This particular Big Apple cake measured 18 inches in height. We will make you this cake in a variety of flavors (and sizes) and even make the apple green, if you prefer!
This cake was created for a very talented person in the music industry. Her amazing story is a very long one and so we decided to communicate all the fine details on edible sheet music that you see falling from a replica of her favorite music stand.
All of the instruments are chocolate replicas of her very own favorites.
As she is a child of the 60s, we chose Gerber daisies to adorn the sculpture. The flowers are sugar. The floating musical notes are also sugar.
Tennessee Wedding Cake
Art for a bride from Tennessee and a groom from Costa Rica!
Comical edible sugar art eggs top this birthday cake.
Movie, TV and Wrestling characters come to life in cake and chocolate. (The cake is hiding inside the computer!)
Let us help you with your party theme. All of our cakes, sugar and chocolate art is customized to suite your occasion.
This chocolate laptop is full size and may either sit on the top of a cake, beside a cake or may serve as a centerpiece for a dessert buffet or sweet table. The images on the screen are sugar and entirely edible. The picture on the screen may be your corporate logo (as shown) or may be a photograph of a person or any image you wish.
All of our art is one-of-a-kind and customized to fit the theme of your event. From two-person dinner parties to weddings let us create something special for you.
We combined alternating layers of French chocolate biscuit (pronounced: bis kwee), with Tahitian vanilla biscuit and layered those with strawberry cream. The cake is finished with Tahitian vanilla cream cheese frosting. The musical notes are chocolate, the lilies and lily pads are gum paste (sugar) and the cake board and cake topper are fondant, in other words: everything is edible! This cake is available in the flavor combination of your choice.
Want to celebrate springtime in Paris but can’t quite make the trip at this point? Have a Springtime In Paris party! This edible (sugar) Tour de Eiffel (Eiffel Tower) can either be used as a cake topper (12 inches tall) or may stand in the center of your dessert table (24 – 36 inches tall) surrounded by delicious French treats, such as Macaron. Let us help you with the sweet side of your celebration.
Does life imitate art? Well this sugar art certainly imitates our grad’s life! As a graduate of a theater arts program we decided to make him the comedy and tragedy masks so familiar to actors.
And this grad is especially interested in music:
Some of our graduates simply want something pretty:
Let us know how we can make your graduation cake and art special.
This four tier tree stump cake feeds 40 people. We make it in your choice of flavor however, this one has layers of strawberry (red), Tahitian vanilla (white) and blueberry (blue) cake and is filled with strawberry cream cheese. It was wrapped in cooked Italian meringue vanilla buttercream frosting and then decorated with vanilla fondant.
The bald eagle is fondant and the nest is made from coconut.
Well, some of them are still playing hockey in the month of May! This particular player has taken to his chocolate boat for a little R & R.
The hockey player is made out of gumpaste and fondant (both are edible) and the boat is made entirely from chocolate (YUM).
This is actually Tower Bridge (London, England) replicated in chocolate! It stands 20″ tall and may be used as a cake topper or may simply accompany cupcakes and/or a sweet table.
This lovely sugar art sculpture may be used as a cake topper or may simply accompany a sweet table.
Cake truffles are a lovely finish to a luncheon or bridal shower. These tasty confections are dipped in Belgian chocolate and come in a wide variety of flavors, colors and finishes. We will match your color scheme and theme in order to complement your special occasion.
Eat The Art will customize your cake and sugar art to fit your theme and/or cruise destination. This nautical themed cake sits atop a hand painted fondant cake board. The gold anchor may be kept as a momento or eaten.
Allow us to create a special occasion cake for you … it will be one of a kind!
As an alternative to traditional buttercream, we covered this New Year’s Eve party cake with yummy whipped cream!
In Music City we get a lot of requests for music themed cakes. This vintage record player was made for Mac Gayden, who was just inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Congratulations, Mac!
The French Petit Four is truly a work of art. This particular Petit Four starts with an almond-shortbread cookie base, is rimmed with dark Belgian couverture chocolate and then rolled in toasted almonds. We top it off with a swirl of Kirsch and cherry chocolate truffle and finish it off with a decorative chocolate wave. Our Petit Fours are perfect for a small dinner party.
This eight-point stag’s head was created for a groom in lieu of a traditional groom’s cake. Sid the deer is made mostly from chocolate. The sculpture may be eaten or saved as a keepsake for many years.
This is the perfect sugar art sculpture for a bachelorette party or bridal shower. The cake is decorated to look like a lovely present. All of the art is edible, but who would want to eat it? Enjoy the cake and save the art. This cake did, however, raise a few eyebrows when it was delivered to a local restaurant!!
The Tennessee Trio won a bronze medal in the 2013 ICES (International Cake Exploration Societe´) Live Cake Challenge held in Lexington, KY on August 10th. The Trio consisted of Heather Longpre´, Debra Bittle and Cindy Zoesch.
The theme of the cake was All Around Kentucky and featured a Kentucky Derby race track, complete with horse and jockey. The infield sported a Corvette with the iconic rose blanket draped over the back of the car. The base of the stacked art featured Abe Lincoln’s hat on top of which was placed a basketball and basketball player, topped with a KFC bucket, roses and crowned with a Kentucky Bourbon sugar bottle.
The teams thanks its many sponsors, including: Make Your Own Molds; Guildcraft, Simi Cakes and PhotoFrost. A special thank you to KFC for giving the team permission to use their logo and name.