Guests love having individual cakes. Bake a sponge, then use
circular cutters in two sizes to make mini cakes.
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Ice each one. Stick a small cake onto a larger one with butter
cream icing and pipe a border at the paste and middle.
Put flour-paste butterfly cookie cutter, bend the wings and
leave to dry. Attach with royal icing.
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Cakes, £27.50 (vanilla, chocolate, lemon, orange or carrot),
The Cake Parlour, cake cutters, £9.50 for 11, Kitchencraft.co.uk.
Flour paste, £3.90 for 100g, The Cake Company. Butterfly cutters,
£2.75, Cakes, Cookies & Crafts. Royal icing, £4 for 500g,
sugarshack.co.uk. Places, £4.99, Zara Hope. Forks, 31p to hire,
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