Topped with cute baby faces, these whoopie pies know how to keep a secret. Wrapped with Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant, the pink or blue tinted filling is hidden just until guests take a bite that reveals baby?s gender for all to see!
Make whoopie pies following recipe directions. Cool.
Make filling following recipe directions. Tint a portion of filling blue (or pink) for baby reveal color. Using tip 2A pipe a circle of tinted filling in center of pie. Using tip 2A, pipe a ring of white filling around center color to conceal. Sandwich whoopie pies.
Roll out white fondant 1/8 in. thick. Cut into strips 10 in. long x 1 in. wide. Youwill need one for each whoopie pie. Wrap around edge of whoopie pie.
Roll out pink and blue fondant to less than 1/8 in. thick. Cut into strips 1/4 in. wide x 1 in. long. Attach to edges of white fondant strip using a damp brush, 1/4 in. apart, alternating colors.
Make baby faces: Tint 1 1/2 oz. fondant light creamy peach (for 3 faces; reserve a tiny portion of fondant for ears). Divide into three and flatten each into an oval about 1 3/4 in. long x 1 1/2 in. wide. Mold button ears; attach with damp brush. Using black edible color marker, draw eyes and mouth. Let dry. Mold a small round pacifier using green fondant; add a handle using yellow fondant. Attach with damp brush. Roll a string of yellow fondant and form into a hair curl; attach with damp brush.
Surprise baby shower guests with this Cuddle Buddy Baby Shower Cake. Great for gender-neutral showers, this baby cake combines a variety of pastel colors, making it great for little boys and girls alike. Want to do a gender reveal cake? Tint the cake batter or add a tinted icing filling. Topped with a sweet buttercream teddy bear, this cake is just as sweet as the new life it’s celebrating!