5 best drip cakes!
Cake trends come and go – who else is loving geode cakes right now?! – anyway, one trend that is definitely here to stay is the drip cake.
Delicious chocolate ganache, caramel or sauce, cooled into a permanent and oh-so moreish drip shape… it’s easy to see why we love them so much!
To bring us bakers some inspiration, I’ve put together a roundup of the 5 best drip cakes I’ve found, so get ready for some drool-worthy cakes!
I’ve been a huge fan of Jane’s Patisserie ever since I started my baking blog back in 2015… and her drip cakes only make me love her recipes more! This salted caramel drip cake looks utterly indulgent, especially with the beautiful buttercream piping and her signature Rolos on top – yum! If you like her style, check out her top 10 tips for baking right here!
I stumbled upon Bunty’s Wedding Cakes on Pinterest and fell in love with this wedding cake’s ombre design. The drips from each layer bring the whole cake together and add fun and flair to the cake, while the flowers introduce the soft romance every wedding cake needs.
The Bakedown Cakery have pulled out a show-stopper with this drip cake. The white chocolate drip lightens the green and blue tones of the icing, while the multi-coloured sprinkles on top bring the design together in a fantastic rainbow scheme. What better to decorate a cake with, than with a donut from @woahnellybakes?
Hint of Vanilla combine the watercolour cake and drip cake trends in this pretty pastel masterpiece. The strawberries add the perfect contrast to the softer shades of the cherry blossom.
On first look, this cake by Becky’s Biscuit Bases looks like a classic strawberry and chocolate drip cake – am I right? Then you look closer, and you start to see the pale rainbow ombre in the buttercream, tying in with the sprinkles on top. It’s stunning.