9 Fancy Dessert Images
Today we have a delightful collection of Fancy Dessert Images! They’re here. The cakes are here! Many of you have requested some fun vintage cake images. I have actually been searching for wonderful cakes for over a year now, and I finally found a rare, and spendy, German confectionery cookbook. Several of the elaborate cake and pudding images below are from this jewel. Many of these cakes are so ornate that they don’t actually look like cakes at all. All are nice Fancy Dessert pictures to use in your Collage or Card Making projects. I hope you like these images and that you will find them useful.
Vintage Dessert Clipart
Above are three amazing cakes from the confectionery cookbook. It’s not French, but it is European! The ‘well and bucket’ cake that you see in the center above is an example. The cake at the top is more traditional in look and feel. Although it looks more like a Birthday Party Hat to me. The bottom cake is obviously a Fort. I love the turrets! See the cannons along the bottom edge? I wonder how these cakes were created!
Colorful Fancy Dessert Images
The delicious looking treats featured above come from an 1860’s Cookbook! It is a page illustrating some Fancy Desserts. I love the fancy French one with the Cherries on it, and of course the Plum Puddings. Please note that I have included these two separately below! These pictures are really firing up my sweet tooth!
Ooh la la!! The cookbook of my dreams has finally arrived! And no, it’s not for the recipes, but for the wonderful graphics! This beautiful French Dessert is on an Ironstone platter. It is from an early copy of Mrs. Beeton’s Cookbook, circa 1860’s. The original version is black and white. I couldn’t help but make a pink and white one for you. I hope you like this treat!
This is a cute Vintage Christmas Plum Pudding Image. It sure makes me miss my Nana’s Plum Pudding that she used to send us every year at Christmas! The scan is from an Antique Cookbook. I hope you like it as much as I do!These two cakes pictured above are also from the 1860’s Cookbook. They are featured on the PDF Printable illustrating some Fancy Desserts that I have shared above! I love the French one with the Cherries on it! Isn’t it darling? The Plum Pudding at the bottom is simple but well presented on the platter!Here we have another Fancy Dessert from my 1860’s Mrs. Beeton’s Cookbook. This one is called a ‘Charlotte of Pears.’ Imagine the knife skills it takes to get those perfectly sized pears, then lining them up around the pudding!! Beautiful, but a lot of work!
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection. You might also like the over 90 Images in our Food Archives HERE!