Cakes made without eggs can still be just as tasty and indulgent as eggs made with cakes. Many people seek to eat a diet without eggs. This includes vegans who exclude all animal byproducts from their diet, people with allergies or intolerance to eggs, and people who opt to avoid eggs for health reasons.
I have a lovely owl cake decorating party to share with you today. Tamara found my website and saw the Owl Cake Decorating Party we organised for June’s Birthday in Bentleigh. She thought the owl cakes were really cute. After handing out the invitations, Tamara found that two of her guests were not able to eat cakes containing gluten.
Special dietary requests – Gluten free
Selecting the design
I let Tamara select some of the colours we would use to decorate the owl cakes with. She selected dark pink owls on pink cakes. Tamara also wanted to add their names to the front of their cakes using blue fondant. On the top the girls made branches and leaves. They then added various flowers to their cakes.
Cake Flavour and catering for guests with allergies
Making the penguin cakes
Tia’s severe nut and egg allergy and a Non-allergic food hypersensitivity to dairy had always prevented her from eating cake at special events. But she was determined not to miss out this time. Elegant Cakes and Party Dates was able to create a lovely Chocolate Engagement Cake that didn’t contain eggs, butter or milk, but was still rich and moist with a tender crumb. My aim was not just to have a beautiful looking cake, but also a cake that tasted lovely for the people at the party that didn’t have any allergies. It was wonderful to make this cake, because you know that the extra care and attention you have given is really appreciated. An Engagement Party is such a special event and not something you are going to forget in a hurry. The engagement party was held at Casa D’Abruzzo Club Epping
The roses were to be made of fondant, and the chocolate ganache I usually use was replaced with a Chocolate soy butter cream.
Indiana’s 7th Birthday
Number of guests that attended: 10
Making the Hula Doll Cakes
Making the Volcanos cakes
Catering for allergies
More parties with Volcano cakes
At Stefanie’s 10th Birthday, she organised for her brothers to make volcano cakes, while the girls made Ladybird mini cakes. You can read more about this party here.
I am excited to share with you this bright and colourful Birthday Cake. Designing it was so much fun! The Cake was for Maya’s 7th birthday in Melbourne. Maya decided she would like to have a “Rainbow Disco Party”. This cake for serves 15 people. Here are a couple of picture I took along the way.
Making the rainbow border
The border is simple made by rolling individual balls of fondant and placing them in position around the cake. If you are wondering how to make each one the same size. Roll each colour of fondant with a rolling pin to the same thickness. Then use the end of a piping tube to cut circle shapes. Roll up the circles and each ball will be the same size.
The flowers which are also made from fondant are attached to the cake using the tiniest amount of water. These flowers were then randomly positioned around the cake. The letters for Maya’s name are made using a cutter. Again the fondant is rolled out, then left to dry for a while. This makes it easier to remove the letters from the cutter.
Maya’s Dad came and picked up the cake after work. I received a phone call when he arrived home to say how happy they were with the cake and how I had brightened their day! It is always lovely to hear that a cake you have designed is a big hit!