Friday, December 31, 2010

New Year's Cake

For a New Year's party I made this three layer cake.  From the bottom, there is vanilla, then chocolate and then white chocolate cake.  It's covered (messily unforunately) in white chocolate ganache.  Certainly delicious! I used biscuits covered in Royal Icing to imitate stars/fireworks shooting out of the cake.  I hope you all have a fabulous New Year! I look forward to following you all into 2011.

Recipes
Vanilla Cake recipe here
Chocolate Cake recipe here
White Chocolate Cake and Icing recipe here
Biscuit recipe here

24 comments:

  1. How cute is that cake. Love the cookies jumping out. Enjoy your party. Happy New Year. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  2. Looks like a lot of fun - I love the star cookies - a really nice touch!

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  3. Happy New Years Brittany! That has to be the most festive cake I have ever seen!! Wishing you the best in the coming year. B:)

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  4. Happy New Year - that cake sounds the perfect way to kick the new year off in style ;0)

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  5. What a clever idea for a cake. It looks like delicious fun. I hope you have had a wonderful holiday and that the coming year brings you a full measure of great things. Blessings...Mary

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  6. What a fun cake to celebrate the new year! I hope 2011 is a good one for you! :)

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  7. Brittany you are amazing, this is just so perfect for the New Year. Happy New Year, à bientôt. Diane

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  8. Happy New Year to you my friend! Love the cake. x

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  9. That's a fun looking cake.
    Happy New Year to you!

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  10. That looks so beautiful and perfect for New Year's!

    Happy, healthy new year to you and your family!

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  11. You are just so creative... I adore those wild cookies and the clock in the center! I hope that your 2011 is filled with adventure, new ideas, and creativity!

    Bisous,
    Genie

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  12. Happy New Year ♥
    Moltissimi Auguri
    per uno splendido 2011

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  13. Aww cutee! It looks like the perfect size. Happy New year!

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  14. Happy new year to you!

    Love the biscuit stars leaping out the cake - very effective

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  15. Happy New Year to you too!!! :o)
    What a great idea for a new year's cake. I love the shooting "stars" and the clock :o)

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  16. Awesome idea for a layer cake!
    Happy New years!

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  17. je viens te souhaiter tous mes voeux pour 2011, santé et bonheur et te dire merci pour ton travail sur ton blog en 2010, c'était super !
    @ bientôt
    biz
    val de familyblog

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  18. Brittany...no one could tell that you were looking forward to making this festive cake. LOL

    Just too cute!!!

    Ciao,
    Claudia

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  19. Mmm white chocolate ganache sounds amazing and I like the varying layers. Happy New Year!

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  20. For New Years, «Louis» made this cake, but molded a bavarian creme and used that between the layers.

    At age 58, «Louis» sold everything he owned and moved to Paris to go to baking school, so he was interested in your story about wanting to live in France.

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  21. By the way, «Louis» is adding a link to your blog in the lower right sidebar of his blog.

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