Baskin Robbins has just released a new ice-cream cake, The Amazing Spiderman 2 Cake. It is easily the freshest and most detailed cake I have seen so far. I like lighted eyes. You add something unique to the cake. Under the bright and bright colors, the carefully drawn spider web pattern and the super cool mask to illuminate the cake... Baskin Robbins has "the palm" (wordplay).
We bought the same cake from Baskin Robbins for every birthday and special occasion in our house. We love white cake with chocolates and cream... the combination is simply delicious and addictive. I would say that the pitch-black glaze on which the spiderman ribbons were pulled had an extra nice feature... it hurts you! But do not worry, if you drink a little water, everything is red.
Enjoy the taste of the month Baskin-Robbins, Makin 'Cookies! The taste is reminiscent of Mama's secret cookie recipe, which consists of ice cream with brown sugar flavor, filled with chocolate biscuits, pieces of chocolate and a delicious cookie dough.
Speaking of time and then I tried to help him blow out the candle, and he got angry because he wanted to do it alone. Yes, things do not always go according to plan. But one thing that worked very well this year was the cake and some people asked for the recipe, so I was thinking about sharing it here.
First of all, thank you very much to my friend Ali, who gave me the idea. It was fortunate that we had updated it a few weeks ago and talked about it! I love baking and I love the cake, but I wanted something different this year, so when Ali mentioned this idea, I really wanted to try it!
I also notice that children often leave half of the pie and it seems to be a loss of ingredients and money. I use the word "recipe" loosely, because I'm not sure if you can call that recipe.
To find out what type of cake your little Will (i.e., rabbits, superheroes, trucks, etc.) will begin. Ben wanted Spiderman, so I contacted Baking Tin, who did business in Claremont and Ottery, and they told me they could print a matching picture on a sheet of edible sugar.
In R70 for an A4 topper, where you can print every photo (including pictures of the child's birthday), it's a big winner. It will stay for a while, so you can pick it up a few days earlier and keep it safe until you need it. The day before the party, take two cups of vanilla ice cream (I used Gino Ginelli with vanilla pods) and let it soften a little.
Pour the ice cream into a bowl and then add crushed Smarties or other pieces (which I did), or pieces of chopped pralines (Bar One or Crunchies might work). Mix until it is right. Cover a circular cake shape (the type of spring tray) with grease-proof paper on the floor.
Beat the somewhat soft ice cream mixture with a spoon, straighten the lid and place it in the freezer for about 2 hours. Meanwhile, beat a little whipped cream until they are thick. As soon as the ice is in a solid state, remove the cake from the freezer, leave it in the can, but cover it with some whipped cream later (save the rest for later).
If necessary, cut the quilt (so that it fits the top of the cake), then remove the plastic layer and smooth the top of the creme layer, making sure there are no air bubbles on the top. Place the ice cream cake in the freezer for about 3 hours.
Smooth the cream on the sides to make it look nice and even. Decorate as you want; I used some stars and a silver number five from the baking tin, plus some blue / red Smarties / Astros. I also sprinkled edible spark over it, why not?