An in-home bakery (Licensed in the State of Wisconsin) that specializes in made to order sugar cookies, cupcakes and cakes. We don’t “mass produce” so all orders are made so that they are as fresh as possible when you need them. We are able to do “rush orders” but we would prefer at least a 2 week notice to ensure we can provide you with the best possible product we can make.
Door County Custom Cakes and Cookies
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~~~~~There are a few weekends that I won't be available to help you with your order, I am running another Half Marathon so please make sure you plan ahead.~~~~~
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Baseballs and Cardinals and Roses...OH MY!
I've been very busy in the last 24 hours, here is a glimpse of what I've been up to.
We'll start with Baseballs...I made Baseball cupcakes. Cupcakes are white cake with white butter cream frosting and red "threads". Intended to look like...well...Baseballs.
I also made a Cardinal's cake. This is my second one. I successfully completed my first one last night only to sneak a peak at it this morning to be mortified. I attempted to smooth out the bubbles and what not, but I knew that I could not show this cake. I thought about taking the fondant off and attempting to "rebuild" the cake, but in the end I set to baking and started from the beginning. The end result is slightly different, I used royal icing for the lettering on the second cake verses the fondant on the first. I'm very pleased with my second end result.
I tried to make Roses after I saw Amanda on Iambaker do a rose tutorial. I had extra cake batter from the cupcakes so I made a 8 inch round cake. I then covered the cake with butter cream and used a 1 M tip and made roses. I'm taking the Rose cake to book club tonight.