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Love these watermelon themed desserts!  .There is something so sweet about our pink WATERMELON CUPCAKES, filled with dark chocolate chips that look just like watermelon seeds!  Perfect for fruity themed parties http://bargainmums.com.au/watermelon-cupcakes

Love these watermelon themed desserts! .There is something so sweet about our pink WATERMELON CUPCAKES, filled with dark chocolate chips that look just like watermelon seeds! Perfect for fruity themed parties http://bargainmums.com.au/watermelon-cupcakes

Looking for a Marshmallow Fondant Recipe - Here is Three Different Sized Batches of an Easy Fondant Recipe-Full Batch, 1:2 Batch and 1:4 Batch via www.thebearfootbaker.com

Looking for a Marshmallow Fondant Recipe - Here is Three Different Sized Batches of an Easy Fondant Recipe-Full Batch, 1:2 Batch and 1:4 Batch via www.thebearfootbaker.com

This Winter inspired Birch Tree Cake is a total show stopper and a cinch to make! Check out our step x step photo tutorial.

This Winter inspired Birch Tree Cake is a total show stopper and a cinch to make! Check out our step x step photo tutorial.

The original variant of kransekage (marzipan ring-cake) used at weddings is called overflødighedshorn (horn of abundance) and is shaped like a cornucopia and filled with chocolates, cookies, and other small treats. Sometimes a bottle of wine or akvavit is placed in the center, and the cake is decorated with ornaments such as crackers and flags.

The original variant of kransekage (marzipan ring-cake) used at weddings is called overflødighedshorn (horn of abundance) and is shaped like a cornucopia and filled with chocolates, cookies, and other small treats. Sometimes a bottle of wine or akvavit is placed in the center, and the cake is decorated with ornaments such as crackers and flags.

You will need a 23cm (9in) cake tin with a removable base, or a rectangular cake tin. First, make the pastry. Place the flour, the butter and the sugar in a food processor and whizz briefly. Add half the beaten egg and continue to whizz. You might need to add a little more egg - but not too much, as the mixture should be just moist enough to come together. If you're making the pastry by hand, rub the butter into the flour and sugar until it resembles breadcrumbs, then using your hands, add…

You will need a 23cm (9in) cake tin with a removable base, or a rectangular cake tin. First, make the pastry. Place the flour, the butter and the sugar in a food processor and whizz briefly. Add half the beaten egg and continue to whizz. You might need to add a little more egg - but not too much, as the mixture should be just moist enough to come together. If you're making the pastry by hand, rub the butter into the flour and sugar until it resembles breadcrumbs, then using your hands, add…

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