Merry new Nov/Dec 2022 issue
Friday, November 4
There's no rest for the wicked cake makers and home bakers out there as we catapult into a brand new season.
We've made sure to cover all elements of winter, not just the traditional bakes and festive centrepieces you see all the time. So you best be ready to get creative in the kitchen!
Break the ice with an eye-catching macaron tower in the shape of a Christmas tree. Unconventionally, this tree uses aqua and pastel turquoise macarons decorated with white bows, very Tiffany-esque. For something more playful, cosy up to some cute wintery characters. Choose from a modelled penguin topper or some spectacular Nutcracker-themed cupcakes.
Deck your table with a stunning violet arrangement of sugar flowers or say season's greetings with a bright red showstopper adorned with seasonal sugar blooms. For something more inspired, a selection of hand-decorated temari balls would really enhance a winter tablescape.
If you're looking to eat, drink and be merry, multi-award-winning cake artist Mich Turner's adorable teddy bear fruit cake recipe is simple and can be adapted to suit any and every special occasion.
Alternatively, if you're snowed under, the peanut butter chocolate fondants recipe only takes 10 minutes to make from scratch. A perfect date night dessert or get-together go-to for those in a bind.
Not prepared for the cold snap? The stencilled sideways cake by Sarah Hunter is a great option for making a statement, with simple but effective decorations. And to beat the holiday blues, the two-tiered marble design with chocolate decorations will be right up your street. A fabulously fancy option for ringing in the New Year!
In any case, bundle up beside the fire and enjoy a cup of hot cocoa over the pages of this issue. We hope you feel inspired by all these fabulous creations that you bake your way through the cold.
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