Dr. Seuss Hat In Rkt ?

Decorating By chanielisalevy Updated 8 Mar 2009 , 8:15am by vcm_9

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chanielisalevy Posted 8 Mar 2009 , 5:59am
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I'm making a 3 tiered cake in a Cat-In-The-Hat theme and will top ot with a red and white hat made out of home made rice crispies. I need any advice you can offer in molding the rice crispie treats. I can't use the store bought ones so

1- any good recipes and adjustments needed aside from crushing the cereal?

2- what do I coat it with before I cover in fondant, or will the marshmallow fluff make it sticky enough?

Thanks for any advice!

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Molly2 Posted 8 Mar 2009 , 6:11am
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I have made some things from the RKT I use the org. recipe and I make it ahead of time I like to put it in a big zip lock bag and reheat them they seem to harden and stick together better I al coat them with butter cream frosting I hope this helps


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vcm_9 Posted 8 Mar 2009 , 8:15am
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I have seen the crispies being smoothed over with a lathering of melted white chocolate. I hope this helps you...maybe to smooth out any last minute imperfections??

ANYWAY, PLEASE post the pic once you are done, I am doing a Dr Seuss cake for my sons first birthday, and would love to see some inspiration. (I might just do the hat though)

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