Ever wondered how they make those amazing, and very realisitic, flowers out of sugar? We can solve the mystery for you. We teach children and adults to make dozens of different flowers from sweet peas, hydrangea, roses, peonies, gerber daisies, lilies and pansies to sunflowers and tropical orchids. We’d love to show you how easy it is. Contact us for details.
Would you like to learn how to work with gum paste, mexican paste, pastillage, modeling chocolate, gelatin, wafer/rice paper … just to name a few edible sugar mediums? We are here to help! We have classes for adults, young adults and children. We even have classes for professionals looking to upgrade their skills in the bakery.
Whatever your personal artistic style, we will show you how to work with the various sugar mediums to create your own personal (edible) statement. Contact us for more details. We love teaching!
Would you like to bake and decorate your own wedding cake? How about a wedding cake for a friend or relative? Perhaps you want to start your own cake business. We offer baking and cake decorating classes for beginner, intermediate and advanced students. We also offer sugar art lessons so that you learn how to make your own very realistic sugar flowers, such as the flowers this student put on her wedding cake. Contact us to talk about your baking and cake decorating dreams.
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.
This lovely sugar art sculpture may be used as a cake topper or may simply accompany a sweet table.
The edible lace on the bottom tier of the wedding cake was created to match the lace in the bride’s wedding gown. The Ranunculus flowers were made out of an edible sugar medium called gumpaste and matched the flowers in the bride’s bouquet.
Speaking of spring, it’s almost wedding season. And you know what that means; wedding planning time! Flowers, dresses, music and of course… cake! Take a look at this beautiful wedding cake.