Post # 17
We’re doing Italian Wedding Cake flavor for the entire cake (very nice flavor and not overly sweet). Half the tiers will have coconut filling, the other half will have pineapple. There will also be a layer of cream cheese frosting between the cake and the white fondant.
Post # 18
We are doing a dense chocolate cake with chocolate pudding and peanut butter mousse filling, and peanut butter Italian buttercream icing. NOM.
Post # 19
We’re doing a carrot cake with a cream cheese filling. We’re also doing cupcakes and they’ll be strawberry, pumpkin, and marble all with buttercream frosting. Like pp’s have stated, the possibilities are truly endless!
Post # 20
We did a vanilla white cake with almond mousse filling. It was freaking amazing! I had guests tell me that “they didn’t even like cake but damn your cake was goooood”
Post # 21
We’ve been experimenting with a lot of different flavors at our house because we’re making our own cake. We bake so many, there are usually at least two cakes on our counter at any given time.
So far, our two favorite flavors are pistacio rum with almond rum icing and spice cake with cream cheese icing and an apple pie filling. I can’t remember exactly what we did for filling on the pistacio rum one, but the cake lasted less than a day.
Post # 22
We couldn’t make up our minds so we went with marble cake. It was great and everyone loved it.
If you are looking for something different, how about hummingbird cake? It’s a spice cake with bananas, coconut, pineapple and pecans thrown in. Yummy delish!
Post # 23
We didn’t have a cake but personally I’m more for a simple, but tasty, flavor (like yellow) than anything fancy.
Post # 24
you should play with fillings because it is an easy way to add flavor – we are having plain buttercream and white cake but the filling is fresh strawberries and cream
Post # 25
Our grooms cake was chocolate peanut butter – basically a Reese’s cake. Unfortunately, the woman who made our cakes sucked. Idea? FABULOUS! Execution? FAILURE!