This delicious and easy honey pot cake recipe is a great choice for any celebration, including birthdays and holidays. It has a honey theme, making it a popular choice for birthday celebrations and holidays. It is also a great way to use leftover honey or other confections you have on hand. To make this cake, sift the dry ingredients into a medium mixing bowl. Then, whisk together the liquid ingredients in a large glass measuring cup. Pour the liquid ingredients into the dry mixture and whisk until smooth. Pour the batter into the prepared pan and bake for 30 minutes. After baking, allow the cake to cool and dust with powdered sugar. Then, serve.
Winnie the Pooh cake is a honey-themed cake
A Winnie the Pooh cake is reminiscent of the beloved storybook characters. Made with honey, this cake is a great way to celebrate the honey-themed holiday. You can add your personal touches with Winnie the Pooh-themed decorations, crafts, and a special cake! It is also grain-free, refined-sugar-free, and Paleo-friendly!
The top tier of this Winnie the Pooh-themed cake has a honey jar and is decorated with fondant honey bees buzzing all over the cake. The bottom tier has fondant flowers and a red fondant banner with Happy Birthday! Winnie Pooh’s honey-themed cake is a great way to celebrate the upcoming birth of a little one!
This cake is made with marshmallows and can be used for any special occasion. To make the cake, add one cup of water and 1/3 cup of powdered sugar. Microwave it for 45 seconds, and then stir it. Let it cool. Once it has cooled, roll the fondant into a thin circle. When it is ready to serve, cover it with brown fondant and chill it for 5 to 10 minutes.
To decorate the cake, make a large circle with brown fondant. It should be a little smaller than the yellow circles, which will be on the top of the cake. Roll out the brown fondant into thin strips and place them on the cake. Roll each strip about one-fourth of an inch thick. Wrap a brown fondant strip around the honey pot top and use a decorating pen to write the word “HUNNY” on each honey pot.
Shape fondant into honeypots
To make this delicious cake, first, use a fondant mold to form circles. Cut each circle into quarter-inch-thick slices and place them on a round baking sheet. Then, roll out the remaining white fondant and shape it into rectangular discs. To make the lids, use an edible glue pen to write “HUNNY” on the top of the fondant discs. Once the icing is dry, add a few drops of food coloring.
This recipe allows you to play around with the dough and the cream. Add cocoa or syrups to your dough as desired. You can also bake the cake in a muffin pan to give it a more traditional appearance. Once it has cooled, you can garnish it with walnuts or crumbs. It’s best to refrigerate the cake for three hours before serving. Once you’ve done that, you’re ready to serve the honey pot cake to your guests.
Baking a honey pot cake
- 1 box of cake mix
- Ready-made Frosting – 16 oz.
- Wax paper
- baking sheets
- yellow candy coating
- Purple candy coating
- sprinkled with brown rainbow
- chips- Black edible ink pen (“Hunny”)
- Paper lollipop sticks
- Styrofoam blocks
1. Once the cake has cooled, crumble it into a large bowl.
2. Mix 3/4 of the frosting with a large spoon. The rest of the frosting will be unnecessary.
3. Make quarter-sized cake balls from the mixture and place them on a parchment-covered baking sheet.
4. To firm up, place the cake balls in the freezer. To keep them chilled, you can transfer them to a refrigerator.
5. For the Hunny Pots, shape the cake balls into ovals.
6. To maintain their firmness, return the cake pops back to the fridge
7. Once you’re ready to make the Hunny Pots, melt the purple candy coating. Place a lollipop stick in the oval-shaped cake ball. Dip the cake ball into the candy coating until it is fully covered. Let most of the candy coating fall back into the bowl. Place the cake pops on a parchment-covered baking sheet. The base of the pot will be coated with some of the coatings, forming the edge. Continue with the remaining pots, and allow them to dry completely.
8. After the pots are dry, you can add “Hunny”. The yellow candy coating can be heated and applied to the tops of the pots with a spoon. It will not run down the pot if it has cooled for a while. It should be thick enough to drip over your edge but not so runny it causes a mess.
9. Allow drying in a styrofoam container. Then, use a black edible pen to write HUNNY on each pot. For an additional Winnie the Pooh detail, reverse the direction of the N.
10. Let dry completely.
A honey pot cake recipe is as unique as its name. The cake is a mixture of layers with honey in them and a buttercream filling. The shape of the cake is like a sunflower and uses the national flower of Ukraine as inspiration. Making a honey cake is not difficult, but it will take a bit of time and multiple batches. In order to get the right texture, use the best ingredients.