Monday, October 19, 2009

Coco Cake Round-Up: Past Week Or Two!

200 + minis for an order...

dark chocolate minis for another order...

solo mini cupcake jam (let's face it, it probably ended up jammed into my mouth moments after photo was snapped)

another pizza cake for Stevie from his lady Susan; note those cute little yellow scalloped pineapple rings!

Red velvet cupcakes for Laura -- creamcheese frosting and very red cake; sadly I realized I can't do her wedding, but I wish her and her fiancee mega congrats!



A "BJ Penn" cake for Ben from his fine lady Esther-- I had NO CLUE who this guy was, but ended up googling him-- ! I made the less violent, cartoon version of him! I usually don't do this kind of stuff but Esther was so sweet I just had to help her out, and she emailed to say everyone loved the cake! Hooray.

There you have it. More super cute weekend cupcake madness coming your way, blog-style. And, thank you to all my beautiful pals, cupcake chompers, fans and new friends who came out to the Blim Art Market to say hi and enjoy a cupcake!! Thanks to my pal Sarah for helping me hawk my little party cakes and of course to my number one honeybun in the world, RJT for his help and support. Sorry I am such a spazz, honey!! Heh heh...

This month, I overdid it on the variation in flavours--I made SIX different flavours and I drove myself mentally insane and ended up with practically zero sleep over the weekend due to crazy orders AND the market. Next month I'll be making a few less flavours, but all of them will be solid gold! Got some new fun flavour ideas to play with too, so stay tuned!! :)

8 comments:

Al in Vancouver said...

BJ Penn??? Who would have thought you'd ever do a BJ Penn cake!

lyndsay said...

al!! of course you would know who this guy is!! nice!!

amanda said...

These cupcakes look amazing!

I have never had a red velvet cupcake. I have heard about them a lot recently and they look pretty good. I think i am going to have to find out how to make them.

lyndsay said...

hi amanda! thanks!

red velvet cake is huge in america, it's essentially a fairly plain tasting cupcake with just a touch of cocoa powder, red food colour (or coloured with beet juice) and extremely delicious creamcheese frosting. i tried the cake on its own and wasn't all that stoked. but put creamcheese frosting on it... WHAM! delicious!

Cakespy said...

Oh, hello delicious roundup. I wish I had been chez Coco Cake for the past week or two! :-)

lyndsay said...

aw! i wish, jessie!! :)

shannonmarie said...

I love your cakes/cupcakes :-)

lyndsay said...

thanks shannonmarie!!! :)