three layers separately.
  • Next, we put together a batter: In a large mixing bowl combine – 3 cups of flour, 3 cups of sugar, 1.5 cups of cocoa powder, 1 tablespoon of baking soda, 1.5 teaspoons of baking powder, 1.5 teaspoons of salt.
  • Add all the wet ingredients: Pour in 4 eggs, 1.5 cups of buttermilk, 1.5 cups of hot water, 0.5 cup of vegetable oil, and mix it all together with a hand mixer or whisk. You don’t want to over mix this, we are just looking to combine all the ingredients and make sure there isn’t any flour or cocoa powder left on the sides or in lumps.
  • Now divide the batter in three pans. The easiest way to do this is with a measuring cup. It take about 3 cups of the batter in each pan to fill evenly.
  • Bake these at 350 degree for 30 to 35 mins. Make sure you place this in the center of the oven to bake well.
  • Bring them out of the oven once they are baked. Allow them to cool for 10 mins before taking them out of the pan. While you wait for the cakes to cool completely, you can go ahead and make your frosting.
  • Chocolate Cream Cheese Buttercream Frosting: Now this where all the cream to your cake lies.
  • Start with 225 grams of cream cheese in a bowl along with 1.5 cups of soften butter. Use a hand mixed to whip it together. Once it’s light and fluffy, add 1.5 cups of cocoa powder, a couple spoons of milk and mix it together. The amount of milk you want to add can vary, so just eyeball it. Next, we need 8 cups of sugar total, but add it one cup at a time and mix. In the end, it should look like a smooth fluffy frosting.
  • Now that our cakesandmore are cool, we can put it all together with the frosting. Take the first cake and layer it up with the frosting evenly, repeat the same for the other two layers. Once all the three layers are piled together, get the frosting spread smoothly from all sides.

Note: The quality of cocoa powder you use for the batter and frosting really matters. Go for the highest quality you can find.


There you have it, the most decadent and divine chocolate cakeandmore. Go on now, put on those fat pants and enjoy my soulmate’s recipe. Don’t forget to leave a comment below with your experience in making it. We’d love to hear if you also think this cake tastes as delicious as it sounds.

Easy French Macarons Recipe

Easter Sunday went by last weekend, thanks to which I had a good long weekend that started on Good Friday. Since I have friends who start their Easter parties on Saturday night and go on celebrating till Sunday evening, I decided to bake them something as munchies. Now we all know how significant eggs are on Easter, but I wanted to have something different this year. And so I thought of, Macarons  cakesandmore.

For the ones who don’t know, Macarons are French cookie cakesandmore sandwich with creamy icing in the middle. These tiny cookie sandwiches has become the recent favorite dessert for most. So I thought, why not make a batch, put them in a pretty box tied up with ribbon, and bring them to my friends as a dazzling gift. And while I was at it, I thought I’d share my making process with you. Just so if you’d want to Macaron your way into a party someday 😉 (Easter or not :p).



  • 1 3/4 cups confectioners’ sugar
  • 1 cup almond flour
  • 3 large egg whites, at room temperature
  • 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1/4 cup superfine sugar
  • 2 to 3 drops gel food coloring

Equipment you would need:

Oven (including convection settings)

4 baking sheets

3 baking mats

Fine Mesh Strainer

Pastry bag

First, I preheat the oven at 300 degrees celsius using the convection setting. Take the confectioners’ sugar and almond flour, measure them in cups, transfer both in equal quantity into bowl. Whisk to mix well.

I use the fine mesh strainer to sift the sugar-almond flour mixture, a little at a time, into a bowl large enough, pressing with a spatula to allow the content to pass through. There might be some almond flour remaining in the end, I don’t use that in my flour mix.

Next, I beat the egg whites, cream of tartar and salt in a mixer. I do this on medium speed until the content turns frothy. Then I increase the speed to medium high and gradually add the powdered sugar. Continue beating until the content turns stiff and shiny.

I, then transfer the beaten egg whites into the almond flour mix. Use a spatula to combine the mixture together. Adding food color and continue mixing, folding and turning, until the batter is smooth and falls off the spatula in a thin flat ribbon. This might take you, 2 to 3 minutes.

Take this batter into a pastry bag, make sure that bag is fitted with 1/4-inch round tip. Hold the bag vertically and close to the baking sheet, pipe 1 1/4-inch circles (roughly 20 per sheet). Tap the baking sheets to release any air bubbles.

Let the cookies settle at room temperature until the tops are no longer sticky to the touch, this might take 15 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the humidity. Slip another baking sheet under the first batch, this is to protect the cookies from the heat.

Put this to bake until the cookies look shiny and rise 1/8 inches, this would take about 20 minutes. You can now transfer these cookies to a rack and let them cool completely. Now just peel the cookies off the mats and sandwich with a thin layer of filling.

