Colon Broom cake I made for my family.
Making cakes is my hobby and I even started my own culinary blog. I have tons of unusual cake decoration ideas and here is one of them: Colon Broom Cake. In fact, it’s a traditional honey cake with caramel cream, but I wanted to make it look unique. Recently I started drinking ColonBroom every morning to detox and I like the results very much. I got 65% off my ColonBroom subscription plus an additional $10 Off with ONLYYOU Coupon Code.
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I was so happy about the ColonBroom deal I’ve got that a genius idea struck me! I decided to print Colon Broom cake decoration on my food printer and shape my cake exactly as Colon Broom bottle. It was a challenge, but here is the result.
The cake turned out just amazing! It is delicious and looks exactly like ColonBroom bottle. Well, of course, I didn’t add Colon Broom inside, don’t worry) I just took the photo of both for you to compare.
My cake with ColonBroom design and decoration looks exactly as Colon Broom but in fact, is a very delicious honey cake inside.
But it looks best on Polish serving plate. I bought it a year ago and use it for special occasions. Its Lidia’s Polish Pottery Ceramika Kalich. This pottery set is expensive, but it’s definitely worth the price. It can be purchased at Etsy, Walmart and Amazon.
If you want to have a culinary masterpiece like that here is the recipe.
- Flour 0,6-o,8 pound + 2 spoons for the cream
- Honey 2 tbs
- Sugar 0,4 pound
- Eggs 2
- Walnuts 0,2 pound
- Milk 1 glass
- Butter 0,5 pound (100 g for cream and 100 g for pastry)
- Condensed milk 0,4 pound
- Baking coda 1tsp
ColonBroom cake ingredients I used.
Having quality ingredients is a key to success. You can use gluten-free flour if you stick to gluten free diet, but I usually use King Arthur Unbleached All-Purpose Organic Flour. It works great for all my recipes and never let me down.
The quality of eggs used in cake preparation is of great importance.
Eggs are important too. It’s best to use eggs from the farmer’s market. They have brighter yolks. If you can’t make it to the farmer’s market, consider getting organic eggs at Whole Foods Market.
Eggs I like to use for baking.
I like Heritage Blue & Brown Happy Egg Co.
Eggs by Heritage Blue & Brown Happy Egg Co. can be both white and brown.
Kerrygold Pure Irish Butter Unsalted works best for baking.
Organic honey I use for baking cakes.
Cali Raw Honey is my favorite to use for cooking.
How to Make Honey Cake:
- Melt sugar, honey and butter in a saucepan, and stir the ingredients.
- Add baking soda and stir. The mixture should become lighter and twice bigger.
- Remove the saucepan from the heat, add eggs and mix well.
- Add flour, mix well until you get thick pastry.
- Wrap the pastry in a food film or any plastic wrap and place it in the fridge for half an hour.
- Divide the pastry into 8 parts and shape 8 rolls.
- Roll out each piece and trim the edge.
- Bake each layer for 3-5 minutes in the oven at 356 degrees Fahrenheit.
- To make the cream sift the flour and put it into a saucepan, add sugar and milk, stir well. Boil at low temperatures until it gets thick. Then let it cool down. Pour cooled milk mixture into a blender cup, add condensed milk and melted butter, mix all the ingredients well.
- Spread cream on each layer, sprinkle every second layer with crushed walnuts. Make sure you spread the cream onto the cake edges too. When the cake is ready decorate is with sugar food paper of your favorite design. In my case I used Colon Broom bottle design.
- Enjoy your cake.
My honey cake and the bottle of ColonBroom look alike.
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I use my home food printer to make exclusive decorations for my baked products.