The Big Reveal

1 Jun

ok, so you know that cake i made yesterday?  the one that i didn’t know how it was going to turn out?  well, it was eaten today and i managed to get some photos of it before it all disappeared …

sliced cake resembles a rainbow, no?

a few slices in - double rainbow

daniel likes it anyway. success!! 🙂

i’m so pleased with it.  i know it’s not completely amazing, like the leprechaun cake on not martha‘s blog, but i’m pleased with my attempt at it.  it tasted great, it definitely resembled a rainbow, all of my family enjoyed it – and daniel completely loved it.  i have a lot more very much messier photos of how much he enjoyed it.  and that’s all that’s important to me.

birthday cake #1 = success  🙂

celebrating 1st birthdays is exhausting work!  i’m off to bed – i may share some photos of his birthday tomorrow.  it was a good day  🙂

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2 Responses to “The Big Reveal”

  1. Danielle June 6, 2011 at 09:18 #

    Hi Danielle, your cake looks great! The skittles worked really well to add a hint of the colour of the cake inside. I recently attempted to make the rainbow cake following Megan’s instructions as well. It didn’t turn out nearly as good as hers but still resembled a rainbow. If you have time I’d love to know what you think! http://spongedrop.blogspot.com/2011/06/rainbow-cake-happy-birthday-e.html

    • danielle June 7, 2011 at 22:25 #

      Thanks Danielle! I added the skittles mainly as a decoration, not sure how they’d actually taste with the sponge and vanilla frosting, but I thought they were a super tasty addition to the palate 🙂

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