Birthday Drip Cake
80g Double Cream
150g White Chocolate
Gel Food Colouring
This was Drip Cake I did for a friend a few weeks ago. I used the same recipe as I used for the Watercolour Cake I did for my parents birthdays but added a pink drip and a Kinder theme. In this post I’ll show you how to do the coloured drip.
To start with your cake needs to be really cold so if it's not already in the fridge, put it in now.
Heat the double cream in a saucepan over a medium heat until bubbling. Pour over the finely chopped white chocolate and let sit for a minute before mixing. If the chocolate does not melt you can add a little more hot cream.
Add the food colouring a drop at a time. The mixture cools very quickly and starts to set so work quickly (If it becomes too hard you can add more hot cream).
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This is such a great way of doing it, I am going to give it a go.
I’ve never tried making a drip cake but it’s something I’d like to do soon. You’re made it sound really easy which is great!
This was the first successful drip cake I’ve done and this method and recipe worked well (and the person the cake was for said the drip was really tasty!)
I am horrible at cake decorating I really don’t have the touch but you have tempted me to have a go at one of these.
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