Friday, October 05, 2007

Peach Marshmallow Cake

Was on half day leave yesterday. While dss were busy revising for their exam, I was busy in the kitchen making marshmallow cakes ..keke.. I used peaches instead of the usual mangoes as I can hardly find them in the market now.



10 comments:

singairishgirl said...

Wow! so high tech now ah. Hahaha. Very nice ur cake, very professional looking. :)

Yan's Delites said...

aiyo, torture....with the hot weather, a slice of this peach mashmallow would hv been so pleasing & cooling to savour... drools .. oops...

jes, high tech slide captions !
i like !!!!

=D

Cranberry said...

hahaha.. this cake was delivered to my parents this morning.. both are cake lovers! I made another one, Peach and Longan as suggested by my boys. Have not mould it out yet, will do it tomorrow:)

Meow Meow said...

Hi Cranberry
Do u think you can share the recipe? Your cake looks lovely and yummy!!!

Cranberry said...

Hi meow meow,

Thanks for dropping by! will type out the recipe as soon as I can ok! Do keep a look out for it! soon ok! cya!

Yan said...

Jes :
with the peach puree with the marshmellow fillings, does it mean that u used 2 cans of peach for this or did u buy the peach puree?
cheerios

Cranberry said...

yan, I opened 2 cans of peach slices. Measured 150g and puree it. Used some for the toppings and there were still some remaining slices. I used it for another cake.

Cheers!

Yan said...

okies dokies. understooded. will try next wk once my flu and cough bug 'eases'. =(

KWF said...

Hi cranberry, I'm trying to make this lovely cake of urs that looks extremely appetising. One qn, I don't have gelatine leaf, but have gelatine powder which will be expiring this year, so thought of using that. Can you guide me what's the conversion from the leaf to the powder form? Much appreciated.

joanna said...

hi, may i ask what is gelatin leaf? Is it those jelly in some sort of hard "meehoon" form ie in long strand that use use traditionally? Thanks