*weekend dessert* Aug/24/2019
Easy made Tiramisu
A day-off meeting with co-workers was held.
I made this for a break with some simple ingredient.
I had left the camera at home, so this picture has a bit different atmosphere from others.
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Planning to make something unique yet minimalistic this weekend? Here is a delectable blueberry treasure for you!
-1 packet fondant
-Food colouring in blue, yellow and brown
-4 layers of vanilla cake
-2 cups of blueberry pie filling⠀
-5 cups of vanilla buttercream⠀
-1/2 cup of maple syrup⠀
-Dye 1/8 of the fondant dark blue. Roll into a thin log, and cut into 1/4 segments. Roll these into balls, and using a star piping tip, press a gentle indentation into the ball.
-Dye another 1/8 of the fondant in a very light yellow shade. Shape the fondant into a stick of butter and cut three parts.⠀
-Add 1/4 cup of maple syrup to 5 cups of buttercream and mix.⠀
-Place the first layer of vanilla cake on a serving platter, and pipe a ring of buttercream along the edge.⠀
-Drizzle 1/3 of the remaining 1/4 cup of maple syrup onto the cake, top with a third of the 2 cups of blueberry filling and 1/2 a cup of buttercream. Spread the buttercream and add the next layer. Repeat twice.⠀
-Using the remaining frosting, frost the outside of the cake. Leave to chill.⠀
-Meanwhile, divide the remaining frosting into two parts – about 2/3 and 1/3. Roll the smaller piece into a round that is just larger in diameter than the top of your cake.⠀
-Mix a little yellow and brown food coloring, and using a paint brush, paint the round to look like a pancake straight off the griddle. Set aside.⠀
Roll out the remaining fondant until it’s about 1/2″ thick and cut into approximately 12 strips. Starting at the base of the cake, run the strip around the circumference to form the first layer of ‘pancake’. Using more of the yellow/brown food colouring,paint the top of this ring. Repeat.
I’m craving these stacked blueberry pancakes! Who would you share this treat with? 🎂
-@anushka_lamba, Features Intern 🦋
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Recipe Credits: soyummy.com