The Letter H

H Baking and Culinary Terms Alphabet Blogging Challenge

H is for hallelujah, I’ve got this letter covered. Learn more about the A-Z April Blogging Challenge here. All beginning with the letter H, I give you photos of my culinary career creations.

House in Gingerbread

Home Gingerbread Cookie

This gingerbread house replica looks like the real thing! Check out how it compares to the original and see how it was made here: Cookie House with a Candy Lawn

Hazelnut Bundt Cakes

Mini Mocha Bundt Cakes

I designed these mini chocolate bundt cakes topped with chocolate ganache and toasted hazelnut pieces for a product development pitch meeting.

Hazelnut Cheesecake

Layer Cake Fillings Recipes

I baked the above cake in wholesale volume for the winter season. Chocolate cheesecake is enrobed in chocolate glaze and decorated with toasted hazelnut crumble, chocolate shavings, and whole hazelnuts.

Heart Cake

Chocolate Heart Cake

Another wholesale cake with inlaid heart vine. I made hundreds of these for Valentines and Mother’s Day. The trick was all in the wrist and the timing.

Flourless Chocolate Heart Cakes

Heart Cake in Raspberry

Valentines Day Heart Cakes

These white chocolate raspberry mousse cakes were a popular seller for Valentine’s day. You can see the berries peeking through the mousse and white chocolate ganache dripping down the sides. White chocolate shavings make a bed for molded chocolate heart decorations.

How Chocolate is Made

How Chocolate is Made by Wicked Goodies

Have you read my tutorial on how chocolate is made? If not, you should check it out!


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The Letter H — 8 Comments

  1. Wow! The gingerbread house cake is amazing!!!
    H is for High heeled cupcakes with my lil baker granddaughter!

  2. Whoa… When I first saw the whole cake photo (hearts) I thought they were cookies. I didn’t get the scale of it. Dang, that’s a lot of work!