3 of the Trendiest Cakes of 2018 -- and How to Make Them!
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You've seen them on Instagram. You've spotted them on Pinterest. You've drooled over them at your bakery.
And now, you're going to find out how to bring them to life!
Say hello to the trendiest cakes of 2018 (so far!): the watercolor cake (an ombre masterpiece), the naked cake (a rustic-inspired favorite among brides right now) and the Swiss dot cake (that retro touch!).
And the man we brought in to show you how it's done? None other than the "Cake Boss" himself, Buddy Valastro.
Read on, cake lovers! (a.k.a. All. Of. Us!)
Buddy mixed three different colors of icing to get the ombre effect of this tiered cake just right.
Swiss Dot Cake
Even Rach, who happily calls herself "baking challenged," could swing adding chocolate polka dots to this old school-inspired beauty!
Get more tips in the video above!
Naked wedding cakes are ALL over Pinterest right now, and no wonder! The icing style gives the dessert a "homemade" charm. And all it takes is a little less icing than the usual (but probably more than you think!).