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12 Cakes of Christmas #11: German Gingerbread Snow Globe
By Lauren Kathryn on Dec 23, 2015 at 1:00 pm in Rustic
Aimee Twigger, the sweet genius behind British baking blog Twigg Studios, transports us back to childhood, with all its unspoiled wonder, and brings out the magic of Christmas through a whimsically festive cake fashioned into an entirely edible snow globe, complete with a flurry of snowflakes (sugar!) and a miniaturized woodland scene featuring a wintering doe among tiny trees (rosemary!). The confection is based on classic lebkuchen, a German gingerbread treat, and the secret to the sphere is gelatin. Savor these photos of her enchanting confection, and get thee to her blog post haste to learn how you can recreate this perfect little dome of holiday happiness.
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