I liked the idea of pairing Joanna’s rustic style pedestals and vases with dainty little cakes and the first cake to come to mind was miniature meringue pavlovas. If you look carefully, you’ll notice that of the three “pavlovas,” only one of them is topped with whipped cream (which is customary for this Aussie dessert), while the others I left topless. I used some of my fancy piping tips to create some very feminine piles of meringue.
For those of you who've been following my story for awhile know I'm completely in love with decorating and stacking doughnuts. I feel like Haute Stacker can literally and figuratively elevate doughnuts to the status of wedding cake or gourmet dessert. Never before have doughnuts been so beautiful and sophisticated, but I'm just as excited about all the other possibilities Haute Stacker offers for all the other sweet favorites.
A couple months ago I hired a fantastic local videographer, Nate Gasaway from Goswen Visual Marketing, to create my commercials for Haute Stacker. Holy Cow! He's AMAZING! I'm just starting to get some of the preliminary commercials back and couldn't be more happy about how this first one turned out!
I love this idea so much...it's so easy and in about 2 minutes you can turn ordinary breakfast into something beautiful. Usually, I'm creating beautiful towers of doughnuts (or donuts) and pretty little cakes, but Haute Stacker works equally well with other pastries, breads and foods. These bagels are from Panera and
For this Haute Stacker, I just ordered Old Fashioned doughnuts from Dunkin' Donuts. They're very simple and have no frosting or icing, which makes for a perfect canvas to pipe your frosting or in my case, melted white chocolate.