Do you have a question for John and Charlotte?

Are you battling with your butter icing? Having trouble with your texturising or perhaps you have some problems with your piping? We want to hear from you if you have a cake decorating question!

Our cake experts John Whaite and Charlotte White will be answering your questions on Monday 20 April.

Get in touch via Twitter (using #LetThemTweetCake), Facebook or by emailing, by 9am on Monday 20 April and we may use your comments on the show. You must be 18 and over, for terms and conditions visit

Choose a cake for John and Charlotte to make!

On Thursday 23 April John and Charlotte will be on the show to conclude our fantastic Let Them Tweet Cake baking and decorating campaign - and to mark the occasion will make a special cake of your choice!

Simply cast your vote in the below poll by midday on Tuesday April 22 and they'll put their heads together to bring you the best possible version of that type of cake. Which will it be?

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Let Them Tweet Cake recipes

Eton Mess cake

Our resident expert baker John Whaite, and author of Deliciously Decorated and Burlesque Baking Charlotte White of Restoration Cake are with for two weeks, bringing us the best baking and cake decorating tips.

Plus, Charlotte has kindly given us a few extra recipes from her books.

Meanwhile, we'd love to see your cake creations at home. Show us your cakes by posting them to us on Twitter and Instagram using #LetThemTweetCake.

Choose a cake for John and Charlotte to make on Thursday's show

See our pick of cakes tweeted in by you

Miss Cherry Shakewell cake

Get the recipes

Glamorous ganache cake

I had heard tales of folk who do not like sugarpaste icing so this would be a great alternative for them. Oddballs.

– Charlotte White

Ganache covered cakes can be glamorous too! I hope that this design will inspire you to take a few of the techniques that we regularly use for sugarpaste covered cakes and drag them kicking and screaming into chocolate.

You will need to make Charlotte's chocolate mud cake first, to decorate.