The best part about making cake is that it’s actually quite easy to do.
I’ll give you a quick rundown of all the steps involved.
Step 1: You’ll need an oven and some pans.
It’s not a big deal if you don’t have a microwave, or don’t know how to cook food in the microwave, but you’ll want to get at least a microwave oven, so you can have it working at maximum efficiency.
You’ll also need some equipment, including:A baking sheet that’s sturdy enough to hold a large cake pieceYou’ll need some parchment paper and a baking tray, as well as some piping bags.
Step 2: The cake has to be baked.
It’ll take a lot of time to get a cake ready, but it’s worth it if it’s a birthday cake.
I’ve heard of people saying they’re only willing to bake a cake every two weeks or so, and this is a good reason to be patient.
If you’re looking to have a cake for your anniversary, you can go for a smaller size and use the time to make other plans.
Step 3: You can make a variety of different cakes.
I think I prefer a chocolate cake, which I’ve made a few times already.
For a more traditional look, you might like to try a red velvet cake or a chocolate frosting cake.
Step 4: Bake the cake at 325°F for an hour or so.
Then you’ll need to transfer it to the baking sheet, and let it sit for at least an hour, or until it’s slightly tacky.
Step 5: Once the cake is cooled, it’s time to assemble it.
You can put your cake pieces on a baking sheet or in a ziploc bag, or use a cake cutter and slice it in half to make a smaller cake.
You can also use a fork to slice a slice, and then carefully scoop out the excess cake into the freezer bag.
Step 6: Make the frosting.
You’ll want a dark chocolate cake (or other dark chocolate), a chocolate chip cookie, or a light chocolate cake.
The cookie is optional, but I like it to add some extra flavor.
Step 7: Add the cake to the freezer, and freeze for up to an hour.
Then, if you’re going to be baking more than a single cake, you’ll also want to make sure it’s completely solid, otherwise it will melt.
Step 8: Once your cake is solid, you’re ready to decorate.
I like to make my own custom cake decorating supplies, so I’ve created a guide that will walk you through each step of decorating your cake.
In the future, I’ll add more tips and tricks to this list.
If you have any questions about cake decor, feel free to comment below or message me on Twitter.