Complimenting Flavors

by Karen
(Eatonton, Georgia)

Unless its just a trial and error type thing, how do I know which flavors work well together (cake itself, icing and filling)?

I just completed my first Wilton course going into second..now Im hooked.

My parents 49th anniversary is April 2...I want to make them a stacked two layer (6" and 10" round pans)with roses and some basketweaving..I'm having a difficult time choosing flavors...can someone help me?

Karen

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Flavor Combinations
by: Michelle (admin)

Hi Karen,

Flavor combinations can be tricky since everyone has their own favorites. Here are a few of my 'never fail' favorites to get you started:

1. Lemon & ginger - something like lemon ginger pound cake with lemon curd filling.

2. White chocolate, lemon & blueberry - try White Chocolate, Lemon & Blueberry cake with white chocolate ganache filling.

Other good combinations would be:
*White chocolate, raspberry & ginger
*Blueberry & lemon
*Chocolate & coffee
*Orange & dark chocolate

Good luck!
Regards,
Michelle (editor)

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