Sunday afternoon is made for relaxing and chilling out, along with sumptuous desserts in tow. Wisk by Cakesmiths conducts professional cake making and decorating courses and cake baking classes in Mumbai and we’ve put together some of the best desserts to eat on a Sunday afternoon.
1. Coconut-Banana Pudding:
Nothing says comfort like a good pudding. Banana and coconut makes a cozy yet slightly tropical-tasting combination that works well in the rich smoothness of a pudding. Serve atop vanilla wafers for the ultimate flavour combination.
2. Strawberry Dream Cake:
This cake is aptly named so, because it is an absolute dream. You’ll be dreaming about this oh-so-heavenly strawberry cake once you’ve gotten a taste of it. The cake is made using a fluffy whipped frosting made up of mascarpone cheese, whipping cream, sugar, almond and vanilla extracts. The presentation is attractive and can be a perfect for either a picnic or a wedding. The sweet confection
3. Grilled Peach Cobbler:
Making a delicious pie on the grill will give your pie a smoky and caramelized taste from the fire. You won’t be able to resist this delicious treat that is best served hot right off the grill or at room temperature. Top the cobbler with some vanilla for additional sweet touch. The perfect blend of gooey-ness and crispness comes out of each soft slice of these caramelized peaches that rest below its sweet and crisp biscuit crust. The sweet berries paired with the fluffy frosting makes for a balanced dessert that bursts into flavour with every bite.
4. Lemon Cheese Layer Cake:
A twist on cheesecake, these layers are filled with rich, buttery lemon curd. This cake is a wonderful blend of tart, light and sweet. The curd has a smooth and bright citrusy flavour contained in a sweet cheesecake creation, and we promise you it’s unlike anything you’ve ever tried. The lemon-orange butter cream frosting covers the exterior of the cake in a thick, sweet veil that opens up to the lemon curd interior, which compounds its citrus flavour. Best for summer, you’d want to serve this cake outside during a picnic.
5. Red Velvet Cake:
Red velvet cakes widely loved, and has been featured in film. The 1989 movie Steel Magnolias featured an armadillo-shaped cake for the groom which kick started the red velvet cult following. The craze has continued through the years but had resurged even more powerfully during the mid-2000s in cupcake form.