Friday, May 18, 2012

Lauren's Hope Food Allergy Bracelet Giveaway Winner Announced! Plus, A Cake Gallery

Lindsey Karr, you are the winner of our Lauren' Hope Medical ID giveaway! The random drawing was held using Congratulations! Lindsey, please e-mail me your address info and if you want a bracelet for a boy or girl, and I will forward it to Lauren's Hope! My e-mail is:

 And a huge thank you to everyone who submitted cake photos for our first ever Nut-Free Mom blog Cake Gallery! Talk about love on a plate. What beautiful creations, what lucky kids, what great parents, friends and family who helped create wonderful birthday memories. I got a little teary-eyed looking at these masterpieces and especially the happy kids celebrating with these amazing cakes. I can't think of a better or more joyful way to honor Food Allergy Awareness Week.

This is a long post, due to all of the photos, so take your time, enjoy these photos and get inspired for your next baking task! If I missed someone's photo in this post, I apologize--I got so many responses one may have slipped by. You will be featured in the next Cake Gallery and thanks again!

Anne was the first to join the gallery with this Rice Krispie cake creation
for her daughter with multiple food allergies.

Noah blowing out the candles on his giant cupcake mom Cathering baked
using Cherrybrook Kitchens allergy-friendly mix.

Lissa's lawnmower cake for her two-year-old son who loves lawn mowers!

LeeAnne also made this Superman-themed cake for her son.

Jane Anne's Hot Wheels racetrack cake for her son, David, is a work of art.
Jamie's daughter enjoyed a pink cake for her birthday party!
A cookie cake from Jamie, for her younger son's 3rd birthday.
Homa made this chocolate strawberry cake for her daughter's birthday using two Cybele Pascal recipes.
Jamie made this Star Wars cake for her son's 6th birthday...all of her kids have tree nut allergies.
LeeAnne created this awesome rocket cake for her 4-year-old son.
Cecilia created this adorable b-day cake for her daughter who loves Elmo.
Ali's son got this sea-worthy creation for his birthday.
Laine made this cool rocket ship cake for her young son with multiple food allergies.
Mom Ali had her daughter's Grammy made this bunny cake for her birthday.

Crystal made this for her adult daughter (also Crystal) for her baby shower. She said
it was her first time using fondant icing--great looking cake!
LeeAnn had a talented friend make this My Little Pony cake for her daughter Rylie's birthday.
Because I had such a huge response, a Cake Gallery will be a regular feature of the blog. And don't worry if you're not a cake baker and decorator. Next week I will have updated list of allergy-friendly bakeries that will do the work for you.


Unknown said...

Beautiful cake photos! We've got many talented cake decorators out there. Thanks so much for sharing.

Jane Anne said...

I love seeing all of these cakes! Thanks for sharing them. I am glad there will be more cake posts.

Jamie R said...

These cakes are so creative and beautiful! I'm glad we get to see more! :)

Anonymous said...

The things we do for our children!! These cakes are all amazing!!! Very talented parents. I know the efforts put in to making them as I have a child with multiple food allergies. I'd like to share a cake photo too. How do I do that?

Jenny said...

Queen Helene, we would love to have you. I will begin accepting photos to my e-mail address very soon, so stay tuned!