Croissants, X’Mas Fruit Cake & Pound Cake


Topics Covered:   

  1. Croissants
  2. X’Mas Fruit Cake &
  3. Pound Cake
  • Time/Duration: 1.00 – 5.00 pm; 4 Hours; 1 day session

Preferences usually differ with regard to baking during Christmas. There is one group who like to follow tradition, their Christmas is incomplete without a plum cake. In fact, they continue browsing about plum cake recipes and Christmas cake recipes every year without fail.  And there is another group who are not fans of the usual traditional Christmas cakes and like to experiment.

For all those who fall in the latter group, we bring for you an unconventional list of Christmas cakes with a twist.

Chocolate and orange Christmas cakes: While celebrations are incomplete without chocolate, use of a seasonal fruit(oranges in this case) gives a fresh flavour to the cake. YOU can also add golden raisins. To give a crunchy texture opt for walnuts, hazelnuts, apricots and the like.

While Halloween too is a growing rage all over the world, you can bake this cake for your Halloween day party. Make sure your cake has enough eerie elements to haunt your guests.Browse for Halloween cake recipes and you will have a sea of choices to choose from.

Winter Wonderland cake: Dry fruits rule in any plum cake recipes or Christmas cake recipes, in fact in this winter wonderland cake too you can use a lot of seasonal fruits, cranberries, cherries and the like. So if you want your Christmas cake to be an amalgamation of tradition and contemporary, this cake is the one for you.

If you have a fetish for simple, plain cakes, this is the one for you. You can also bake this for you Halloween gets together, decorate it to suit the occasion and you are good to go.

May it be Christmas cake recipes or Halloween cake recipes, make sure there it reflects your taste and personality. Enroll in a cookery class today!

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