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We understand the yearbook has been important to many Wilton fans and have heard how so many of you learned to decorate from the pages of the Wilton yearbook. We’ve heard touching stories about children selecting their birthday cakes from the pages each year and anxiously awaiting the release of the new edition.
Next weekend is one of my favorite holidays: July 4th! There’s nothing better than spending the day outdoors, grilling with family and friends, watching fireworks and celebrating our freedom.
Hi! My name is Lynlee Beckett, creator of Lynlees.com and author of Sweet & Unique Cupcake Toppers. I am thrilled to be back on the Wilton blog sharing another fondant tutorial! Last summer, I shared how to make hot dog and hamburger fondant toppers.
I recently threw a Patisserie Baking party for my daughter’s birthday where the little bakers were invited to decorate their own cupcakes and cookies utilizing a plethora of Wilton baking and decorating products! In addition to the decorating activity, guests were able to browse through the French patisserie we brought to life, including these sweet and fancy Parisian Patisserie cupcakes! Follow the step-by-step tutorial to create fondant toppers of your own that will have your guests saying, “Ooh la la”!
Strawberries are a summertime staple. They’re delicious on their own, but can also be paired with other flavors in all kinds of recipes.
S’mores are more than just a classic campfire treat. The combination of marshmallow, chocolate and graham cracker flavors can be captured in so many different desserts. I know every time I see something s’mores-related, I just have to try it!
Everyone will be bringing something to the 4th of July picnic, but you can bring the grand finale. Each of these tasty sweet treats captures the flair of the 4th without the fuss. In just a little time, you can add patriotic color and fun flavor to classics like cupcakes, ice cream cones and cookies.
Need some DIY inspiration for a gift for dear old dad? Rosanna Pansino’s latest video is full of fun ideas.
The word “granita” sounds like a mighty fancy treat, but it’s really just a semi-frozen dessert made from water, sugar, fruit and other flavors. As we move further into summer and temperatures begin to rise, an icy granita is the perfect way to cool down.
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