Hi. My daughter's first birthday is coming up, and it is a candy themed party. I was thinking of doing the Almond Joy cake for the first tier, but knowing that I do not have fans of coconut, I am trying to think of a candy flavored cake that I can do. Please keep in mind that peanut butter is out, unless I can use a substitue, because my 4-year-old is allergic to peanuts . For Christmas I am making a Peppermint Patty cake, so I am also thinking that that might not work, but I might just do that. Any ideas and recipies would be appreciated. Thanks....
Lorann oils makes a bubble gum flavor.
Really? Did you ever try it? I assume that you would use a WASA cake, but what filling????
I use Lorann oils all the time and they are great.
I havent used the bubblegum as of yet but I have tried the grape, water mellon, banana cream, raspberry, strawberry, mint, peach, buttered rum and cranberry as well as the winter green and peppermint.
My personal favorite is the grape and have use it to flavor fondant, cookies, cake balls and cake.
Let your imagination fly with it and have some fun, your will be suprised at what you could come up with.
I've only used it to make lollipops.
Not sure what heath bars have in them, but I know I had some heath bar cookies that WERE TO DIE FOR!!!! I would make a chocolate cake and add that to the buttercream, or bake the crushed heath bars right into a cake and try it out like chocolate chips...not sure never done it. Good luck finding something! I think this post just inspired some new recipes of my own to try out