A creative home baker has impressed hundreds online after sharing how she made an incredible anti-gravity cake for her son’s birthday.The dessert seems to defy gravity as it’s made with sweets pouring from the packet over the top and down the sides of the cake.The woman posted images to the Slow Cooker Recipes & Tips Facebook page and detailed the ‘simple yet effective’ method.’It’s a slow process as you need to do it one layer at a time.
Everyone loved it!’ she captioned the online post. The dessert seems to defy gravity as it’s made with sweets pouring from the packet over the top and down the sides of the cake (pictured) To create the wow factor, the home baker used a balloon stick and carefully stuck m&m’s onto the plastic using melted chocolateTo create the wow factor, the home baker used a balloon stick and carefully stuck m&m’s onto the plastic using melted chocolate.A stainless steel straw or cake dowel can also be used as an alternative to the balloon stick. ‘You can only do one layer and then wait for the chocolate to harden. So I would do a layer of the stick, cách làm bánh lạnh then add more to the base and dạy làm bánh nướng repeat,’ the woman said.Once the base of the dessert was prepared and the balloon stick was covered in m&m’s, the woman stuck it into the cake and positioned the chocolate packet on top.For added effect, she also put cotton wool inside the packet to ensure it looked full. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next How to make Caramilk at HOME: Foodie creates his own version… Foodie’s DESSERT version of the famous TikTok baked feta… Teacher, 35, shares her recipe for mouthwatering carrot cake… Mum recreates the popular watermelon cake using Coles sponge…
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While the recipe is simple, cach lam banh nuong creating the anti-gravity wow factor requires patience and time ‘I am not a baker at all so I used a packet butter cake mix.
Mixed it up according to directions and lined a cake tin with baking paper,’ she said. The woman divided the cake mixture in half using red and green food colouring – which are the colours of her son’s favourite football team.The base of the cake was cooked in the slow cooker on low for two hours with a tea towel under the lid, but can also be baked in the oven according to packet instructions.’I made the base the night before so it would completely cool before decorating,’ the woman said.’Covered the cake with chocolate icing and placed the KitKats most of the way around.’ Others on social media have also shared their gravity defying creations (pictured) and day lam banh au many dubbed the dessert as ‘brilliant’The end result looked incredible and the party guests were left impressed with the woman’s efforts.Others on social media have also shared their anti-gravity creations and many dubbed the dessert as ‘brilliant’.’Well done, it looks brilliant and you must have patience of a saint,’ one woman said.’You did an awesome job.
This is beautiful,’ another added.<div class="art-ins mol-factbox femail" data-version="2" id="mol-9224f940-74a3-11eb-be20-6b2b7a2491f4" website baker shares an incredible gravity defying birthday cake hack