Hedgehog cake.  A celebration cake with a touch of woodland style, this chocolate cake is decorated with edible spikes, buttercream and chocolate details.

Hedgehog cake. A celebration cake with a touch of woodland style, this chocolate cake is decorated with edible spikes, buttercream and chocolate details.

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Wild West Party How To's: Cute Campfire Cupcakes. Cute and scrumptious treats to feed your guests this bonfire night!

Wild West Party How To's: Cute Campfire Cupcakes. Cute and scrumptious treats to feed your guests this bonfire night!

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Chocolate Truffle Cake - a chocolate layer cake recipe with dense, moist chocolate cake, silky chocolate truffle frosting and chocolate flakes | by Olivia Bogacki for TheCakeBlog.com

Chocolate Truffle Cake - a chocolate layer cake recipe with dense, moist chocolate cake, silky chocolate truffle frosting and chocolate flakes | by Olivia Bogacki for TheCakeBlog.com

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Creme Egg Anti-Gravity Brownie Easter Nest! - A truly decadent showstopper for Easter. Fudgy brownie covered in rich chocolate ganache and sitting in a Cadbury Flake nest. With a cracked chocolate egg spilling Creme Egg filling all over! With a photo guide for how I did it!

Creme Egg Anti-Gravity Brownie Easter Nest! - A truly decadent showstopper for Easter. Fudgy brownie covered in rich chocolate ganache and sitting in a Cadbury Flake nest. With a cracked chocolate egg spilling Creme Egg filling all over! With a photo guide for how I did it!

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The 'Flake' chocolate bar was first developed in 1920. An employee of Cadburys noted that when the excess from the molds used to create other chocolate bars was drained off, it fell off in a stream and created folded chocolate with flaking properties. In 1930, Cadbury started producing a smaller version of the standard Flake bar especially for ice cream cones. These were marketed under the name 99 Flake and sold loose in boxes rather than individually wrapped like the traditional Flake.

The 'Flake' chocolate bar was first developed in 1920. An employee of Cadburys noted that when the excess from the molds used to create other chocolate bars was drained off, it fell off in a stream and created folded chocolate with flaking properties. In 1930, Cadbury started producing a smaller version of the standard Flake bar especially for ice cream cones. These were marketed under the name 99 Flake and sold loose in boxes rather than individually wrapped like the traditional Flake.

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#Easter egg nests: these easy chocolate crispy cakes are great for baking with children.
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