Need Help To Make Edible Mcdonald's Spicy Chicken Sandwich And A Cup Of Iced Tea

Decorating By lovervenus Updated 14 Jan 2013 , 6:52pm by lovervenus

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lovervenus Posted 11 Jan 2013 , 8:32pm
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Hello. I have to make a cake in March with  2 McDonald's Spicy Chicken Sandwich's plain and a glass of iced tea for a cake. I have done some searchs and have not found anything on making spicy Chicken Sandwich or a glass of iced tea. They want it to look like what you would buy in a McDonald's store. I am sure the bun of the sandwich's and the cup for the tea will not be to much of a problem for me. The problem is how to get the spicy chicken for the sandwich and the ice and the tea. So any help will be grateful. Thanks

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-K8memphis Posted 12 Jan 2013 , 2:44pm
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the tea and ice are usually under a lid so i don't know how they would peel the lid off to even reveal the ice & the tea--but you could make a tea jelly and use big sugar crystals for the ice or pour some cooked sugar and then bust it up to make 'ice'


the chicken is it grilled or breaded & fried?


i would just start messing around with some fondant or american buttercream and whatever i thought  would mimic that surface--use some texturing--get some peaceful quiet time-let your brain and fingers fly


***i would buy the sandwich and tea to have a pattern to go by***


edited for typo

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Sassyzan Posted 12 Jan 2013 , 4:09pm
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AI'd look up hamburger cakes and tweak colors and textures from there.

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lovervenus Posted 12 Jan 2013 , 5:48pm
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The chicken is breaded and fried. I have looked at the pictures online and it looks like it has a red tint and black pepper flakes.


Thanks for the idea's that sounds like a great idea. I did think about buying them and taking pictures and see what I could work out from that point. Thanks again hope you both have a great day!!!!

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-K8memphis Posted 12 Jan 2013 , 6:07pm
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i'm not looking at the fried chicken just going from memory


these are just maybe/maybe not options for that crunchy looking texture:


  • wonder what potato flakes from instant mashed potatoes might do for texture


  • or panko--prolly too fine


  • or oatmeal! you could cut it the size you want on the cutting board or in a food processor maybe??


  • coconut takes color great


  • a few rice krispies tossed in?


  • crumpled aluminum foil to use as an impression?


  • if store bought edible glitter falls on a moist enough surface it melts in and looks polka dot-y in a weird way that might be used for the variance in texture and shading of a fried food


hope you might get to post a picture


best of the best to you

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savannahquinn Posted 13 Jan 2013 , 1:07am
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I don't know but I would so go to McDonalds and get some unused wrappers from them to put the sandwich on and use a brown tray with a placemat from there as a cake board...that would look so great!

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lovervenus Posted 14 Jan 2013 , 6:51pm
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This is such great idea's that I sure could use. I will post a picture after I get done. Thanks for you help!!!!

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lovervenus Posted 14 Jan 2013 , 6:52pm
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I am going to run by my McDonald's and see if I can get one of the papers. I had not thought about that so great idea and Thank you for you help!!!! I love all the great idea's everyone has come up with that is why I love Cake Central

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