A ballerina-turned-baker was the star of a previous post here.  Today, I’d like to show you a few creations by another artist who ventured into the world of confectionery. Heather Baird used to paint and work in galleries for painters, sculptors, glass blowers, textile artists and other artisans as a career. Now she creates art in the form of “desserts that are as artful as they are delicious.” The best part: Heather shares her passion for making beautiful, delectable sweets by posting free recipes and decorating ideas on her blog SprinkleBakes. That’s certainly more than just a sprinkling of love, don’t you think?

Raspberries and Cream Macarons Pantone SprinkleBakes


Sprinkle Bakes French Toasted Angel Food Cake

Pink Vanilla Pocky Cake1

SprinkleBakes Mint Chocolate Mousse Cake

SprinkleBakes Roy G Biv Rainbow Cupcakes

Sprinkle Bakes Key Lime Swirl Cheesecake Bars3

SprinkleBakes Princesse Torte Cupcakes 735aee3ca5a8358f892dc9438e392b370

(1) Raspberries and Cream Macarons, (2) Marvelously Marbled Citrus Cheesecake, (3) French Toasted Angel Food Cake, (4) Pink Vanilla Pocky Cake,  (5) Mint White Chocolate Mousse Cake, (6) Rainbow Frosting Cupcake, (7) Keylime Swirl Cheesecake, (8) Princess Torte Cupcakes, (9) Spumoni Mousse Cake

All images taken from SprinkleBakes


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