Here Is The Gorgeous Rose Cake That Is Spreading Like Wildfire On Social Media.

If you’re anything like me, you get a quite bored of baking the same kind of birthday cake over and over again, year after year. Also, while my cakes tend to taste rather okay if I dare say so myself, Ill be the first to admit they’re not necessarily the prettiest… That’s why when I came across this recipe for this breathtaking rose shaped cake, I was completely blown away. It may appear difficult to put together such a incredible creation, but with the help of instructions from baking queen Vanessa, I think even I might be able to manage it. As far as I can tell, the cake is not only beautiful – it looks absolutely delicious, too.


Vanessa prepares the cake bases and raspberry cream.

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She splits the cakes in half so that she gets four parts. She stacks them on top of each other, with raspberry cream in between. H3>

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She then cuts the cake edges with a bread knife… h3>

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… Until it takes a round shape.

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Instead of using marzipan or sugar paste for the cover, Vanessa used ‘chocolate mud’ – or modelling chocolate as it is also called. It tastes much better than sugar paste! H3>

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Now the fun begins. She gently bends the chocolate mud into small petals as she slowly begins to adorn the cake, starting from the top.

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Now the peak is done!

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To cover the rest of the cake, much larger parts of chocolate mud are needed.

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Then, she adds small green “leaves” to the bottom.

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Here is the final result! Could it be more irresistible?

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