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Vroom Vroom.. Vroom... and now you can zoom to see sugar models and cake creation presented and displayed at the 39th annual cake show in Bangalore. This formula 1 car is a dummy model with sugar creatives and edible food stickers as logo and branding. The size of the model being 4 feet x 2 feet x 2 feet high and was worked in 6 days for shaping and drying the sugar.

Sam and his team of IBCA student's worked their best to achieve this. The venue where displayed is St. Joseph School grounds near UBCity. Be there and share the sweet creation with your loved ones.
Working on this building must have been as difficult as the original but we achieved getting the shape and structure to the AL Burj building of dubai to Bangalore's 39th annual cake show happening at St Joseph school grounds.

Shaping the sugar model, working with edible food coloring and additional fixtures were the challenges we faced, after which we added some miniature sugar cars, trees and road to show the structural highness. Another beautiful work made at Institute of Baking by Sam and the students team.
Peacock Wedding Cake

Wedding Bride Mannequin Cake

This elegant 4.5 feet tall Green fondant covered tier cake was completed with white impression motif and royal icing pullout. The tiers are separated with round gum-paste pearls and a wedding topper kept above. A difficult yet interesting arrangement made at IBCA for 39th annual cake show in Bangalore, happening at St. Joseph school grounds and you will be able to view this upto 31st December. Be there to learn more...
100 Years of Indian Cinema Cake
Fairyland Cake
Pirate Ship Cake

Wedding Bride Mannequin Cake

Institute of Baking present at the Annual Cake Show with 15 Models

39th annual cake exhibition that is being held at St. Joseph’s Indian High School grounds on Vittal Mallya Road till the end of the month.

The cake model of the Charminar, which is 18-foot tall, occupies the pride of place at the exhibition. C. Ramachandran (74), former director of Nilgiris, said that nearly five tonnes of sugar, several kilos of cream and hundreds of eggs have been used to sculpt the masterpiece in cake. It took 40 people nearly 60 days to make the cake, whose total area is 22 sq ft, he said.

The other models that are on display include a cruise liner, a fashion model and a dragon. A special exhibit is of a cake to commemorate 100 years of Indian cinema.

Another attraction is a rose cake that made up of roses made from cream. The organisers say that the person who correctly guesses the number of roses on the cake will get to take it home after the exhibition. “It was a challenge to decide on the concepts this year,” said Manish Gaur, Director at Institute of Baking and Cake Art. The entry fee for the exhibition, which will be held till December 29. It is open between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m.

Not to be missed are the shoe shop, an Indian bride, a water slide, a replica of the Burj Al Dubai, a wedding cake with around 2000 roses adorning it, a Rapunzel castle and several other enormous cakes.


Shoe Shop Cake
Rupanzil Storybook Tower cake
Pink Roses Wedding Cake
Dragon Cake