come and go all the time, but with social media dominating the scene, a trend
can turn into a full-on craze very soon. 2022’s definitely dished out some
exciting new dessert trends that you can’t miss. So, read on to keep up with
what’s cooking in the world of baking.
cake becomes your canvas with this artistic, abstract decorating technique.
Popular with beginners, palette knife painting is a great way to learn the
basics of cake decoration. All you need to use is the tip of your knife, or
angled spatula and create designs on cake with buttercream. Palette Knife
Painting is a fun, creative way to use up leftover buttercream and develop your
international treat that’s popular in 2022 is the Japanese Mochi. Japanese
mochis are little scoops of ice cream wrapped in a thin layer of rice dough.
The soft, pudgy dollops will melt in your mouth and are packed with flavour.
dessert boards is one trend that’s blowing up on social media. A dessert
charcuterie board is like a cheese board that’s filled with all things sweet.
They can be customised to your taste and you can add anything you like to them.
Dessert boards are perfect for celebrating holidays like Christmas, Halloween,
and Valentine’s Day. For Indian festivals like Holi or
Diwali, a dessert board with Indian sweets would definitely be a big hit with
two-tiered cakes have taken the year by storm and we can’t stop raving about
them. Mini cakes are a delight to look at and easy to make. Just bake a large
sponge and whip up a batch of buttercream. Use the cookie cutter of your choice
and chomp out circles. Stack them together and coat with a thick layer of
buttercream. Add edible flowers and sprinkles and you have the perfect mini
cake in no time! These adorable, exquisite desserts are perfect for weddings,
birthdays or any other celebration.
Japanese dessert that’s gone viral in 2022 is dango. Dango is a Japanese rice
flour dumpling eaten all year round. It’s shaped like a ping pong ball and
typically served on a skewer of 3 to 5 dumplings. Dangos are served with
different toppings. Some popular ones include anko dango, covered with red bean
paste, cha dango, flavoured with green tea, and goma dango, topped with sesame
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