Post # 1
I would lOve some new inspo for my BFs birtday cake that I am about to make!
He will ofc get his favourite, a traditional swedish Princess cake! I would not dare to not give him one. He would never forgive me. But I thought it would be fun to surprise him with something new as well! No one can complain about getting TWO cakes, right?
And who would know jummy cakes better than americans? Hit me with your best shots!
He literally loves everything that makes you fat! He is on a high fat, high sugar kind of diet.
I’ll add the princess cake information to you when ive translated it into english, cause thats a great option if you feel like trying something new! Its lovely!
Post # 2
I”m confused by your post. What’s a jummy cake? And what does ofc mean?
Post # 3
I just googled Swedish princess cakes, so pretty!!! You’re such a good girlfriend! Anyway, here’s a link to lots of American high fat/high sugar cake recipes:
Post # 4
A jummy cake is a cake that is “jummy”, as in “tastes delicious”.
ofc is a shortening for “of course”, I believe? Correct me if I am wrong!
I will assume you are asking cause you didnt understand, and not just to make fun of my writing. 😝
If it wasn’t clear, I am from Sweden, so my english is not my first language, so my writing/grammar might not always be 100% correct, I assume this is why you didn’t understand my post. I hope that I have made everything clear now, just ask if there are any more questions about what I am trying to say.
To put it simple: I was just asking about cake ideas! 🙂
Post # 5
oh myyy. I should have known asking about this would be a bad idea. Too many gorgeous alternatives!….. I think I need to “test” all of them in advance to decide which one would be best for his birthday… 😅 They all sound sooo delicious! Thanks for the link! I knew this would be the right place to ask for cake ideas at! 😂
Post # 6
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I think the confusion with jummy, is that its yummy. Anywho, I guessed that it was a spelling mistake.
Two of my favorites are vanilla cake with cannoli filling and German chocolate cake! Can’t go wrong with either of them!!
Post # 7
I’m on board with anything hazeulnut or praline!
Post # 8
I LOVE chocolate cake with a raspberry filling and vanilla/white cake with lemon curd filling. MMMM!
Post # 9
Strawberry shortcakes! Whip up heavy cream (not sweet!) and use that for filling and frosting. Also put strawberries and bavarian cream (or eclair filling) in the middle with the whipped cream!
Dark chocolate mousse cake with pistachio cream filling!
Regular white cake with creme brulee filling and chocolate mousse as the frosting outside.
Post # 10
This is my go to for my FI’s birthday cake. He loves chocolate! (but I do a different frosting recipe)
Post # 11
I think suggesting that Americans would be experts in foods that make you fat, may have slowed the response to your question…. But I like cake…. In moderation “I am Canadian” and I wonder with Swedish princess cake having almond in it I wonder if a layer of peaches or raspberries or both, if you did these you could flavour the custard with almond
orange cream or black cherry pie filling, if you did these you could flavour the custard with orange zest and juice
Just some ideas
Post # 12
lemon cake with lingonberry filling with butter cream frosting or this is what my mom makes for my dad every year http://www.yummly.com/recipe/Lingonberry-Cake-1731875?columns=1&position=20%2F80
Post # 13
Has he ever had lemon cake? That may be a bit fun and surprising. It is my dad’s favorite flavor. I make a lemon cake with lemon curd in the middle, with vanilla frosting.
Or perhaps an ice cream cake?
Personally I’d go crazy for a dark chocolate cake with cherry filling.
Post # 14
Hi ..I am Swedish too =p My favorite would be red velvet cake, carrot cake with maple pecan frosting or vanilla with lemon curd and raspberry filling
Good luck =)