A Hungarian economist, Adrienn Sabján, started confectionery as a hobby in 2011, and in the last few years, she has been constantly improving her recipes and techniques. On 25 July, Adrienn opened her takeaway confectionery in the capital’s 13th district. Cake to go Budapest offers a wide selection of French-style, traditional Hungarian pastries, macarons, realistic food cakes, as well as traditional cakes, delicious gelato, and coffee.
Adrienn specialises in realistic food cakes, and her creations have been featured on the TV show Ide süss!, on Nosalty, Cookta, Szerlek Magyarorszag, Index, and in Meglepetés (Surprise) magazine. In 2019, she decided to publish her cookbook Hobbicukrászat Alapoktól a mesterfokig (Hobby Confectionery: From the Basics to the Advanced Techniques).
Featuring basic baking techniques, 35 cake recipes, guidelines for gluten- and lactose-free variations, and numerous tips and tricks, this book is perfect for both beginners and advanced confectioners. Unfortunately, it is only available in Hungarian. In order to complement her online ordering options and provide an opportunity for baking workshops, Adrienn opened Cake to go Budapest in Petneházy Street, Travelo reports.
Adrienn’s repertoire includes a number of deceptive food cakes, flower cakes, cakes inspired by everyday objects, books, and movies. We have collected some of her most impressive creations. Which one is your favourite?
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