Becoming A Pastry Chef – Part 5

Hey ya’ll!  I just finished going to TAFE for the year as of last month so I am now on school holidays.  Therefore I thought it was once again time for me to round up all the baked goods I’ve made over the past few months and share them with you.  I hope you all enjoy…


Simple Gingerbread House.


Apricot Carrot Cake.


Classic Carrot Cake.


Banana Cake.


Chocolate Flavoured Hi-ratio Sponge Cake.  (Pictured above and below.)

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Chocolate Guglehopf.


Cream Cheese Guglehopf.


Fruit Cake.  From the cake to the flowers, it took many weeks but I am really happy with the way mine turned out!  If I could do anything differently I would make the shell piped royal icing at the bottom a dark pink colour for more colour contrast.


The way I wrote on my cake.  🙂


The picture above and below are a close up of the flowers I made.


Thank you so much for reading!  Please be sure to check out my last post in this series here.  Also head over and check out my Baking Board on Pinterest for more baking inspiration.

Many Blessings, Grace.

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33 thoughts on “Becoming A Pastry Chef – Part 5

  1. These are absolutely incredible – you’re obviously very talented & you should be proud! Although, you’ve now made me desperately crave some chocolately, icing-covered cake at 8.30 in the morning..!
    Enjoy your Christmas holidays and celebrate your achievements from this year my lovely 🙂
    Caz x

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