21 OMG-IS-THAT-AN-ACTUAL-CAKE? RECIPES + ALL THE CAKE KNOW-HOW YOU NEED
From Yolanda Gampp, host of the massively popular, award-winning YouTube sensation How to Cake It comes an inspiring "cakebook" with irresistible new recipes and visual instructions for creating spectacular novelty cakes for all skill levels.
On her entertaining YouTube Channel, How to Cake It, Yolanda Gampp creates mind-blowing cakes in every shape imaginable. From a watermelon to a human heart, to food shaped cakes such as burgers and pizzas, Yolanda’s creations are fun and realistic. Now, Yolanda brings her friendly, offbeat charm and caking expertise to this colorful cakebook, filled with imaginative cakes to make at home.
How to Cake It: A Cakebook includes directions for making eighteen jaw-dropping cakes that are gorgeous and delicious, including a few fan favorites with a fresh twist, and mind-blowing new creations. Yolanda shares her coveted recipes and pro-tips, taking you step-by-step from easy/kid-friendly cakes (no carving necessary and simple fondant work) to more difficult designs (minimal carving and fondant detail) to aspirational cakes (carving, painting, and gum paste work).
Whatever the celebration, Yolanda has the perfect creation, including her never before seen Candy Apple Cake, Party Hat, Rainbow Grilled Cheese Cake, Toy Bulldozer Cake, and even a Golden Pyramid Cake which features a secret treasure chamber!
Written in her inspiring, encouraging voice, filled with clear, easy-to-follow instructions and vibrant photos, How to Cake It: A Cakebook will turn beginners into confident cake creators, and confident bakers into caking superstars!
About the Author
Yolanda Gampp is a self-taught master cake artist who started out baking novelty cakes in her mother’s kitchen, and is now the host of the successful YouTube channel How to Cake It. How to Cake It has built a community of more than six million cake enthusiasts from around the world. Yolanda and her work have been featured on the Today show, The Social, Cityline, Breakfast Television, Buzzfeed and Food Network show SugarStars. A graduate of George Brown’s culinary arts program in Toronto, Yolanda quickly discovered that her true passion was working with sweets and was further inspired by her father, who worked as a baker. She lives in Toronto, Canada.