Thursday, July 19, 2007

Final Step--Cake

Good Morning to all who visit. This is the last step of our cake, and I am so happy you have followed me along on this fun cake making adventure. A few years ago, my husband wanted me to make a special cake for my daughter, and I did not how or where to start, so my husband bought me a cake decorating kit at Michael's, and in the box this frosting spreader came with it. I frost all my cakes with it now, it makes for a nice smooth look. I am sure you can pick one of these up at any store for a few dollars--if not use a butter knife. :0)
Don't worry if some of the cake stayed in the pan, or it doesn't look real nice, the frosting hides all mistakes. Start by putting a good amount of frosting on the first cake (do you notice it is the backside of the cake, I did not turn it over) and frost it all around the middle, don't worry about the sides--the sides are done last. Yummy-->
Then take the second cake and flip it over onto the first cake-->
Start frosting the top and then work it all along the sides, until it is all covered up.
Great job!! It is all covered up and looks great--->
Take a lemon and cut it in rounds and then cut the rounds in half--try and cut the lemon thin------> (remove seeds too;)
Line the lemons all around the edge of the cake, you can even put one on the top of the cake--or do what Elizabeth suggested, a sprig of mint on the top--I bet the green looks beautiful
Ta-Da---all done.

We did it. The cake is moist and delicious and the lemon frosting is so refreshing for summer. I am so happy I was able to do this for the Ladies Finishing School, and please if there are any questions don't hesitate to ask. I hope you all have a fantastic Thursday xoxox



Thanks for the step by step recipe for making the cake and frosting it. That sure makes it easier for me to do. connie from Texas

Kelli said...

Thank you for the step by step instructions, Julieann! My mouth is bad you couldn't mail me a piece..hehehe.


Charree said...

Yummy! Yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Elizabeth said...

It's beautiful!


Emma said...

I can't wait to make this cake, Julieanne! Thank you for the wonderful intructions!

PEA said...

I'm so looking forward to making this cake...I was ready to start licking my monitor!! lol xox

Sherry said...

I finally got the layers made today. I'll frost it in the morning & try to post a pic on my blog. The batter tasted wonderful and the cake layers smelled wonderful!

Sherry said...

We did it! The permalink for the post is Adventures in Cake Making. Please stop by to take a look.