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Friday, September 18, 2009

Honey-Glazed Beehive Cake




Tonight at sundown marks the beginning of Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year. On Rosh Hashana, one of the many traditions is to dip apples and round challah in honey as we ask for a sweet New Year. Honey is used for many desserts during Rosh Hashana and I have been eyeing this Martha Stewart honey-glazed beehive cake for some time now. I am going to attempt to make this today for my family. This cake has yellow and black marzipan bumblebees to add extra charm. You can follow instructions on how to make marizpan bees here by simply adhering tinted marzipan to sliced almonds.



If you are not feeling so ambitious, you can order marzipan bumblebees from Marzipan World, a great source for a variety of shaped marzipan.

I hope this honey cake will be symbolic of the upcoming sweet year!

7 comments:

♥♥♥Ria♥♥♥ said...

Have a great Rosh Hashana Amy!Waiting to see your creation!

xx

Simply Colette said...

What a darling cake! Those little bees are so cute. Happy New Year! xoxo

Mrs. Limestone said...

I have a similar cake mold from Williams Sonoma and I love it. (The honey cake recipe is great too)

Its such a fun look.

Have a great holiday.

Joanna said...

I love this cake!

Bugs-n-Blooms said...

Very cute idea, thanks for sharing

http://www.bugs-n-blooms.com

Belinda Hutchinson said...

What a beautiful tradition and as always a gorgeous cake by the Marta Stewart team.

Lollipop Events and Designs said...

We made the bees for a baby shower that we did and they turned out fabulous! Haven't tried the actual cake though :) http://www.ilovelolliblog.com/2009/06/b-is-for-baby-shower/

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