That’s amazing! And all for a great cause too!
It’s really cool isn’t it! Great cause too
I really admire these cakes – they look amazing and I imagine they took hours. Well beyond my skills.
I’ve never attempted one, this one was made by my daughter, she’s 11 and mad on baking. The trick, she says, is dividing the batter evenly before you add food colouring for separate layers so you get the same size cake layers. Oh yes, and a steady hand when carrying it to school…
Wow! Puts my lop-sided chocolate birthday cake to shame!
And mine too if I’m honest!
What an awesome cake!!!!! Very talented x x x
She says.. “ahhh thanks!” and so do I It was such a showstopper, it got raffled off so sadly we never got to try it.
Wow, that is one fabulous rainbow smartie cake! Very impressed with your 11 yo’s skills
Thank you! She worked really hard at it. Never too young to start baking in my opinion x
Ohh wow! That looks so good x
Thanks Kim x
wow very colourful cake
Looks fab doesn’t it.
Wow! What an explosion of color! I bet it tasted just as good, too.
Thanks. I hope so, we didn’t get to try it as it was raffled off.
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