No Indian wedding would be complete without lots of love, laughter, colour and lots and lots of FOOD.
My next few post will be about the treats I made for my brothers wedding over the Summer.
Most of these were made for the dessert table for the ladies mendhi (henna) party.
And this is dessert table I (with some help of my sisters) did:
Out of all my baking projects over the last few years this was my favourite and the one I’m most proud of. I was so happy with how it looked when put together and all the different desserts/sweets looked and tasted amazing.
To make them extra special I painted the flaked almonds gold using food paint before sprinkling on top.
They looked so beautiful on my cupcake display.
Chocolate Brownie Hearts
I made my normal brownies, plain chocolate flavour in shallow baking sheets (I usually make them in a square cake 20cm tin).
I left the brownies to cool, then using heart cutters cut them out.
I did want to dip them in melted chocolate and sprinkle edible heart confetti … but ran out of time.
They still looked cute and were the perfect little chocolatey, fudgey morsels.
Ok, no baking involved. But thought I’d include these.
I make these as a thank you gift for our guests.
They were really easy to make and made a great gift for kids and adults alike.
The cake pops and individual banofee pies were made by my sister, I made the fruit skewers, and the small crescent and iced cakes were a gift from a friend.