What’s the best way to enjoy your wedding cake?

Posted July 04, 2018 07:24:18 A friend of mine once told me that the best wedding cake in Australia is made by a couple who have been together for 10 years.

The recipe is a little different from mine but it was one of those recipes that I always wanted to try, so I set out to try my hand at making my own.

I wanted to give myself some guidance as to what the cake needs to look like, so that I wouldn’t have to worry about finding the right colouring, or whether the icing needs to be fresh or dried.

The result was a cake that looked and tasted very much like the one I had seen on TV, and it was pretty good, too.

The cake I made is a simple white cake with white frosting and some icing, and that’s it.

I have a few other cakes in my cupboard, but I’m really keen to make my own for a friend who’s planning a big wedding.

Here’s what I did.

First, make the cake First I made the cake.

I used a white cake pan, which I could have bought at the local hardware store, but instead I bought some of my own cake mix.

The cake mix was made with coconut oil, and you need to mix it thoroughly to ensure that it’s all mixed up and not too crumbly.

This is the kind of cake mix that you can get at the hardware store.

It comes in a bottle or jar.

It’s available in a number of flavours, but it’s my favourite, as it’s super easy to make, and also, unlike many other cake mixes, it doesn’t need any preservatives to be delicious.

The colour was also great, as was the consistency, which was nice and thick.

Next, make your icing It’s very important to make your own icing before you start.

Cake-mix icing is a mixture of flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt, which you need at least once a week to make the icing that gives the cake a lovely golden colour.

If you’ve ever used icing in cake, you know how it looks, but you also know that you don’t want to get too creative and use a lot of it.

That’s why I made sure to use just a tiny bit of it every day.

So I took some coconut oil and mixed it with the flour and sugar, and added it to a bowl.

Now I used the mixer to beat the mixture together until it was a nice and smooth consistency.

I also added the baking powder to the mixer and started adding the baking soda.

When the dough started to get stiff, I added the vanilla, and then continued beating the mixture until it started to become a thick, crumbed consistency.

Then I added a couple of tablespoons of icing sugar to make it a little more tacky and shiny.

You can use the icing to decorate your cake as you like, but make sure you don