A woman in the U.K. has created a massive cake to thank healthcare workers on the frontlines during the pandemic. Rosie Dummer was asked to prepare a dessert for the show “Amazing Cakes and Bakes” and decided to create a tribute to hospital workers with her chocolate cake she calls “A Hug for Christmas.”
The six-foot chocolate cake shows a life-size Santa hugging a nurse and each of its 17-layers is soaked with orange syrup and has chocolate orange frosting. Dummer spent 16-hours a day for two weeks creating and sculpting the impressive confection. And when it was finished, she donated it to staff at the Royal Bolton Hospital, where 12-hundred staff members were treated to a slice.
Dummer says this is one of the most difficult cakes she’s ever baked but she was happy to be able to use her skills to show gratitude. “This year has been such a strange and difficult year for everyone,” she says. “But I want to help in the only way I know how - with some time and a bit of icing. I just want to say thank you.”
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