I have made a ghost cake before… but I wanted to try some different recipes and techniques this time around.
More rounded ghost heads.
A smaller cake with less ghosts.
And maybe even a ghost Surprise Inside!
Next time I’ll try not to forget his mouth.
And turns out I like the original better anyway.
I wanted to get this on my blog before I forgot. I seem to be doing that lately… forgetting things.
If you are reading this post by the light of the rising sun, then most likely I am on a plane for Kansas City.
I arrive at 8:30am and fly out at 7:30pm. (I am still a full time nursing mom and just couldn’t bear the thought of being away from my baby overnight.)
Its for a class taugh by the amazingly talented Helene of Tartelette.
See, this whole book thing is freaking me out. Its one thing to take a picture and throw it on your blog and hope for the best. Its quite another to have it be in print. Forever.
I just dont know enough, and I think Helene is one of the best teachers out there. I need her help badly!
So please forgive me for not posting recipes or a tutorial or even as many pictures as I normally do.
I am working really hard to reach this goal so that we can get back to normal around here.
I miss you guys!
This is an absolutely beautiful cake. Love it.
I love the surprise inside! What a fabulous idea! I love your blog.
That is a jawdropping masterpiece cake!lovely and so appetizer.WOW!
Wow. What lovely cake you have made!!!! mmm I am loving it!!!
Love this cake, so creative, will you be posting the receipe and tutorial soon? Would love to make this.
How on earth did you get the ghost inside of the cake??
I love this cake very much. I have made it yesterday. Thanks for sharing this recipe to me.
Wait! How do I make this cake??? Where can I find the recipe please?