This delightful Chocolate Easter Cake was made with Chocolate Velvet Cake layers, sandwiched with Vanilla Condensed Milk Buttercream. To create this striking torn and broken buttercream effect, a layer of chocolate buttercream was covered top and bottom with a spring fresh lemon-yellow buttercream. The chocolate buttercream showing through was a perfect background for some buttercream grass with candy Easter Eggs nestled about and a chocolate Easter Bunny or three.
Hope I didn’t scare you but that’s my name, Boo!
I am a Stalk-Eyed Monster Cake that Baked by Kirsty made especially for Halloween.
My Orange Curd Condensed Milk Buttercream fur tastes really good with my three Chocolate Velvet Cake layers.
You can tell my age by the number of eyes I have. And in case you were wondering … they are made of marshmallows and candy sweets perched on handy lollipop stalks – so you can grab them and eat every bit! Except the lollipop sticks – please don’t eat those! Maybe I could join you for your next Halloween party and with a bit of luck you might get the hairy eyeball!
If chocolate is on your list of favourite things – then a Signature Chocolate Shop Cake is what you need when it is time for your next celebration. Chocolate Cake layers are sandwiched with buttercream and any flavour options that will bring your chocolate dreams to life. Drenched in a chocolate drip and topped with buttercream swirls, chocolate shards and sprinkles there may even be room for some candles if you need. Pick your favourite chocolate bar and challenge Bake by Kirsty to turn it into your celebration cake. A 15cm/6inch version with 4 layers will serve up 12 to 16 generous portions whilst the 20cm/8inch with 4 layers could be portioned to serve 24.