This is another one of my “it’s not a recipe” recipes. Because it’s not, it’s assembly instructions on how to assemble these cute little party desserts. I made these for the Forth, a huge hit with with the under 5 set, and small enough to be the perfect size for little fingers. The only thing [...]
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I have this friend named Aurthur, he just turned 8. And because he is so awesome, he deserved a really awesome cake. But cakes take forever. Hours longer than anyone who hasn’t attempted novelty cake making really understands. I don’t really have the 18 plus hours that a really awesome cake takes. But [...]
I have a confession to make. I stole this idea from my friend Tori. She is the genius behind The Shiksa In The Kitchen. And if you watch the morning news, anywhere in America, there is a chance she cooked up something special on your TV. She is a big hit in New York and [...]
How to make your own chocolate mold using just brown sugar, and a giveaway of SprinkleBakes cookbook!
I like to play with my food. For some reason, it makes me less hungry. When I got these little suckers from a vendor at work, I had no interest in eating them. But I did want to play with them. Maybe it’s a commentary on how much food we waste in America, or maybe [...]
Chocolate Strawberry Footballs for Super Bowl or Playoff Parties.
I guess HATE is too strong, but I don’t like Santa. Except maybe this Santa. He’s awesome: (Photo taken by my brother-in-law, and Hawks fan, Austin Metz) It all started years ago when I was working at a group home with teenage foster and probation kids in South Central Los Angeles. I know, the white [...]
Edible Thanksgiving crafts! Tater really isn’t old enough yet for this (but that kid will be tortured with many holiday crafts in her life, once she is old enough) but this is perfect for kids who are a little older. And an excellent way to use up that left over Halloween candy. They only take [...]
Somehow, over the past half a decade, the iconic symbol of rebellion, mayhem and destruction has morph itself into an adorable emblem of girly fun. I’m not sure who does PR for the Skull, but BRAVO! This cultural make-over surpasses even Mark Wahlbergs move from the Funky Bunch to Oscar Nominee. My current cake creation was [...]