Repeat, for more cookies cakesandmore.

And here you have it. Recipe on how to make Macarons at home. Quick and easy!

Vanilla Cheesecake Recipe for Classic Cheesecake cakesandmore Lovers

This delicious classic cheesecake has been my all time favorite for over a decade. I only knew vanilla flavour as cheesecake for the longest time. My distant aunt, who stayed not very far from where I lived, use to make these for my brother and I, every year on Christmas. At sixteen, I went through a Julie & Julia moment, where I had the urge to cook something different everyday. And when the weekend came I decided to bake, what else could I have started with but Vanilla Cheesecake, so I did. Went over to my aunt’s and got her recipe to make the perfect cheesecake I knew till then.


Here you have the recipe for a fluffy, delicate, vanilla cheesecake cakesandmore recipe.



  • 2-1/2 cups cracker crumbs
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup melted butter




  • 225 grams softened cream cheese
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 4 eggs
  • 1-1/2 cups sugar




  • 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 2 tablespoons sugar




Take a bowl and add cracker crumbs, cinnamon, sugar and mix in butter. Take a 9 inch springform pan and grease it upto 2 inches. Put the pan to bake at 350° for 5 minutes. Put it to cool on a wire rack. Now reduce the heat to 325°.


Next take a large bowl and beat cream cheese, sugar and vanilla until it’s smooth. Then add egg yolks and beat the combination lightly till it looks binded.

Now in a small bowl, take only egg whites and beat them until soft peaks form; fold this into the cream cheese mixture and add it over the crust.


Take this to bake for 1 hour and check when when the center is almost set. Once done, let it cool on a wire rack for 10 minutes. This is before we run the knife around the edges of the pan so loosen the bake. Let it cool further and refrigerate until it is completely cool.


At last, mix together the sour cream, sugar and vanilla; fold in whipped cream. Take the icing and spread over the top of your cheesecake. Let the cheesecake refrigerate overnight. And enjoy until the last crumb.

And here you have the best, most classic type of cheesecake. Try the recipe and leave your comment to let me know how it turned out for you. If you like reading and making these recipes, I would love to share more of them with you.

Most Instagram-worthy Desserts That You Must Try

There is not denying or defying how manic most of us are about our Insta uploads. This mania doesn’t stay limited to uploads about our parties, celebrations, festivals and travels but is now extended to sharing fights, breakups, depression, and irregular bowel movements. In the middle of this, we have humans who share their food stories.


Now for the longest time, I had a problem with people bringing their phones on the table and making the rest of us wait until that Instacrazy friend has finished taking all possible pictures for his/her next upload. Not to mention the amount of editing that will go behind, to make that dish look out like the kind of food people eat only when they are on a overly expensive vacation. This said, I have come to terms with these Instacrazies of the world, for they love doing what they do. Besides, who I am to judge what makes them happy? And if it weren’t for them, we won’t have had ideas on what we were going to eat the next time we find ourselves in that ‘Cool Resto’. Cakesandmore


When it comes to food stories, dessert stories are my favorite online and offline (of course). Not too long ago, I found myself scrolling through some of the must try desserts and trust me when I say, they look like I would want to Instagram every bit of these sweets. So here you have it, different desserts you must try before you die and while you are at it, instagram the hell outta those yummies.


  • Nutella Buns Hons –


Some treats are made to make your troubles go away. This breakfast dish is an update from the classic cinnamon bun, which is very average to my liking. But not this bun, this bun is loaded with the best Italian creation – Nutella! They are crusty on the outside with rich hazelnut and cinnamon flavour. Make sure you break the bun from the center before taking that Instashot. Cakesandmore


  1. Semolina Coconut Cake with Orange and Rose Waters

This fusion cake has a lot of varieties and is one of the most well known cakes in parts of Africa and Middle East. It is baked with condensed milk and coconut and soaked in with rose, lemon and orange syrup to add the right flavours. The candied rose petal garnish on this special bake is what adds the extra Insta-worthy touch to this cake. I read the recipe to this cake just so I can bake this at home and surprise my friends with a homemade desserts this unique, over one of our weekend banters. I will be sure to share some of those memories on Instagram :p And I know, you would too.


  1. Rainbow Ice Cream Loti
    These open sandwich ice cream is one of Singapore’s favorite street snack. They come in variety of flavours and colors making this dessert stand out not just on the streets but also in your pictures before you take that bite. The recipe to this rainbow delight first came to light in 2011’s special Sandwich Issue in an article called Special Treats. And it has grabbed attention for sweet lovers across the world.

    1. Waffles Overloaded With Ice Cream and Chocolate

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