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Patriotic Apple Pie Pockets

  With the Fourth of July just around the corner, my cookie brain is dreaming in red, white and blue. Pretty, tasty and portable, these apple pie pockets are sure to be a hit at any barbeque!   First things first... decide whether you want to make your apple pie pockets the homemade way or the faster, more convenient way. If you're pressed for time, purchase ready made refrigerated pie crust from the grocery store. If you're feeling more adventurous, you can make your pie crust from scratch. I highly recommend Smitten Kitchen's All Butter, Really Flaky Pie... read more

Owl Cupcake Topper

                      How To make an Owl Cupcake Topper using your Heart cutter and No.8 I believe this pictorial is very easy to follow (No need to write any descriptions)... On Step 11 I used a drinking straw to create some texture on owl’s body (this step is optional); I used some pretzels for the wood, you can also make it with fondant- if you want- you can change the colours and come up with many other cute designs that matches’ your party themes. Happy decorating   Fancy Topcake read more

Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Rice Krispie Treats

  Don't worry about having room in your pantry to store these babies... with a combination of ooey gooey marshmallows, rich dark chocolate, and lip smackin peanut butter, they won't last long!   Prepare by buttering a 9" x 13" pan and chopping up dark chocolate Reese's peanut butter cups into quarters until you have 1 cup. Set aside. (If you can't find dark chocolate Reese's, feel free to use the original ones, I won't tell.)     Then, begin by melting 6 tablespoons of butter over low heat in a large pot and adding 2 packages of marshmallows (10.5 oz... read more

How To Make a Fondant Converse Sneaker Shoe - Template & Video

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3D Elmo Cake!!

How I made my Elmo cake. Thanks for watching read more

Super Hero Cake Pops

    Supplies for Super Hero Cake Pops To make Super Hero Cake Pops you will need: • Cake pops on sticks, made from your favorite cake pop recipe • Blue candy melts • Red soft eating liquorice or Fruit Roll Ups • Red disco dust • Meringue powder • A small, food-safe paint brush • A styrofoam block or cake pop stand     How to Make Super Hero Cake Pops   Start by cutting your Fruit Roll Ups or liquorice into the shapes of super hero capes and chest emblems. Fold the narrower edge of the cape upward so that it will attach to your cake... read more

10 Quick and Easy steps to making a perfectly beautiful 3D figures by Karen Fernando

10 Quick and Easy steps to making  perfectly beautiful 3D figures using only Fondant, Modeling Chocolate, Corn Starch and Gumpaste By Karen Fernando of Royal Aidan Cakes   Please review the attached document                                              read more

How to make an Eiffel Tower

    Hello Everyone,   This is my very first time making a tutorial so please forgive any common mistakes that I might make. If you have any questions please inbox me.    So I wanted to make an Eiffel Tower but I didn't have the time to make it out of RI. I found a few tutorials online on how to make it out of RI but nothing about gum paste. I knew that making it out of gum paste and RKT would be more stable for transportation especially since the delivery was in the bumpy streets of NY. We'll I tried by best and here is the ending... read more

Ruffled Fondant Flower

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Calendar Cookies Video Tutorial

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