Do you still remember my super awesome mousse cakes from Petite Patisserie at Shaftsbury Square, Cyberjaya? November is a month full of excitements and blessings!
Special thanks to Petite Patisserie, I have my very first DIY Birthday Cake for my 20th Birthday last week.
I was given a choice among these 3 best-selling flavours--- Chocolate, Strawberry and Mango.
But recently it has introduced a new, exotic flavour which I find it uncommon in Klang Valley area,
the tangy Passion Fruit flavour! So I thought, why don't I give it a try?
I chose a plain passion fruit mousse cake, and decorated it all by myself. Well, 20 years old is never too old for me, and I preferred adding colors to my cake. Let's see how it transforms from a plain Jane to something cheerful and funky!
DIY DECO: Three (3) Simple Steps
#1 Choose your toppings from various shapes and colors
#2 Arrange them according to your preference
#3 Wrap a ribbon around the cake
The mini butterfly coupled with stars, takes the centre stage, while I have some almonds laced with white chocolate surrounding the cake. Keeping it simple and minimalist, a piece of contrasting birthday ribbon is perfect to add to the vibrant decors.
Ta-daaa! My cake is done, full of sweetness and happiness.
I bet everyone who sees my cake would automatically crave a smile on their face!!
Since this is a passion fruit mousse cake, I ask for a small ice pack to keep it chilled
so that it doesn't melt easily under such hot weather during the day.
For your information, it is best consumed within 3 days upon purchase.
I believe, the best food on Earth is when I enjoy them with le family :)
Daddy and Mummy don't enjoy overly-sweetened stuff, and so true that the Passion Fruit Fantasy Mousse Cake is fruity and soft with natural flavours. Definitely no sweetness overload here!
I heard that another new flavour, Choco Berry Medley is now available at Petite Patisserie!
*limited stock* Don't forget to try on them now! :)