What is Prince Harry’s Favourite Cake?! | Meningitis Now

What is Prince Harry’s Favourite Cake?! | Meningitis Now


Hello! So, we’re here today with Hetty from Hetty’s Tea Party ahead of the Royal Wedding. We were getting quite excited by this because Meghan and Harry are getting married on the 19th May and we thought we need a bit bit of inspiration to help us
bake, so who better to go to than Hetty. Hopefully this will inspire you to host your very own Right Royal Time 4 Tea. You can bake, you can eat cake all whilst raising vital funds
for people who have been affected by meningitis. So Hetty, what are we baking today? So I did
a little bit of research and I found out that Harry’s favourite cake when he was growing
up was a banana and caramel cake, so I thought we’d roll with that and turn it into a centrepiece,
show-stopper, so that when you’re fundraising you’ve got something to really draw people’s
attention and hopefully be irresistible to help you raise lots of funds. Amazing! Let’s get going! I’ve put some butter cream in the middle and I’ve also done a cheeky little puddle of salted caramel in the middle, so when you cut it open it should all ooze out. In terms of decorating on the
top, just do whatever you like really, I’ve got a little bit of salted caramel leftover. You can add some peanut butter into the caramel icing which is really nice as well if you
want a little bit of a variation of it. There are all sorts of things you can put on top,
I’m probably just going to go with banana, caramel and some chocolate chips today but
you can also do different kinds of nuts, your favourite nuts, or even caramel shards, or
different types of brittle. I’ve smeared that on so it’s kind of messy delicious. Then I’m
going to take some fresh banana. So I’ve decided to go with white chocolate chips today. I think actually some grated chocolate or chocolate curls might be really nice on this. MORE caramel
because why not? I like the drizzly bits, so it looks really sticky and drippy and tempting,
so hopefully people that you’re fundraising with are not going to be able to resist! A
little bit of extra fun for the Royal Wedding you can add some gold to it and just some
extra little gold balls here. I think if you do most of the decoration around the edge it kind of does imply a little bit of a crown, a little bit of Royal-ness. Positively bejewelled!
There we go and see who can say no to that! And what a great thing to do! What a great
thing to do. What a great thing to do [Laughing]

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