5 Creative Ways to Use Leftover Cake Scraps!
CAKE SCRAPS – REINVENTED
What’s up bakers? Do you ever find yourself with a bunch of cake scraps after levelling or trimming your cakes? Don’t throw ’em away! I’m about to show you five ways to use up those scraps like a boss and take your baking game to the next level.
Cake truffles are the way to go when you’ve got cake scraps. Crumble those suckers up and mix ’em with some frosting until the mixture is moist enough to form into balls. Roll ’em in some melted chocolate and you’ve got yourself some epic cake truffles. Boom!
Let’s keep this train rolling, people! Mix all those scraps with either ganache or buttercream into a gorgeous fudge goodness. Layer chocolate in any chosen, creative cakesicle mould to create your shell. Squash that fudgy goodness into moulds and top them off within a thin layer of chocolate. And viola, a cakey lollipop just like that! Add some sprinkles, edible glitter to decorate your creations. Yum!
Last but not least, we’ve got the cake milkshake, baby! You heard me right. Blend those cake scraps with some ice cream, milk, and your favourite toppings (whipped cream, chocolate sauce, sprinkles, etc.) for a milkshake that’ll blow your mind. That’s how we do it!
READY, STEADY, CREATE!
Can’t roll evenly? Not to worry, we have moulds that make your life a breeze when making truffles that look just like twins than sisters.
Add Sparkle to Your Treats! Jazz up your creations with glittery, colorful cakesicle sticks in pastels and vibrant hues
Shake it Up! Elevate your milkshake game with a delightful array of sprinkles. Add a burst of color and fun to your creamy creations. Cheers!
Cake crumbs, baby! Don’t throw those scraps away, turn them into some epic cake crumbs. Crumble the scraps into small pieces and toast them in the oven until they’re crispy and golden brown. Use ’em as a topping for ice cream or yogurt, or mix ’em into a streusel for your next crumble or crisp. So good!
Ain’t nobody got time for wasting cake scraps, so let’s make some cake pops, baby! Press that cake and frosting mixture into a cake pop mold or shape ’em into small balls with a cake pop stick. Dip ’em in melted chocolate and sprinkle some goodness on top for a party in your mouth. Let’s go!
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