6.17.2011

A New Day Has Come

Hello everyone. This is my first blog post on NayabLoves where I’m just going to be positing tidbits from my life, beauty related stuff, lots of makeup and real life pictures. I’ll try to keep the posts regular and documents my life so when I look back after 10 years, I can remember what was going on when I was living the very last of my teenage years. (I turn 19 in a month!)

Here are a few cupcakes I baked and decorated long time back when I wasn't working and had free time, ahh! Those were the days, not to worry though. I quit my job and have moved on to better and much more comfortable things.






Betty Crocker Super Moist Dark Chocolate Cake Mix was used along with Nestle Dessert Cream and sprinkles from Lola's Bakery( I went to England a while back to parrt-aayyy, lol, for vacationing). This was the first time I was attempting to pipe my whipped cream and decorate my cuppies, so go easy on me :)
Until next time, tc.


6 comments:

  1. Those cupcakes look yum. I am looking forward to reading your posts. I wish you lots of luck with your blog!

    All the best,
    Voe.
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  2. Which whipped cream have u used for decorating the cupcakes ???

    BTW the cup cakes are so yum :)

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  3. I used the Nestle Dream Desserts Whipping Cream. It is VERY hard to come across, so if you are into baking and creams I suggest you pick up a few if you come across them!

    Glad you liked them :)

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  4. @Nayabloves :

    Really did u use Nestle Dream desserts cream???

    I have tried to make the Nestle milkpak tetrapack cream whipped but it didnot work out for me :(. I have heard that the tetra pack creams are not made to use as whipping cream :(.
    is that so ???

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  5. YES! Absolutely! The tetrapack creams never work as whipping ones. I've wasted numerous packs of creams trying to get it to whip but it just wouldn't.

    The only Pakistani whipping cream that actually whips is the Nestle Dream Desserts one which costs Rs.60-70. If you can't find that then you'll just have to buy the imported one's but they cost ALOT! Like Rs.800 per can :/

    Btw don't confuse the Dream Desserts cream by Nestle with the other ones. It has a green packaging and is one of their relatively newer creams.

    Hope the info helps :)

    Best of luck in trying to find it cuz it's very hard to come across!

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