Monday, March 19, 2007

Chocolate cake by Kavin

My son's teacher Miss Susan had asked me to involve him in baking so that he will have fun with the flour and eggs. Initially I was a little hesitant as I myself have done baking just twice so far , and that too muffins only. But when I saw him making brownies with his teacher I decided to try doing cake atleast for my son's sake. Still, I didn't get convinced. Finally Kavin made the cake with his teacher and I watched. All that I did was helping Kavin in frosting & decorating the cake.
This cake is on my blog to applaud my son's effort. Wondering why I'm bragging about my son so much? Yes...he is 3 years old and helps me in the kitchen. . I never did cooking until 22 years. So, I'm really proud of my son.


rv said...

Thats a nice pic of the cake you have there dear:) and yeah you must be really happy when u saw ur son's efforts:) Baking is easy,i had almost given up the hope for baking as my cakes always tasted bitter the first few times i made, then one last time i tried my not using any electric blender and using just hands to mix and combine everything, and it just came out good:) u too try that way, iam sure u will be able to bake one for your son :) take care ....i too have a blog, do visit when u get time.

Jeena said...

Hey Kribha what a great chocolate cake no wonder you are proud of your son. :)

Kribha said...

Hi RV,
First of all, tons and tons of sorry for my late reply. I just don't know how I missed it. Anyway, 'thankyou' so much for your valuable comment and your tip. will surely try it next time. I'll visit your blog right away and add you to my list.

Hi Jeena,
Thank you dear for your kind comment. Glad you liked it.

meeso said...

Wow, that cake looks really great! Kids are so cute in the kitchen, I even have my daughters pic on my blog, she was baking her birthday cake last year :)

Kribha said...

Hi Meeso,
Thankyou so much dear. I know, I've seen your daughter baking too. Looks like she is a budding chef too.