Latest Cakes and Oatmeal Cookies Recipe

Loom Band
Not a loom band fan actually but I enjoyed making this cake because it’s quite therapeutic hahaha! No really. I’ve made so many circles or rings out of fondant in an attempt to make a nice looking bracelet or whatever but it’s too hard since fondant are not that elastic.  Below is my end result. No bracelet.  Just a chain. But it works.
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Mickey Mouse

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My inspiration

I had to watch Mickey Mouse again before making a cake for Joshua.  I noticed that the Mickey Mouse cartoon has changed a lot since I first enjoyed it years ago. It has become very educational, teaching kids alphabets, shapes, numbers, friendship etc.   Joshua love this particular episode —Mickey’s Choo Choo Express Train – This cute train spit out rails and Mickey as the engineer.   My daughter watched this with me and she loved it as well.  Below is the end result.  A train cake with sweets and 12 cupcake toppers for chocolate cupcakes.
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Oatmeal Cookies Recipe 
I bake almost all my presents with love.
god! thats so cheesy.
Rewind <<<<<<
Bake your presents this Christmas.  Try this really good oatmeal cookies recipe!
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340 grams Salted Butter, softened
300 grams White Sugar
2 grams Salt
2 pieces large egg yolks
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
340 grams flour
5 grams baking soda
130 grams rolled oats
110 grams corn flakes


Using a hand mixer or electric mixer, cream together butter and sugar and salt till light and fluffy.  Add in the yolks.  Cream it again.

In a separate bowl mix flour and baking soda.  Pour this mixture in the butter-sugar-egg mixture. And mix well on medium speed.

Spoon in the rolled oats and corn flakes.  Bake at 325F for 12 minutes.   Let it cool and Enjoy!

Ps. If you need the personalized sticker like the one in the cookie jar you may email me at or message me on my facebook fan page and I will send you the file.



5 thoughts on “Latest Cakes and Oatmeal Cookies Recipe

  1. Pingback: A Christmas Addiction: One Hundred and Ten Gingerbread Man + Recipe | Artistic Milestones

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