New York-based baker and pastry chef Napoleon G. Bouffier says he is making the perfect dessert for a festive holiday.
Mr Bouffiers says he uses a single recipe for each piece of cake he makes.
“My wife has been making these cakes for years and years and I was just like, ‘This is the perfect one!'” he said.
“It’s a beautiful cake and it’s the perfect decoration.
It’s not heavy, it’s not over the top, it has a little bit of depth to it.”
He says the Napoleon cake is the only dessert he makes from scratch, and has been experimenting with different recipes for years.
“I started to think about what I was making,” he said, “and it just took off.
I had my wife make the cake, I made a bunch of other cakes, and then I thought I’d try this one.”
The recipe for Napoleon cake, which Mr Boufier says is the most popular of his creations, is simple.
He makes a mixture of sugar, cocoa powder, butter, eggs and vanilla, and adds a few more ingredients to make it more complicated.
Mr G Bouffies says he’s tried to stay away from artificial colours, as it makes the cake hard to find.
“The cake is just really light and fluffy, so I don’t want to add any colour to it,” he says.
“When I add sugar to it, it makes it a bit heavier, which is why it’s a little more difficult to find.”
He said he usually mixes the cake in the morning, but sometimes makes it overnight.
Mr Boufiers has been baking cakes since 1995, and the recipes have grown in popularity over the years.
His recipes include cakes for Valentine’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day and New Year’s Eve.
Mr Tarrant says he has made the cake before, but never at the top of the list.
“This is one of my favourites, and I think people just love the way it looks,” he explains.
The cakes have been on the menu of local bakeries in Australia since 2012, and have been available in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand. “
If I can get my wife to make one of these for me, that would be great.”
The cakes have been on the menu of local bakeries in Australia since 2012, and have been available in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand.
“We’ve got a lot of people coming here, and we’re getting a lot more requests,” Mr Targall said.
Mr Caulfield said the cakes have also been popular with local people who work on their own properties.
“Our neighbours all have their own little parties, they’re having a picnic,” he told 7.30.
“Some people just want to do it on their land and they just want it to look beautiful, but some people will have their house decorated and they’ll have their cakes made.”
Mr Croucher has also had people coming to his shop to decorating their home, and he said the cake has become popular with the community.
“Most people just come here, they ask for a Napoleon, and people come here just for the cakes,” he explained.
“People love them.”
The Royal Canadian Mint has also been using Napoleon cake to decorates its coins.
“There are some very talented people in the Mint who are making them,” Mr Caughton said.
A Royal Canadian mint spokesman said the coins would be available for purchase online on Wednesday.
“At this time we are not offering a Napoleon Cake for sale,” the spokesman said.
The Royal British Legion has been using the cake for years, and it is still one of the most expensive cakes in the bakery.
Mr D’Aubigny said the Royal Canadian Legion was pleased to be a part of the cake-decorating trend.
“A lot of them have got a very fancy dress, and a lot have got very elaborate decorations, so we’re all very pleased to have them on our plates,” he joked.
“And we love them all.”