Couples Love Tart

Couples Love Tart

Do you need a lustful dessert? I have the perfect tart for you! Above all, this Couples Love Tart will add a spark to your love life.

The ingredients are simple to prepare. And the short dough adds a hint of dark chocolate to the dessert. Also the layering of caramelized chocolate, espresso milk chocolate and pure white chocolate guarantees a romantic ending to the meal.

More to the point, here’s to a bit of prelude for sweet lovin’ on your date night and, most importantly let’s start baking!

What gives this tart a 5-star rating? It’s the aromatic taste of expresso in every bite with three layers of creamy chocolate.

A further plus to this recipe is the preparation for the dessert. For instance, the short dough can be prepared and frozen in advance. Additionally, the Couples Love Tart can be double-wrapped and frozen for up to 3-months.

But more than anything, your date night got easier!

As a way of comparison, imagine the taste of the tart above. It’s a mouthful of chocolate lustfullness.

On top of that, it’s hubby approved! Couples Love Tart

Couples Love Tart

Watch the YouTube video and click here for the Couples Love Tart recipe.

In the meanwhile, click the link on How to Make Caramelized Chocolate. For this reason, the caramelized chocolate needs to be made in advance.

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Seahorse Beach Cake

Seahorse Beach Cake

Who can resist a playful Seahorse Beach cake  for a celebration of love at the shore? And the ocean colors of coral and seagreen make this cake ‘break wave’ for the occasion.

After all, seahorses mate for life!

What makes this cake special in design? A splash of seaside colors on the buttercream. And the lower part of the cake has crumbs from shortbread cookies so as to resemble sand. Together with the above, the fondant seashells adds the final touch of ocean nostalgia

Most of all, the seahorses in the eel grass makes this cake worthy of standing alone. The cake is perfect for an intimate wedding or anniversary. It’s also an excellent choice for a top tier or a beach-themed wedding cake.

In addition, together with the How to Make Trendy Cakes video tutorial, it will be a piece of cake.

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 Seahorse Beach Cake

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How to Make Caramelized Chocolate

How to Make Caramelized Chocolate

Have you baked with caramelized chocolate? If not, then hold on to the baking mitts and turn on the oven because adding this tidbit to your cookbook will be the best thing ever!

It’s a win-win!

Roasting chocolate in the oven creates a strong nutty fragrance and produces something slightly less sweet with an assertive caramel flavor.

And in this blog post, I’m going to show you how to make caramelized chocolate.

It so easy to do. You’ll love it!

How to Make Caramelized Chocolate

Let’s get started roasting the chocolate. Using an 8″ baking pan stir in 9-ounces of white chocolate and 1/8 teaspoon of salt. Bake @ 250°F (130°C).

According to your oven, the chocolate needs to be stirred every 10 to 15 minutes until the chocolate becomes a peanut butter color (approximately 1 hr/30 min).

Watching the YouTube video will give the end-results of the color and the texture of the caramelized chocolate.

In addition, the caramelized chocolate needs to rest overnight. The next morning, break into pieces, and store in an airtight container. The chocolate will stay fresh for up to 4 months.

So, don’t forget to make extra for all the baking goodies and don’t miss out on the ganache recipe. It’s coming soon!

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Intimate Wedding Anniversary Cake

Intimate Wedding Anniversary Cake

An intimate wedding anniversary cake. It’s perfect for a small wedding or to celebrate a milestone anniversary with friends. 

The design of this wedding anniversary cake can be changed and the heart (with or without) the bridal couple in the center and with this in mind, the doves are the main focal part of the design.

Anyhow, attach the doves to the heart with royal icing and allow the decoration to air dry on a cake dummy before placing onto the buttercream cake.

On the back of the heart, a dab of buttercream will adhere the design to a chilled cake.

Finally, long black hat pins for the eyes, adheres the doves onto the heart design. Last but not least, don’t forget to remove the pins before serving the cake.

Be sure to stop and watch the wedding anniversary video. You will be delightfully amazed on how easy the decorations are to make!

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Intimate Wedding Anniversary Cake

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How to Make Square Cupcakes

How to Make Square Cupcakes

Ever wonder how to make square cupcakes and where do you purchase square cupcake liners? I did. Over and over again, the internet yielded no answers to my inquiries.

For all my effort, it was a waste of time.

Since you buzzed the hive, life has gotten easier. It’s a simple answer to a perplexing question. And as a result, ya gotta love me!

To give the design ‘pizzazz’, square cupcakes can be glazed (above photo), icing dripped or decorated with squares of chocolate (below is Lindt White Coconut) or add fondant toppers.

The elegance of square cupcakes beats the drum with style & grace.

Lest don’t forget, all the Minecraft or Sponge Bob parties that need squares to compliment the celebration theme. By the way, It’s hip to be square.

There is one more thing I need to mention: cupcake liners with foil inside the paper are easier to shape into squares.

In conclusion to the blog post, here’s a quick YouTube video.

How to Make Square Cupcakes YouTube

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