A stunning rainbow colored mille crepe cake comprised of 30 ultra-thin melt-in-your-mouth crepes. Two options for fillings are provided: Classic Vanilla or Almond Coconut Cream. Tips and tricks included for successfully making the paper-thin crepes.
To be good mille crepe cakes need to be made with crepes that are ultra-thin. Here are some tips on how to make a great crepe cake. How to cook the crepe and assemble the cake will be covered.
A Modern Bûche de Noël with Japanese Chiffon Cake Roll Two months ago when I developed the recipe for Chocolate Japanese Cake Roll, I knew right away that I just had to use this recipe again to make a Yule Log Cake for the Christmas season. After publishing the initial recipe, I was pleasantly […]
A “Not-Too-Sweet” Japanese Style Dessert One of my husband’s favorite desserts is a chocolate swiss roll that we used to buy at a Japanese bakery on Robson street in downtown Vancouver. Every time we’d go there, there would be a few other desserts that would pique his interest by their attractive appearance but after trying […]
A Fluffy Japanese Cheesecake with a Western Twist Japanese cheesecakes seem to be all the rage right now in Vancouver. With the opening of the world-famous, Uncle Tetsu, in my hometown I was really craving a nice fluffy and moist Japanese cake. Instead of driving to the mall and lining up for hours (yes, literally), […]
As you know from my previous afternoon tea experience at the Hy Tea Lounge, I had my heart set on visiting another newly opened tea lounge/dessert shop also situated along False Creek. Yandoux Patisserie is a half-year new dessert shop located in the former LuvCravings Cakes and Tea House in the Olympic Village. The space has […]
It was my friend’s housewarming party and she decided to have a potluck. As usual, I offer to bring the desserts. Not that I’m the baker in the group or anything but one thing is for sure, I’m definitely not the cook! I like bringing cakes to festivities because it always seem to bring people […]