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Graveyard Cake

Graveyard Cake

Baked this blackforest graveyard cake for my 30th birthday. Layers of chocolate genoise sponge, soaked with kirsch syrup, sandwiched with whipped cream and boozy cherries. The whole cake was covered in dark chocolate ganache and topped with oreo “dirt”. The graves are made of cardstock, printed from a template downloaded off the web (google “tombstone cupcake toppers”.)
No graveyard cake is complete without three red “josstick” candles.

No prizes for guessing which month i’m born in.

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This entry was posted on November 3, 2012 by in Cakes and tagged , , , , , , .

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