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Kyrie Eleison
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cake poppin it up 
11th-Apr-2009 03:14 pm
Got white sticks and " edible pens"- so I decided to try them out on cake pops:)


First batch- cupcakes.....





As you can tell, I had a mishap with the food coloring- so the actual cake balls are a strange mustard yellow color... *shudders*

The cupcakes themselves turned out pretty well for my first time.  I am definately going to need my styrofoam next time- I ran out after like 8 pops.




Then I tried some bunnies.  I didn't want to spend loads of time on the bunnies..... they turned out looking like a strange combination  of a pig, cat, and the mouse from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie books.  




A bunny only a mother could love....






Then I moved on to chicks.  I decided I didn't want to get involved with more food coloring to make the chicks yellow- so they are my green-eyed albino chicks!





"Did you see that?"  "See what?  She forgot to give us eyes!"









For the future: 
I do not need to buy paramount crystals- melting the dots in a mug worked fine enough- and it was deep enough to dip the cake balls into. 

I do need to invest in better edible pens- I am sure the bunnies would have looked alot better with a black pen instead of blue (and bleeding red ears)


Cake balls can only be so big- I have a tray of heavy duds to account for that.



 


Comments 
13th-Apr-2009 06:02 pm (UTC)
Oh my! You are amazing!!
14th-Apr-2009 07:43 pm (UTC)
I think you should make this some sort of career. Downside is you might end up hating baking...

But seriously, maybe a side business on the weekends. Better yet, you can start a Thursday night Baking School--teach young people to bake like you. Or go to your local program that has night classes for adults and tell them you want to teach a class on artistic baking. That's only one or two nights a week.

Okay, now that we planned that part of your life, what is your first lesson going to be?
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