Bake It in a Cake

Dedicated to cake and cupcakes and all the delicious things you can bake inside of them.

 

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It’s time for a Bake It in a Cake GIVEAWAY! One lucky winner will get this cute Halloween baking pack, including a signed copy of my cookbook. Find out how to enter on the Bake It in a Cake facebook page!

Trying to decide what kind of cupcake I should bake these into… 

taylorswift is on Tumblr. Do you think she wants to bake cupcakes with me? I make good cupcakes, Taylor. Sometimes they look like poo emojis, sometimes they have broken hearts, and sometimes they have mini pumpkin pies baked inside.

YOU GUYS. I MADE A SHARKNADO CAKE. Regrettably, I did not cut it with a chainsaw.

I made a poo emoji cupcake! Because that’s what happens when you use a round pastry tip with chocolate frosting. It looks like poo.

Good news! Amazon.com finally has some copies of my cookbook back in stock! Go buy one and shove in an Easter basket! It shows you how to make those Cadbury Creme Egg-stuffed cupcakes!

Happy National Pancake Day! I’m going to celebrate by baking some pancakes into a cake. Here’s the recipe!

Hey, look! I finally joined Instagram! Follow me if you like pictures of cupcakes, dessert, and the occasional picture of the puppies I meet on the street. 

Whether you’re head over heels in love this Valentine’s Day, or nursing a broken heart, there’s a cupcake for you! Here’s how to make both the heart-filled and the broken heart cupcakes.

The Depressed Cake Shop is coming to Nashville! 

Unlike other bake sales, the Depressed Cake Shop is a one-day pop-up shop that sells only gray treats as a way to bring attention to and fight stigmas against mental health issues. 

The first Depressed Cake Shop was hosted in the UK by Emma Cakehead last August, and over 30 bake sales have happened across the world since, raising over $25,000.

Nashville’s Depressed Cake Shop is Saturday, March 15, at the Stone Fox (they serve great brunch, too!), and admission is totally FREE. All proceeds will benefit Centerstone in Nashville. You can learn more about their work at centerstone.org.

You learn more about the Depressed Cake Shop at depressedcakeshop.com.

This event is open to all, so invite your friends! And here’s the Facebook event page, if you’d like to share/RSVP. 

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