Monday, April 29, 2013

Cartoon Themed Cakes

Kids nowadays are very smart..they know what they want and they know that their parents will do anything to fulfill their wishes especially on their birthday. I have a great time baking and decorating birthday cakes with cartoon theme. And I love the look on their faces when they saw the cakes that I make. Priceless!! My niece & I have the opportunities to host 'Elmo' themed birthday party for my precious 1 year old son. I wonder what will be the theme for his 2nd birthday next year..hmmm...

Collections of theme cakes over the years

Hello Kitty Rainbow cake
Barbie Cake

My baby 1st Birthday Party with Elmo's theme

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Candy Buffet...sugar overdose?? Happiness overload??

Candy Buffet

Step right up to the candy buffet
It’s a sweet addition to a wonderful day.

This is a treat we are offering to you,
On this beautiful day when we say I Do.

Use the scoop, choose what you like,
Leave some for others,
Be polite.

As you enjoy your bag of treats,
Please remember,


Candy Buffet is a buffet consisting of various types of candy. A candy buffet is great for any occasion; a wedding, birthday party, family gathering,etc. It is based on customer's theme and budget. There are variety of candies you can choose from such as cupcakes, macaroons, fancy cookies, marshmallows, jelly beans, the list goes on and on....

Here are some of our works, need more orders please! Our candy buffet price start from RM250..we offer variety of delicious and mouth watering desserts plus decorations according to your theme, contact us for further information :)


Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Durian Crepe...lalala

Durian season is back again!! D24, D101, D13, Musang many types of durian. U can eat it straight away or you can make Durian Cheesecake, Durian Cream Puff, and the latest craze...Durian Crepe! Crepe is a type of very thin pancake made from flour. Crepes are made by pouring a thin liquid batter onto a hot frying pan or flat circular hot plate, often with a trace of butter on the pan's surface. The batter is spread evenly over the cooking surface of the pan or plate either by tilting the pan or by distributing the batter. Crepe originate from Brittany, a region in the northwest of France. Now, Malaysians are very innovative we can change a traditional French recipe into a Malaysian one! The fillings are up to your preferences but for Durian Crepe you fill the crepe with whipped cream and durian. Yummmaayyyy!!!

There are so many Durian Crepe maker mushrooming all over the place. You just have to know your maker in your area. The price varies for a set (either 4 pieces or 6 pieces) you can get for RM10. But believe me, one set is not enough for the whole family! I went for classes to master this recipe, someone told me that it is easy to make but let me tell you if you want the thin crepe and fillings that melt in your mouth it is NOT an easy task! You need to use 5 types of flour just to get the right taste of the crepe. And the right tools and skill to cook it.

For those of you who are not into Durian, you can actually make Mango Crepe, Oreo Crepe, Banana Chocolate Crepe or any other flavour that you like. For me, I catered to those staying in Shah Alam, especially the U10 area (nearby Bukit Jelutong & UITM Puncak Perdana) and other than Durian Crepe I also make Oreo and Banana Chocolate Crepe.

Here are some of the pictures of Durian Crepe for those of you who have not seen it before...(where have you been, duuuhhhh...)

The famous Durian Crepe

The fillings

Monday, December 17, 2012

What's the deal with this rainbow cake??

Rainbow Cake, Rainbow Cupcakes, Rainbow Cake in a Jar...the 'in' cake for this year. I guess the colorful layered cake is what attracts people to this cake. The recipe is quite simple, it is actually a butter cake but with at least 6 different colors of rainbow, hence...the 'Rainbow Cake'! Based on Wikipedia, the first person who make this cake is Kaitlin Flannery (see her website:  And Martha Stewart make it popular after Kaitlin Flannery invited to  The Martha Stewart Show, April 2010.  After that this cake is popular in USA and all around the world, including Malaysia.

Following the recipe to make this cake is easy but the hardest part of it is the layering of the cake. You have to make sure that each layer is exactly the same thickness and you need at least two cake pan to bake each of the colors. Imagine if you only have one cake pan you need to bake six times for you to get the six layers! Waaaa...what a waste of time and electricity! When all the six layers cooled off, you need to sandwiched it with icing (we use buttercream cheese icing, yuummyy!!) and decorate as desired.

