We are having a party tonight at my friend's house later this evening. Every year we'll have a Christmas party cum gathering with my old school mates, and this has been carry on since we were teenage...haha!
Well, alittle different from "Last Christmas", I've made a log cake instead. Ah....and yes! I managed to mould a Santa, a Snowman, Gingerbread man and also a house made of sponge fingers!! The rest of it...oh I bought from the nearby store...;p
A "Black Forest Cake" for the log....hope my friend's will like it...:)
At the same time I'm submitting this post to Swee San, of the Sweet Spot.....
"This is my entry for the Christmas Giveaway hosted by Swee San of the Sweet Spot"
A house built with finger sponge and some icing for the snow. Building this house was fun...like stagging sme legos..haha!
Oh the gingerbread man....this is a girl..;p LOL!! I didn't bake any, cutting out from some fondants may do the trick..;D
Below was the left over from the log..heehee! Have a peep of the cherries and the sponge...yummy! Recipe was adapted from Kevin Chai.
100g plain flour
20g cocoa powder
60g butter (melted)
Some whipped cream
** I've brushed some coffee syrup + rum on the sponge before spreading the whipped cream and fillings.
Method for the sponge:
~ Beat eggs and sugar till light and fluffy. Gently fold in flour and cocoa powder, add in melted butter and mix well.
~ Bake at 180'C for 8-10 minutes on a swiss roll pan (10x14")