Have you ever wondered how to make a candy waterfall cake? Aren’t these candy waterfall cakes great!?! I know I’ve always wondered how in the world gravity cakes made. These showstopping treats are definitely something I never thought I could pull off. But in the book Gravity Cakes, by Franseca Librae and Jakki Friedman, it doesn’t seem too complicated to try anymore. This fabulous book is packed with 45 cakes (stay tuned, I’ve got one up for grabs). There’s a cake for nearly every occasion, from Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day, baby reveals, and even poker parties. I love the colorful pictures and easy decorations. Making one of these gravity cakes doesn’t seem to far out there anymore. Let’s check out how to make a candy waterfall cake.
What do you think? Did you know the secret is a plastic balloon stick? I didn’t. I probably would have tried to use a wooden skewer or something like that. Now that you have seen how to make a candy waterfall cake would you try to make one?
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Courtesy of Gravity Cakes! Create 45 Amazing Cakes by Jakki Friedman & Francesca Librae © 2017 www.robertrose.ca Reprinted with publisher permission. Available where books are sold.
Image credit: Neil Langan
This is a sponsored post. I did not receive financial compensation for this post. I did receive a copy of the book to giveaway to one reader.
loretta shippers says
my mother’s chocolate oil cake, it’s always moist.
Mom’s always make everything best!
Theresa Krier says
I love a moist and yummy white cake, thanks.
Me too – what kind of frosting?
Holly K. says
I love funfeti!
Jenny Ham says
I love chocolate sheet cake
Debra Holloway says
My favorite birthday cake is a cherry jello cake.
Jessie Redding says
Depends on my mood, but USUALLY I go for vanilla cake w/ vanilla frosting.
Kelly Woods says
Mary benack says
My fave cake is germon chocolate with cream cheese frosting
Alma London says
I love ice cream cake. Yummy chocolate.