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Indulge family and friends this Christmas with our spiced sponge and gingerbread showstopper. It's the ultimate cake for the festive season Try sponge instead of fruit cake this Christmas.
Our white chocolate cake is a crowd-pleaser and you can buy the meringue decorations, or bake them yourself. Bake this festive fruit cake in advance of Christmas and feed it regularly with rum, brandy or whisky to build the flavour and keep it moist. A great Christmas bake for kids over the holidays.
You can use a buttercream to ice the cake, but this frosting is much whiter if you want a snowy effect. A mix of trend and tradition, this is one of the easiest Christmas cakes we've ever created, with a virtually all-in-one method that'll save you some stress Get in the seasonal spirit with this stunning snowman cake. It will be a hit with the whole family and kids will love getting involved with the decorating.
Try this lighter version of a classic Christmas fruitcake, bursting with festive spice and juicy fruit.
Classic Contemporary Christmas Cakes
Mix dried fruit, nuts, cranberries and maple syrup on Stir-up Sunday for this crowd-pleasing Christmas cake that improves as it keeps. Add edible shimmer sprinkles, such as Magic Sparkles in white from Lakeland.
Make a 3D effect by sticking on icing stars with a little icing sugar mixed with water. Of course, with a cake like this, sparklers are a must when you bring your cake to the Christmas table.
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Skip the icing altogether by making a feature of your marzipan layer. Use a snowflake cutter to stamp out marzipan stars and glue them to your marzipan later with a little water.
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Take simple icing to the next level with this easy trick. Cover just the top of your cake with a layer of marzipan.
Roll the fondant icing and either cut one very thick round to fit the top of the cake or stick to medium sized rounds of fondant to each other with a little water. Use a star-shaped cutter to stamp out stars.
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Set the layer of fondant neatly on the top of the cake, using water to help hold in place. Fill the star shapes with edible silver balls and smaller star cut-outs of stars from any remaining icing, which will have effect of floating stars. Finish with a ribbon round the edge, secured with icing sugar mixed with water. Keep your Christmas cake simple but sophisticated by glazing a plain Christmas cake with apricot jam and arranging rows of Brazil nuts and pecans in stripes across the top, in between rows of dried cranberries.
Use a pastry brush to glaze the top with apricot jam for a shiny finish. Mix icing sugar with a little water to form a sticky paste then use it to secure a ribbon round the side of the cake and to stick chocolate shapes to the ribbon.
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Sprinkle the top with edible snowball decorations — we got ours from Squires. Crack open a box of Christmas chocolates and arrange them round the base of the cake. Pile as much as you can around the edge of the cake stand, for an abundant effect. Home Food Recipes. Latest Stories. Medical herbalist reveals the three key herbs she uses to support women with the menopause. Weekly horoscope: Monday 16th September — Sunday 22nd September. Is your blood pressure secretly killing you?
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