The rantings of a wife, mother, amateur baker and RCP with poor sleep hygiene.
i love this cake.
oh, i am thinking so much. you are really my hero and i am embarrassed that you visit my blog and see my baking atrocities. i bow down to your frosting skills and i wish i could have a day in your kitchen so that you could teach me just basically how to get the frosting ON TO SOMETHING. ;o) oh, and i gave a shout out to you and your blog today. hope that's okay. if not, let me know and i'll remove it. :D
Love this! Great job!
Monica- I have had more than my share of cake wrecks. I am at your disposal if you ever have questions for me. all i have learned has been trial and error, an of course, YouTube (there is a video for everything which is both awesome and horrifying at the same time)Your cake pops looked good to me. :)
What a beautiful job!How did you do this? Can you share your idea? PLEASE???
The red frosting tasted terrible, but looked great. I crumb coated it in refused yellow fondant cut in the rough shape you see. Piped frosting from a bag with no tip and kind of sculpted it as needed. The eyes are black fondant cut in the eyes shape. I suppose you could print and enlarge. I enlarged on my tablet and traced them.
I would definitely go with the white ninja next time.
tell me what you really think....