Oops! What’s this? Concerning its colors, this dripping cake truly isn’t a typical autumn treat. You might expect cotton candy or other colourful sweets. But behind its bright colours are autumnal flavours. I mean, what tastes more like autumn than a cinnamonic apple-buttercream cake?
Of course, this cake would look awesome in a brownish garment, but while baking this cinnamonic apple-buttercream cake, I was in a sort of sensual frenzy where I tried color combinations of a Granny Smith green and a really intensive pink. This combined with my wish to try those gigantomaniac cake creations called dripping cakes, it isn’t surprising that I ended up with this colourful explosion.
I have been afraid of this dripping glaze, which is actually pretty easy. You just have to be a little bit more patient, which I obviously wasn’t the first time. My first try has been so runny, there was more of it on the kitchen counter than on the cake itself. I just couldn’t wait for the cake and the ganache to have the perfect temperature so that they could come together in this dripping harmony.
Well, let’s get to the basics. Here is the recipe for my cinnamonic apple-buttercream cake:
Don’t worry if your drips don’t look perfect. I had to do them twice and they are still not picture-perfect.
With this in mind,