See the $ 60 wedding cake made entirely from Woolies mud cake
Let’s face it, you can’t fault the Woolies Mud Cake.
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Whether it was a master chef or just a desire to be more creative in the kitchen, the fact is that the food has taken on an artistic quality lately. Restaurants are now just as likely to serve a tasting menu that requires you to use EarPods that play back the sounds of the sea while you slice into your bite-sized seafood main course as they serve bread at the table – only you can expect the bread to be made from activated charcoal, not just from Gluten can be produced. When it comes to cakes, we’ve seen famous chefs turn the old sponge into a new classic, something that looks too good to eat. But honestly, there is one cake that comes first in our book: the Woolies Mud Cake.
Say what you want, but the Woolies mud cake is a five star delicacy. Moist, rich, and with the kind of chocolate ganache frosting that leaves your knees weak. It’s a far cry from the average wedding cake, however, and only costs $ 4 a piece when the average wedding cake can make a couple of $ 500. Yikes
And in an accomplishment we can only respect, a Victorian woman, Silvina Werner, turned her friend out of 11 Woolies mud cakes into a truly spectacular wedding cake and gave her back only $ 57 for a three-tier masterpiece.
Silvina went to the Woolies / Coles Mudcake Hacks Facebook group to share her performance. All we can say from the pictures is that she should be proud. She titled her post: “Wedding cake I made for a friend. A total of 11 choc mud cakes from Woolies. The lower tier consists of 4 cakes each made of 2 mud cakes, the second tier consists of 2 mud cakes, and for the third tier I cut a mud cake into 2 smaller ones. Betty Crocker buttercream between the layers and the coating. Fresh flowers delivered by the bride. Proud of my efforts. “
She even revealed how she did it. “To make the bottom tier of the cake, I used a total of 8 mud cakes. I lined a larger can with cheerful wrap and squeezed 2 mud cakes together to make a big one. It’s not as tall as a regular cake but worked well as it’s the perfect height for a layer. Once they were in the expanded can, I just wrapped them up and froze until they were needed. The middle tier only consists of 2 normal sized mud cakes with cut off icing and the top tier I cut a cake into two smaller ones. “
Get this woman on master chef.