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Cakeology Expands

Monday, 19 October 2015 21:24:49 Europe/London

We have just completed a major expansion of our Cakeology shop, almost doubling the size to bring you an even wider range of Cake Decorating Supplies. We have introduced new lines, Claire Bowman Lace, PME Airbrush and Colours, Wedding Favours, Coloured Cake Boards to name a few. It is now possible to buy Renshaw Regal Icing in 2.5kg packs. Our range of edible toppers, baking ingredients and pans have all been expanded. 

The additional space has allowed us to layout the shop to make it easier for you to find things you are looking for, particularly with moulds, cutters and tappits, and toppers.

Checkout out the expanded range on line, or visit us at 582 Kingston Road. SW20 0HT.

Remember there is free parking for 20 minutes directly outside our shop. Simply press the green button on the meter to get your pay and display ticket.

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Rice Krispie Treats

Monday, 22 June 2015 08:24:17 Europe/London

So we have a castle cake to make this week, so the turrets need Rice Krispie Treats for the structure, so i thought i'd share a 'how to' and the recipe because its so easy to make and it saves buying hundereds of little packets of them. 

Ingredients:

45g Butter

300g mini marshmallows (any marshmallows will work we just find the mini ones work better)

180g rice krispie

tbls vegetable oil (for oiling the spoon - DO NOT PUT IN THE MIXTURE)

 

place butter and mini marshmallows in a large bowl and microwave for 1 1/2 - 2mins or until completely melted (use a large bowl than you think as the marshmallows expand when melted)

Measure out your rice kispies and add to the melted marshmallows.

Line a cake tin/baking tray with greaseproof/baking paper.

Dip a metal spoon into the oil and shake off excess. Smooth out in the pan and compress as much as possible. 

Wrap in cling film and leave in the fridge to set for at least an hour.

 

This recipe does an 8" square tin at 1" high approx.

(In the pictures i've tripled the recipe with a 12" tin)

 

 

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Holy Communion

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 14:16:19 Europe/London

1st Holy Communion season is well under way in the Merton/Wimbledon/Raynes Park area. 

We've got all the cutters and tools you need to make your own 1st Holy communion and Christening cakes from cross cutters to bible cake pans. 

Click here to see our selection

For all abilities, novice to expert.

 

 

Or if you haven't got time to make your own cake, then why not get us to make it. We make everything from toppers to cakes. 

Click here to see our full range

 

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New Sugar Peonies!

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 13:43:12 Europe/London

Check out our new sugar peonies that we have in stock which are an excellent last minute addition to a simple birthday or anniversary cake. It's also a great way to jazz up a wedding cake if you're not a very confident sugar florist. We have a range of sizes and colours and peony sprays are also available.

click here to see the new range

 

Peony Spray Cerise Large

 

And for those of you who are a little more confident with your skills we have all the cutters and florist paste you need if you wanted to give it a go yourself!

 

We'd love to see some of your efforts so send us your pictures and it may end up on our blog!

 

 

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Discounted courses

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 12:59:14 Europe/London

So we've got some exciting and some sad news. Cakeology is now bursting at the seams, so we've had to make a tough decision that we will (as of the end of August) no longer be able to teach classes/courses/kids parties! We have to make the shop larger and kitchen larger, so our course room is getting converted. Sadly this means we will have to cancel the kids classes at Halloween and Christmas. 

So some good news for those of you wanting to get some last minute practice in with us as we are offering a 15% discount on all of our courses. These will run even if there is only one person booked on the course so get booking before all of the spaces go!

click here to see available courses

 

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Baby Bump Cakes

Monday, 8 September 2014 21:18:13 Europe/London

Have you checked out our "Baby Bump Cakes"?  Great for baby showers, or just to announce to the world that your precious delivery will be pink or blue.

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Posted By Laura George

Wedding Cake Ideas

Friday, 22 August 2014 15:00:42 Europe/London

Wedding Cake Ideas

Wedding planning can be both exciting and stressful. You want the best but you have a budget. We understand and to make the process a little easier, we’ve put together a list of popular and creative wedding cake ideas.

 

The Traditional Cake

 The Traditional wedding Cake

 

The 3-tier rounded white wedding cake! Fits all weddings especially ones going for a more traditional feel. This particular vanilla cake will feed around 60 people.

http://www.cakeology.net/weddings-cakes/simplistic/round-with-love

 

 

The Fancy Traditional Cake

 The Fancy Traditional Wedding Cake

This more elaborate design has more colour and colour schemes are a big consideration when planning your big day. However this has more of a wow factor; with beautifully hand crafted edible roses. Hovering around the £600 mark, this cake will feed in excess of 100 people.

http://www.cakeology.net/weddings-cakes/bespoke/red-rose-spray-cake

 

 

The Vintage Cake

 The Vintage Wedding Cake

A very popular choice as 50’s vintage fashion continues to grow & suits more alternative styles for weddings. This cake is still just as beautifully designed as all the others and is topped off with polka dot strips and a classy handmade, edible rose. For a standard vanilla cake, this will feed around 120+, not bad for around the £500 mark.    

http://www.cakeology.net/weddings-cakes/bespoke/1950s-polka-dot-cake

 

 

The Bespoke Cake(s)

The bespoke cake is where all the fun happens! All cakes are bespoke to a degree, but some are more creative than others. For example we have the Alice in Wonderland extravaganza! Eye catching is an understatement.

http://www.cakeology.net/weddings-cakes/bespoke/alice-and-wonderland-wedding-cake

 

 Alice in Wonderland Bespoke Wedding Cake

 

 

 We also have the ‘taste the rainbow’ cake, another eye catching piece which is perfect for the right couple. Hexagon cakes are becoming more and more popular and definitely add a contemporary feel.

http://www.cakeology.net/weddings-cakes/bespoke/taste-the-rainbow-cake

 

Taste the rainbow wedding cake

 

 

 

Bespoke cakes do tend to lean more on the expensive side, relative to more traditional cakes. Cakes really can define the style, theme, and mood of the day. That is why we offer so many diverse cakes at Cakeology, so you can get the cake perfect for your special day.

 

Browse our range, give us a call or drop us a comment for more information, we’d love to help you on your quest to find the perfect wedding cake :)

 

Posted in Wedding By Laura George

Decorating Classes for Children

Tuesday, 5 August 2014 17:36:02 Europe/London

Find out about our Kids' Classes and the new range of baking kits for the school holidays.

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Posted By Laura George

Raspberry and Almond Sponge Recipe

Thursday, 24 July 2014 14:01:06 Europe/London

Try this new recipe for Raspberry and Almond Sponge. Thanks to Sainsburys.

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Posted in Recipes By Laura George

How To Lace a Cake - Modecor Sweet Lace

Wednesday, 16 July 2014 19:40:55 Europe/London

This post gives step by step instructions on how to lace a cake using Sweet Lace products.

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Posted in New Products By Laura George

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