You don't have to be a professional chef to bake a beautiful wedding cake for the occasion. With our recipes and a little practice, you can create beautiful, multi-tiered cakes perfect for the occasion, from a wedding to even a special anniversary celebration.
Champagne Cake, a Midwestern specialty that appears at many special celebrations, is deliciously light-tasting, but possesses a delightfully fine and firm crumb. There's no need to break the bank buying expensive champagne - a 7 or 8 dollar bottle of sparking wine is perfect for these cupcakes.
To serve 50 guests, make one 10-inch cake and forty-eight 4-inch cakes. You'll have to make the cake and icing recipes five times and the frosting recipe twice.
Use a fruity white wine to make this easy dessert. It needs no frosting--just a little sugar on top.
Wow your Christmas guests by serving humble cornmeal cakes that are dressed-up with ground almonds, orange peel, and a lavish champagne-syrup.
This rose and vine covered cake is almost too pretty to eat. The three-layer yellow cake has a velvety crumb and buttery taste.
This is a version of a traditional Italian cassata (kah-SAH-tah), an Italian-style layered cake typically served at weddings and other celebrations.
The light and fluffy frosting for this luscious layer cake recipe is a mixture of cream cheese and whipping cream.
This wonderfully moist and generously spiced six-layer cake is a showy spin on humble applesauce cake.