Dessert Cakes??

Decorating By naiyyar Updated 12 Sep 2012 , 5:40am by scp1127

naiyyar Posted 11 Sep 2012 , 6:28am
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I have read the term Dessert Cakes in quite a few places on the net. I would like to know what type of cakes are classifed as Dessert Cakes.

Thanx a ton.

4 replies
leah_s Posted 11 Sep 2012 , 6:46am
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not wedding cakes and not super fancy decorated party cakes. Just the cake you'd serve at home or at a restaurant by the slice.

NykiCakes Posted 11 Sep 2012 , 6:53am
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Rich, delicious, layered cakes, dressed up only with swirly frosting, usually filled and drizzled with yummy ganache or sauce. Strawberry Shortcakes, Ultimate Chocolate Cakes, Butter Cakes. No fondant, just sweetness.

Now I'm hungry.

naiyyar Posted 11 Sep 2012 , 7:15am
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Thank you for ur prompt replies. So cakes like pumkin, carrot penaut butter and the likes can be called as Dessert cakes?

Thank you

scp1127 Posted 12 Sep 2012 , 5:40am
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My business is based on all sorts of desserts. I have many cakes that I term, "homestyle", because they are simpler in design than a celebration cake. The emphasis is on taste with a nice look, but nothing fancy. Anyone with a little imagination and a piping bag can do them.

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