So this Valentine's Day, I made a smaller heart shaped cake with vanilla batter. I used vanilla because one of my twins does not like chocolate cake. Even though I made 12 cupcakes and a small heart shaped cake, I still have extra batter left over. Well, I just threw it away because I did not know what to do with it. The last thing I needed was to make something else sweet, right?
Once the cake and cupcakes were done baking, I let them cool for a while, this began frosting them. For my hubby's heart shaped cake, I used white and chocolate frosting. With white frosting I spread that around the siding of the cake and the top of the cake, I used chocolate frosting. On the siding of the cake frosting, I did my best to add some sprinkles, but it did not stick that well. As for the top of the cake, I was able to add a variety of sprinkles, which you will see in the photo I took.
As for the cupcakes, I made 12 an only frosted 6 of them. The last thing I needed to do what encourage my twins to eat them all at once, or in at least three days. I frosted the cupcakes with vanilla and chocolate frosting. I frosted three vanilla and three chocolate. The sprinkles, of course, were easier to apply and I used a variety of sprinkles too.
My husband has yet to take a bite of his Valentine's Day gift...go figure...
My twins only ate one of their cupcakes..
Okay, I just do not get it...what is going on here? I mean, these are sweet treats...My hubby and twins love sweet treats.
My hubby gave me a single red rose. I love red roses and a single red rose is the perfect gift. I did not even ask for anything.