Any suggestions for my dads 50th birthday cake?!
Question: I have been put in charge of making the cake for my dads 50th, its not until April, but I wanted to have a few ideas up my sleeve. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
Answers: I have been put in charge of making the cake for my dads 50th, its not until April, but I wanted to have a few ideas up my sleeve. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
any theme to the party?
then I'd suggest to get a photo cake made- find his best or funniest picture and take it to the grocery store and they can copy it onto a cake for you!
My 50th is coming up in May.
For plain cake: I am partial to white cake with lightly cocoa-flavored buttercream frosting. Everyone thinks I like carrot cake, and it's OK, but it's not my favorite.
Ice-cream cake (from BaskinRobbins, Carvel, Ben&Jerry's, etc.) is what I really want, though.
Too bad I don't have any kids to throw a party, like your dad does.
go get a great family picture done and get a cake place that transfers pictures to icing or something he loves
Certainly Sir! Right get a baking tin and I suggest one in the shape of a ring, quite deep. Butter it well. Chop up half a peeled fresh pineapple, peel and chop four big apples...chop quite small now. Now with a sharp knife peel and chop up a juicy orange, not easy but make a mess! Do the same with a lemon. Bag of sultanas: soak in wine or cider over night. Now mix that lot up. You will also have bought some shelled nuts, almonds, walnuts and hazelnuts are good, avoid Pecan. You should have equal volumes of fruit and the nuts. Mix. Now to make a sticky cake mix in ground almonds and about four eggs and mix it well get those hands in and into the cake mould. You might have too much OK enough for a second cask. Bake in a medium hot oven for half an hour, leave it in
for the hour but with the heat turned off. Out it comes, what a beauty. Now we gently heat three or four slabs of dark cooking chocolate, broken up, into a saucepan. You could put your smallest pan into a larger pan of boiling water.
Spoon the chocolate all over, down inside the ring, and smooth with a knife dipping in and out of hot water. Let it set
then turn upside down and repeat the chocolate coating.
This sugar-free, flour free, Russian speciality should be served in thin slices with chilled fruit flavored vodkas.
well dont write 50 on it dont make him feel bad ! get a football or a sport he likes