Your Top/most Requested Christmas Flavor

Decorating By aswartzw Updated 19 Dec 2010 , 3:50am by cakesrock

aswartzw Posted 8 Dec 2010 , 6:57pm
post #1 of 21

I'm planning on making some cupcakes this weekend but the gingerbread with lemon filling and cream cheese BC is getting less than stellar responses and I don't want lots of leftovers.

I do what it to be holiday/seasonal though.

Recommendations?

20 replies
fondantgirl Posted 8 Dec 2010 , 7:18pm
post #2 of 21

Egg nog would be good, red velvet is a big request and peppermint cake(white or chocolate)

Kimmers971 Posted 8 Dec 2010 , 7:34pm
post #3 of 21

If it's for family then it's chocolate. Otherwise I get a mixed batch of requests - nothing fancy/special.

aswartzw Posted 8 Dec 2010 , 8:17pm
post #4 of 21

I was really trying to avoid mint, red velvet, and all chocolate and I hate eggnog so that's out. LOL. That's why I was thinking lemon gingerbread. I might still do it since I'm the baker and that's what I want. icon_lol.gif

usmdesigner Posted 8 Dec 2010 , 10:45pm
post #5 of 21

You should change the topic to "Tell me what I want is right/No other ideas will work"

LOL icon_biggrin.gif

aswartzw Posted 8 Dec 2010 , 11:53pm
post #6 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by usmdesigner

You should change the topic to "Tell me what I want is right/No other ideas will work"

LOL icon_biggrin.gif




icon_lol.gif

cakesmart Posted 13 Dec 2010 , 6:39pm
post #7 of 21

Peppermint and red velvet

Mark-Mexicano Posted 13 Dec 2010 , 7:03pm
post #8 of 21

Butterpecan & spice

GGFan Posted 13 Dec 2010 , 7:06pm
post #9 of 21

How about just gingerbread with creamcheese frosting. Leave the lemon out. Something with apple and cinimon sounds good. It reminds me of apple cider.

shanienee Posted 15 Dec 2010 , 2:20am
post #10 of 21

For Christmas, I have 5 requests every year. They are my:

1. Pina Colada cake
2. Rum cake w/ chocolate glaze
3. Better than sex cake (with grand marnier and crushed candy canes)
4. Rum balls
5. Carrot Cake

I make them all, in addition to fruit cake and fruit cake balls. Never have much left over.

SwtCanuck Posted 15 Dec 2010 , 2:30am
post #11 of 21

I just finished making a Rum & Eggnog cake with a rum & eggnog cream cheese filling. It tastes amazing!

indydebi Posted 15 Dec 2010 , 9:09am
post #12 of 21

I'm not sure I "get" this seasonal flavors stuff. icon_confused.gif I like white cake year round. I like chocolate cake year round. I hate carrot cake, gingerbread, and lemon cake any day of the year. I keep reminding folks that its about what the guests will eat and not so much what the baker wants to showcase.

Its no showcase if no one eats it because they dont' like gingerbread (or whatever freaky flavor it is).

neelycharmed Posted 15 Dec 2010 , 9:26am
post #13 of 21

I love gingerbread,gingerbread cookies ( not cake)...
and the butter pecan cake is always popular around Christmas...
BUT the most requested is chocolate, anything chocolate seems to be a given in most orders icon_smile.gif
Have fun in whatever you decide icon_smile.gif
Jodi

mcaulir Posted 15 Dec 2010 , 10:48am
post #14 of 21

Love ginger cake - but isn't a Christmas flavour to me. Fruit cake says Christmas to me all the way!

cakesrock Posted 16 Dec 2010 , 2:16am
post #15 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by shanienee

For Christmas, I have 5 requests every year. They are my:

1. Pina Colada cake
2. Rum cake w/ chocolate glaze
3. Better than sex cake (with grand marnier and crushed candy canes)
4. Rum balls
5. Carrot Cake

I make them all, in addition to fruit cake and fruit cake balls. Never have much left over.




I'm interested in your #3- 'Better than sex cake (with grand marnier and crushed candy canes). Is it in recipes? Are the others in recipes? If not, would you mind shraring #3 and #1? TIA!

cakesrock Posted 16 Dec 2010 , 2:20am
post #16 of 21

I'm a hobby baker and making a cake for a party at work,so I can make the flavours I like.
But what do you think of red velvet with whipped BC colored green? I love the Christmasy look, but dont' appreciate minty stuff...
Too tacky?

Zahrah Posted 18 Dec 2010 , 6:22pm
post #17 of 21

Chocolate spice cake with black walnut buttercream filling. To clarify, that's a spice cake with chocolate chips I whiz through the food processor, not chocolate cake batter with spices.

lecrn Posted 18 Dec 2010 , 6:23pm
post #18 of 21

Spice cake with apple filling, chocolate cake with peppermint filling, pumpkin cake with cream cheese filling

lecrn Posted 18 Dec 2010 , 6:30pm
post #19 of 21

duplicate icon_sad.gif

Corrie76 Posted 18 Dec 2010 , 6:39pm
post #20 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by cakesrock

I'm a hobby baker and making a cake for a party at work,so I can make the flavours I like.
But what do you think of red velvet with whipped BC colored green? I love the Christmasy look, but dont' appreciate minty stuff...
Too tacky?



IMHO,because RV is so intense in the food color department, I would not color the icing green, ( and while it entirely depends on the execution of it all - there is a strong possibility of "tackiness")but by all means you can/should use green accents and decorations to give it that Christmasy vibe!

cakesrock Posted 19 Dec 2010 , 3:50am
post #21 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by MadameRaz

Quote:
Originally Posted by cakesrock

I'm a hobby baker and making a cake for a party at work,so I can make the flavours I like.
But what do you think of red velvet with whipped BC colored green? I love the Christmasy look, but dont' appreciate minty stuff...
Too tacky?


IMHO,because RV is so intense in the food color department, I would not color the icing green, ( and while it entirely depends on the execution of it all - there is a strong possibility of "tackiness")but by all means you can/should use green accents and decorations to give it that Christmasy vibe!




You're right - I decided that and just went for the green filling. I used a white chocolate cream cheese icing with the red velvet.

Quote by @%username% on %date%

%body%