Cake 2 the Rescue – Ruldoph Cake

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This week we bring to you Cake 2 the Rescue; I would be surprised if you had not heard of them with over 32 000 followers on Facebook!

Well, we have been lucky enough to review a Cake 2 the Rescue ‘Christmas cake’, specifically the very festive Rudolph design. With a pickup option, I decided to drive down to Mudgeeraba on the Gold Coast, {I am only in Brisbane}, and personally meet Lisa and Lou at their warehouse upon collection. What lovely ladies! Their enthusiasm about their business was inspiring and the warehouse is very welcoming with a lovely kitchen set up and a blackboard for the children. If you ever have the chance to collect your order, you should do so, you never know you may catch the Baker Girls to say a quick ‘Hi & thank you.’

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What I love about these cake designs is that they look so intricate and time consuming to create but in truth they are not. The Cake 2 the Rescue cake kit comes with everything you will require to bake, create and decorate your chosen cake with the ingredients all ready measured out. All you need to add is the basic fresh ingredients; in Rudolph’s case we needed eggs, milk and butter. The bake-in-the-box concept is revolutionary to me! No oiling or baking-paper required, no de-tinning the cake and lastly no washing of a metal cake tin: wonderful! How? you say… well you bake the cake in the disposable bake tray which is provide in the kit. Sceptical? The photos below show just how perfectly the cake came away from the disposable box.

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Next I cut out the shape of the cake and decorated to create Rudolph. The full coloured step-by-step instructions and picture guide was invaluable in helping me achieve the right results. The instructions are easy to follow and the tips really are a great help. Follow the instructions and you can’t go wrong, even the most amateur baker will be amazed at the professional results that are achieved. Within around 20 minutes, (not including the bake time), I had created this cheerful looking Rudolph cake and I was super proud of myself! All the coloured fondant icing was included and there was stencil of everything I needed to cut out. In our case, each size oval to create the coloured eyes, the antlers, ears and nose which made the whole process much quicker and easier than if I had to come up with the shapes myself. Our kit had edible glitter included too, I sprinkled this on his nose and the holly. This cake was so much fun to make and even my 3 year old got in there to help me out.

The last step is to eat and enjoy – and we did. The vanilla sponge cake, there is a choice between vanilla and chocolate, was moist and delicious. It tasted sweet with a hint of vanilla, the icing was creamy which made the cake even more scrumptious. This sized cake would easily cater for 20 – 24 people. There were eight adults to share this particular cake and we managed to get through the cake in two days. 🙂

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I would definitely purchase any of the Cake 2 the Rescue cake kits. They are convenient, simple to make and create and look absolutely fantastic once you have completed it. To keep with the festive spirit of the review why not check our the other Christmas cake design that are on offer; Christmas Wonderland, Traditional Christmas or the awesome looking Santa cake. There are also other baking accessories on the website including cupcake wrappers, cookie cutters, Christmas candles too plus much more…

Why not try a Cake 2 the Rescue cake kit this Christmas and make a cake that your guests and family will be amazed you created!

Join the other thousands of Cake 2 the Rescue followers on Facebook. It’s a great way of keeping up to date with new designs, discounts and a great pleace to see other customers creations.

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