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Wedding Cake Gone Naked

I’m sure you never thought you’d hear this one, but according to the latest wedding trends, the cake has gone naked. That’s right y’all! The cake decided to strip and go ‘au natural’.

The Naked Cake

The Naked Cake

Nowadays, it all boils down to eating right and staying healthy and fit. Your wedding day should be no exception. So, instead of indulging and eating complex carbohydrates, sugar, frosting and cake fondant on your wedding, you’ll be nibbling the healthy naked cake, with organic, all-natural frosting, decorated with lots of fresh forest fruit and fresh flowers.

Although naked, the cake can endure some decorations

Although naked, the cake can endure some decorations

All joking aside, making a naked cake with all the details and decorative elements turns out to be much more difficult than having the fondant holding it all together. The naked cake is definitely more of an art than the cakes we usually admire. In addition, it is delicious and you can have two pieces without feeling guilty later.

Simple, healthy, beautiful and rich in taste

Simple, healthy, beautiful and rich in taste

Whatever you may think, you will not be limited in terms of flavours if you decide to go with a naked cake. Anything goes and the options are limitless. From chocolate-raspberry, lemon and carrot, coffee and caramel, peanut butter and double, dark chocolate fudge to strawberry and honey, as well as ginger and vanilla. Sounds about as decadent as it gets, doesn’t it? If you think about it, who needs fondant anyway? You just need a great pastry chef to make your dreamy, healthy, tasty naked cake. Something just like the one below. Mmmmmm…

Feeling tempted yet?

Feeling tempted yet?

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