So Unfortunatly, I was such in a rush to get ready and get to my father-in-law's birthday party that I completely forgot to take a picture of my latest creation. So this cake was made with guava. My father in law loves guava. When I dating my boyfriend (hubby now), I recall my father in law eating soda crackers with cheese and guava paste. This is very cuban thing to do...lol. I have never eaten it like this but I have had cuban guayaba pastelitos. They are soooo good!!! If you're ever in Miami, FL, go to the nearest Vickey Bakery and get one. They sell one with cheese too!
Well I used the following recipe from Alohaworld.com. I didn't do the glaze because at first was going to cover the cake with fondant but then decided on just coating it with cream cheese frosting. I also mixed the forsting with some guava marmelade for for the filling. It was really good. I just invented some stuff with this cake like the juice it calls for, I used Guava Nectar. Not sure if this changed much but thought I mention it in case you wanted to try it. Except for the actual cake recipe, I invented a few things that I thought would taste good and did! My in laws and sister in law and her family loved it. The cake was super moist too.
I also cut out some fondant lettering for his name. Says Happy Birthday in spanish and cut out some stars, tried to make it look cute. :) I tried to keep it simple.