It is a very long process but for the love of cakes, we gladly do it...for those of you who wants to try, good luck and take all the time that you need :)

Our Cake in a Jar

Half eaten Rainbow Cake

Sunday, November 4, 2012

I'm baaaccckkkkkk.....!!!!!

Hi y'alls, so sorry have not been updating my blog post for a llllooonngggg time (more than a year to be exact!). The reason being is that I have a baby! Alhamdulillah, Allah have granted our wish...his name is Hairul Khalish. He was born premature at 26 weeks and his birth weight is only 615gms. He is truly a miracle baby, first time I saw him I cried my heart out...he is so tiny! The doctor is only giving him 50-50 chances as he had too many complications. But Allah has given him a chance to live and he pulls through! He was in incubator for almost 3 months and was in the hospital for four months plus. We never fail to visit him everyday in the hospital giving him support and much needed love. Now my baby is with me and everyday I thank Allah for giving us this wonderful gifts. I love you so much Khalish, you are truly a survivor!

Saturday, September 10, 2011


Dear bloggers, sorry I haven't been updating my laptop is not working & I didn't send for repairs till now! So much have been happening in my life since the last time I blog, at present I am back in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Just for a few months...I'll be back in KL to continue with my baking business! While I'm here, I miss my baking so much! I'm torn in the hubby in Saudi or continuing my business in Malaysia! But, baking is my passion & I believe if I want to succeed I have to make sacrifices (that is being apart from dear hubby, sob..sob...). I'm worried that if I leave my customers in Malaysia for a long time, they will forget about me so wait for mmmmeeeee!!!!!
Open House celebration in Jeddah...but I miss the celebration in Malaysia!

Monday, May 23, 2011

Pavlova oh Pavlova!

My darling niece introduced me to this dessert last month. She wanted me to make her this dessert for her birthday in May. She said the name is 'Pavlova', and I'm like 'whaaatt????' For what I can remember 'Pavlova' is the name of some sport figure. Skating or something? She said her friend's boyfriend brought 'Pavlova' at her friend's surprise birthday party. So I started doing some 'googling' at home. And this is what I found :

Pavlova is a meringue-based dessert named after the Russian ballet dancer Anna Pavlova. Colloquially referred to as "pav", it is a cake similar to meringue with a crispy crust and soft, light inner.
The dessert is believed to have been created in honour of the dancer either during or after one of her tours to Australia and New Zealand in the 1920s. The nationality of its creator has been a source of argument between the two nations for many years, but formal research indicates New Zealand as the more probable source.
~Sources from Wikipedia
How do I make dessert that I have not even taste it? During my research I only found Alexis Cafe, the only place that serve Pavlova in KL...I have only been to Alexis during my 'happenin' days (when I  used to work as a Flight Stewardess for Malaysia Airlines) but now, I don't think so too hip for me. And so, after so much of researching and choosing the right recipe, I started making Pavlova...Bismillah...
The utensils and bowl must be very dry and eggs white have to be separated carefully. The eggs have to be beaten till stiff and when you turn upside down it will not drip. OK so far so the baking part..the recipe says bake for about 1 hour but after 45 minutes I think it's already browned. Ok I think I did it, yes!! After it's cooled completely, time to transfer it for decoration. I was holding it carefully in my hands then...crack!! Arggghhh!!!! Another 2 hours till delivery and I have to make another one! Feel like crying but I have to keep cool..and so I made another one, but I left it in the oven for 1 hour and waited till it's cool  enough to transfer it for decoration, extra careful this time! Decorate it with whipped cream, topped it off with strawberry and chocolate. Yummy!! And delivered it 1 hour later than scheduled. Sorry Era! Based on the feedback that I received the whole family loves it! Alhamdulillah..
Pavlova...what a name, what an experience making it!

The Birthday Girl...